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Dragon Ball: Raging Blast

Released on 13 November 2009

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (4 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Experience the fast and powerful fighting style of the popular Dragon Ball Z series in a brand new game for Xbox 360! Dragon Ball: Raging Blast features over 70 playable characters, including transformations, and allows you to relive epic battles from the series or experience alternate moments not included in the original anime and manga. With stunning 3D graphics, powerful and customisable Super Attacks, online gameplay and large-scale, destructible environments that allow you to fully experience the devastation of your attacks, Dragon Ball: Raging Blast is set to deliver more explosive fighting action than ever seen before!

Based on the popular Dragon Ball Z series: Relive pivotal moments from the Dragon Ball Z series with more than 100 epic battles or experience alternate moments not included in the original series!

Fight as all of your favourite characters: Including transformations, battle as more than 70 playable characters including Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, Krillin, Vegeta, Frieza, Android 16, Cell and Broly.

    Massive worlds with destructible environments: Feel the destructive power of your attacks as you alter any of the 10 large-scale battlefields. Smash your opponent to bits or inflict massive damage by embedding them into mountains, buildings and debris!

      Multiple modes of play: Hone your techniques in the Dojo and then put them to the test in either the Dragon Battle Collection or Super Battle Trial single-player modes. Ready to face-off against friends? Challenge them in a variety of offline or online multiplayer modes, including Versus and the World Tournament Online!

        Powerful and customisable attacks: Live the Dragon Ball Z experience with signature moves and Super Attacks, including the all-new "Super Rising" move. During team battles, characters fight together, freely switching between members and assisting one another with support actions. You can also improve your characters' abilities through item and Super Attack customisation, equipping them with your favourite moves to match your fighting style.

          Anime-inspired HD graphics: The hit franchise comes to life! The Xbox 360 delivers high quality cel-shaded graphics in stunning HD and include impressive visuals such as GlowFX and Radial Blur.

            Unlockable content: Earn D-Points to unlock new abilities and items!

            customer Reviews

             Average rating (4 reviews)

             Demo Impresssions

            | | See all JoeyThorn's reviews (11)

            From playing the demo on xbl i can say that this is going to be a very fun game.

            The gameplay is fast, flowing and compelling.

            The graphics are better than the original anime.

            The controls take a little bit of getting used to and aren't intuitive at first, but they are very accessible when you get to grips with them.

            This game is a sequal to the successful tenkaichi games on the ps2 and wii and is an improvement over them in terms of quality of presentation and the flow of combat.

            The demo promises great things, let's hope the game delivers.

             hhmmm let me see

            | | See all D3an092OMEN's reviews (1)

            5 star game no questions asked everything is there the story, the moves and main characters. since playing on the last two tenkaichi games on ps2 i have realy come to love these games especialy this one. not to fond on the budoki games but this raises the bar way up high and has proven to be the best made so for. one tiny tiny aspect which could be changed is the amount of characters (im not complaining just suggesting) tenkaichi 3 has around 140 or something close to and burst limit went to like 20 which is quite apaling and now back up to 70 however this could meen some dlc is in store for us DBZ fan huraaaaaa n thanks for reading.

             overal great game

            | | See all blanchman's reviews (22)

            Thankfully the game is back to it's budokai roots. The graphics are the best on a dragon ball game and the what if scenario's are good. Online play is really good too. But iv'e played every dragon ball game and maybe the storyline is getting a bit repeitive. and one or two of the camera angles are terrible. But overal its a great game and if you like dragon ball games it's a must buy!

             A Dragonball Game EPIC

            | | See all ShadowX's reviews (7)

            The game is a massive improvement from Burst Limit, this one give you an actual feel for the fights, like the tenkaichi series on PS2 now its made the leap to 360 aswell and it is EPIC, granted you can't say much for the story as they are just the same old stuff with Vegeta the Frieza then Androids etc but the way its pulled off is EPIC the attacks all feel like an actual dragonball fight and the What-If stories will make you wanting more, advice for the developerws would be to leave the dragonball games now everyone knows how it goes and there isn't much more to improve on, instead develop more what-if fights in co-operation with Toriyama, stories like Bardock vs Goku in other world and Broly Killing Frieza before Goku out of lust for power etc and make the DLC.
            Overall its and EPIC game hardly any flaws controls are easy, fights are a little difficult at times when your opponant has like 20 time more health than you but that is easily overcome, Story well if you've seen dragonball you'll know how it goes. Music, if you dont like it stick your own on, it won't make much difference as you can stick subtitles on if you really wanna hear the dialogue

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            Rating12+ (PEGI)