It would appear the EA Sports bug has bitten Spike, the developers behind the DragonBall Z Tenkaichi series. You know the deal; same game as last year repackaged with minor revisions to justify buying the title all over again. Tenkaichi 2 was a great introduction for the DBZ series for the Wii, bringing with it many of the cool features from the PS2 version (most notably the epic campaign mode) along with the ability to unleash kamehameha blasts by making the actual motions thanks to the Wiimote's motion sensing technology. Cosplay DBZ fans rejoiced. Budokai Tekaichi 3, on the other hand, despite being a more streamlined experience, has sacked many of the cool features that made Tenkaichi 2 an epic game.
UGO gives Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3 an overall rating of B-. Review by Kareem Harper.