GameTap writes: "Dragon Ball Z has some major mojo working for it. The cast of characters is so gigantic and the storylines, which hop around through mash-ups of the original Japanese manga through anime, cartoon shows, and video games, are so intertwined that following them without proper guidance can cause your head to implode. But drift anywhere near its substantial orbit and somehow Akira Toriyama's tale of the martial arts war between aliens and humans is likely to suck you in.
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is the latest video game incarnation of the story coming to the PS3 and the Xbox 360 in June. In many ways, it marks a return of sorts to the roots of the original DBZ tales. Burst Limit is being created by Dimps, which arguably solidified DBZ's fighting game style with the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai series for the PS2. In story mode, it covers the DBZ tale from the Saiyan saga to the Cell saga, which for Dragon Ball rookies means characters (yup, all the Z Fighters, DBZ fans) and locations from the series' beginning to just prior to its ending will be on hand. Dimps is going the extra mile for fans, too, by using all the original U.S. and Japanese voice actors from the TV show and the anime."