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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 841d ago | review

DragonBall Z Budokai HD Collection Review | GameFocus

GameFocus writes:

"The Dragon Ball series has been one of the most popular animes for the 80’s and 90’s kids. Bunch of superhuman beings with powers that can destroy whole planets...what’s not to love? Well, naturally, a video game adaptation took place back when the Gamecube and PS2 were going strong, and is arguably one of the best fighting games of its generation. Dragon Ball Z Budokai Collection HD takes the ever-so-popular Dragon Ball Z Budokai 1 & 3 and gives it the HD treatment with ‘stunning’ 1080p graphics and fun action in today’s heavily equipped game lineup. However, does reviving a 10-year old game really benefit us today?" (Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.5/10

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