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Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World

Released on 05 December 2008

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (6 customer reviews) | Write a review

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It's time for one final mighty Kamehameha for the PlayStation 2! Representing the last "Z" title for the PlayStation 2, Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World combines the best elements from the previous Budokai and Shin-Budokai series, as well as the recently released and much-admired next-gen Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit, to deliver the definitive DBZ experience on PlayStation 2.

Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World combines all the best elements of previous Dragon Ball Z: Budokai games, whilst also boasting new features such as "Dragon Missions", new battle types and drama scenes for fans to delve deeper than ever before into the Dragon Ball Z universe.

New "Dragon Missions": Includes many famous scenes from the Dragon Ball Z series never before seen in a videogame. Missions range from time attack in the "Snake Road Mission" alongside other action and racing-style missions.

Spectacular battles: Improved and simplified battle system taken from the recently released next-gen Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit for thrilling hand-to-hand fighting on the ground, or flying leaps and aerial combat in the skies.

    Over 40 unique characters: 40 of your favourite Dragon Ball Z characters are included, not counting the different forms that each character can transform into, multiplying the playing potential.

      Selected drama scenes: Drama scenes have been selected from the previous games, all beautifully presented with refined effects and shading techniques.

      customer Reviews

       Average rating (6 reviews)

       Best DBZ game to date

      | | See all akps321's reviews (1)

      If you like the original budokai series then this is a great upgrade, with more characters than budokai 3, few new ultimate moves, better graphics (from dbz cardass), upgraded battle system (implements some from shin budokai psp) and new cell shaded cut-scenes. Only annoying thing about this game is the mini-games; which i hate other than that a great fighting game.

      If you liked the tenkaichi type gameplay then this game is not for you. Personally tenkaichi is a button basher, has badly modeled character graphics, crappy game mechanics and very bad cut-scenes.

       Excellent end to DBZ on the PS2

      | | See all Jazzza's reviews (3)

      This game builds on all of the best parts of the budokai series. the story mode is less detailed, and isnt the free roam world, its the board game style, but to be honest it cuts alot of wasted hours, spent flying over ever part of the map to unlock items or find things. the story mode also covers GT, so it makes up for the lack of detail, as most people who by this game are DBZ fans anyway and have played the other DBZ games, after your 30th time through the story you dont mind the lower amount of detail.

      the fighting is 2D style like the budokai series, there are some minor alterations to the fighting, some new characters, new moves, and no hyper mode therefore no dragon rush.(thank god!)

      id agree this is the best parts of the budokai series and is a nice end to DBZ for PS2, people who are fans of the budokai tenkaichi, games probably wont like this game.

      this game is simple to learn and play well , but to master it is VERY difficult, so there are many hours of practicing advanced fighting styles for the dedicated gamer, alot less button mashing than tenkaichi.

       A nice end to DBZ

      | | See all jbh114's reviews (3)

      I have played the prievious Budokai and Tenkaichi games and this a great end to the series. It has many of the good elements and superior fighting style of budokai with some tenkaichi elements. The longer story makes up for the loss of free roam; as anyone who played the old games you'll know that the one annoying thing about any of the games is the story is over in a day. this one include the GT saga. Also the bosses on the game are harder then they were previously. One of the small problems with the game is the lack of world tournament.

      However that is really the only real problem, in my mind a fitting end to the DBZ games and a must have for any lover of the DBZ games, especially Budokai lovers because of the familiar battle system.

       Not Bad

      | | See all Danny62's reviews (2)

      When i got this game i already new it was a 2d style fighting but im still not won over by it after playing Tenkaichi 3 this game just doesnt have the fun factor of the Tenkaichi series

       Disappointed - Gone backwards

      | | See all marborg's reviews (2)

      When budokai 2 came out, i thought it was fantastic. The gameplay was good, but i really did not like the boardgame style for the story mode. Unfortunately, infinite world has gone back to that style and i'm not impressed. Instead of going forwards, it seems that they've gone backwards. I loved the budokai tenkaichi games, especially the gameplay. You were so free to be able to move around and do whatever you want and fly around. But now its just two characters in front of each other who have no choice but to just fight. Like street fighter. To me it just seems the creators couldn't really be bothered as this is the last dbz game which will be released on the ps2. This is the only dbz game i've ever been let down by. The story mode is really boring too. Omg no effort whatsoever!

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      RegionPAL: Will play on UK and European Playstation2 only
      Rating12+ (PEGI)