Submitted by combocaster 1039d ago | review

Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

If Dragon Ball franchise is not more squeezed in the world of anime is at least top 3, especially in the world of video games which gives rise to at least one game a year. In fact, 2012 is the first time since 2002 that a new fighting game of this universe does not reach the market and still had time to release a game for the Kinect. While Namco Bandai is promoting Dragon Ball Z for the Kinect as one for casual fans, Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection, an HD version of the PS2 games, the game is facing the most serious fan of Dragon Ball Z. The question is whether this collection is worth or not worth.
Even though the Budokai games are a trilogy on the PS2, this collection includes only Dragon Ball Z Budokai and Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3, so the question remains: Where is Dragon Ball Z Budokai 2? It's an HD collection, and all games have been released on PS2, then it would be expected that he was there. Namco Bandai's official statement on the matter is that Dragon Ball Z Budokai 2 was "more than a fighting game", so it was discarded. Still, it would have been nice to have been included in the package, as the series is to celebrate, no matter if they are very different from each other. While acknowledging the inferiority of the second title is a hole in the collection that did not please me in the slightest. (Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.2/10

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