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Submitted by arturod 962d ago | review

Review Dragon Ball Z for Kinect | 4News.it

Get down in the shoes of the Saiyans with Kinect.
Xbox 360 version tested.

It was 1984 when Akira Toriyama stunned the world with a manga that after almost thirty years of bullying has entered the hearts of millions of fans around the world: Dragon Ball. We believe it is almost useless to speak words to describe this production has still a considerable crowd of fans in tow.

Over the years there have been obviously transpositions gaming drawn from the work of the famous mangaka, with ups and downs in the overall quality of these games. Those with some experience in the world of video games knows that, unfortunately, many times the Tie-in turn out to be of huge holes in the water. (Dragon Ball Z: For Kinect, Xbox 360) 60/100

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