"Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (DBZ: BL) is the latest in a long line of fighting games to be spawned from the famous TV show. Previous entries in the series have generally been solid fighting games, although they have never been able to compete with the big names such as Tekken and Virtua Fighter. Atari is hoping that this will all change with the debut of the first Dragon Ball game on the Xbox 360. So how does it stack up?
To jump straight into the action, DBZ: BL is fast. Really fast. This isn't one of those slow paced fighting games where the fighters dance around each other and rarely connect with moves. In DBZ: BL, most fights are over within 90 seconds, which is really saying something considering the fact that the fighters have multiple health bars. However, just because it is fast, don't think that this is a button-masher. In fact, it is quite the opposite. Whilst button mashing will get you through a couple of the easy fights, in order to excel at this game you need to be able to plan your moves and execute them with swift authority. Thankfully this is incredibly do-able, thanks to a great control system."
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