Ultimately, Dragonball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3 will be of most interest to those who love the TV series. It's not for everyone, that's for sure. Is it worth forking out £35 if you've got the last game? Probably not, since Spike hasn't added much to the mix, and, some would say, has nerfed the Dragon History mode.
But if you've never played a Dragonball Z game before and like the show, or don't watch the show and just fancy a decent fighting game on the Wii (and don't mind continuous J-Rock riffs and Saturday afternoon cartoon dialogue), Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is a good choice. The problems playing online are a major let down, and, for Videogamer, prevent the game from getting an eight. Ignore that, and, somewhat surprisingly, you've got one of the Wii's most fun fighting games.