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SBG Review | Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi: Saiyan, but not super

The appeal of fighting games is easy to see: formulate a better strategy than your opponent in single combat to win bragging rights, continued play, or the ability to advance the story. Fighters with simplified controls can still be fun (e.g., Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. series), but they need a sense of fairness and reward to keep the player motivated.

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Neko_Mega2157d ago

The biggest things that make this game blow is it is limited.

You are limit to what attacks you can do at set range, list of characters is smaller then PS2's and the create a character is pretty limit on what you can make and what they can do.