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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2

Released on 30 March 2007

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (15 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Condition: Used - Good

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Comment: Genuine UK stock, complete with manual. Some marks to top of disc but tested and works fine.

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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 strays from the conventional fighting game format in favour of a third-person perspective and more-free-roaming action with a wealth of playable characters all but ensures that this game will get its hooks into fans eager to fight as their favorite Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT characters!
  • Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to recreate character super-moves.
  • 6 new characters over the PS2 version.
  • Over 100 DBZ warriors, including many that have never been seen before in a video game.
  • In-game transformations players can trigger in real-time.
  • Team up with up to two other Z-Warriors to complete exciting missions ripped right from the TV show.
  • Post customizable character codes to the Internet.
  • Nine different game modes, including single and multiplayer battles.
  • Mini-games and tag-team fighting.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (15 reviews)

 Brilliant adaptaion

| | See all Dragonfist69's reviews (19)

Some of you might know this was on the playstaion first i belive i brought it and knowing all dragonball z games were good but it wasnt i absoultly hated it so i returned it the next day.

But on the wii with the diffrent controls and gameplay it seemed a whole lot better it does take it a while to get the hang of so make sure you do the training.

The story line can be a bit off if you didnt watch the series however, it's hundreds of charcters really do make it fun and even after you have finshed the story there are still things to do which give it a big life span.

I gave this a 4 out of 5 just because at times its a little fustrating and goku (the main charcter) talks a lot before picking your level.

 What a game!

| | See all prsbcrich's reviews (3)

This game is the best fighting game I have ever played, simply because it is so unique. If you were a DBZ fan, or still are, this game is an essential purchase. The fun of actually performing a Kamehameha never runs out! Albeit the controls take a while to get used to, but once you do the game is immense fun. There is alot to do, this game will last you a long time, at least until DBZ Budokai Tenkaichi 3 comes out!
Definately buy this game. 5 stars!

 The best fighter on the wii

| | See all jiriaya's reviews (21)

This may not be the best fighting game ever when you compare it to tekken or D.O.A but if your a fan of dragonballZ like me you will love this game and id recomend it to anyone who has a wii ok the controles are hard at first but go on training mode and you will get used to it ther is a huge amount of characters to unlock each has all ther transformations and moves and the game is very long going through every dragonballz saga but if you have seen the tv series then you will notice that some of the story is wrong

 Complete Satisfaction

| | See all Simonquinn's reviews (8)

This game is the most used in my Wii, the gameplay is amazing and the controls are difficult at first but once you get the hang of it (which isn't long because the instructions are very clearly thought out), the lasting appeal of this game is immense as it will take you a while, depending on your skill level, to complete the main story mode of the game, it will then take you a few more hours to figure out and unlock the hidden story mode stages (depending on if you cheat or not) and then you have got the Ultimate Battle Z and Dragon Tournament modes to clear which will take you a while.
Plus with 150+ Characters to unlock and chose from you will hardly want to put the game down.
Finally the last advantage is the use of both Wiimote and Nunchuck combination or the use of a Gamecube controller or a Virtual Console Controller so if you miss the good old button bashing you can play with one of them.
Only disadvantage I can pick out is that there is no online play but besides that Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 2 is one of the best games on the Wii so far.

 Godd Game, but long

| | See all delphandalph's reviews (30)

This game is the first dragon ball z game i have ever played. When i first got it i wanted to return it but after i finished the first scenario i didn't want to stop playing. Igot this about 2 months ago and i am only 60% trough it is hard at some points but your usually able to beat it

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Rating12+ (PEGI)