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Dragon Ball: Raging Blast- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews of Dragon Ball: Raging Blast- PS3. The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. People really like the design. The graphics also gets good feedback, but many are critical about the price and controls. There are some mixed reviews about the gameplay.

graphics, design

story, controls, price

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dragon Ball: Raging Blast- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

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Expert review by: Brittany Vincent (

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast


Dragon Ball Z is all about the fisticuffs. It's about staring down your opponent and trash-talking because you have a higher power level when you could be pummeling each other severely. This translates straight into the making of Dragon Ball Z-inspired...

Plenty of scenarios to choose from and battle in ; Lots of characters ; Fan service abounds ; Gorgeous graphics ; Dub actors reprise their roles

Massive camera issues ; Controls unresponsive quite often ; Can finish the main quests rather quickly

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast is no doubt the best entry into the series so far, despite its technical shortcomings and frustrating issues. I enjoyed playing it far more than previous games in the series, and for that I believe it deserves to be lauded as...

Feb, 2011

Expert review by: Jason "Gambus Kahn" Gambrel (

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast


You don't have to wait until next week to see how it ends. My first exposure to the world of Dragon Ball Z was in a Jr. High School gym....

Great graphics and art ; Vast depth in gameplay ; Almost unlimited customization ; Completely fan service ; Tons of unlockables

Overly convoluted fighting system ; Insane level of timing ; Fights go on for way too long ; Story presentation is just text ; Music is generic butt-rock

Jan, 2011

Expert review by: Armando Rodriguez (

Dragon Ball Raging Blast (PS3) Review


Raging Blast has excellent production values and is faithful to the series. However, a weak combat system and a troublesome camera keep it as a product that only the hardcore DBZ fan will enjoy.

Dragon Ball Raging Blast feels like a missed opportunity. I think it's about time we forget about the Budokai Tenkaichi series and their horrible viewpoint and camera issues and move into a format that is friendlier. As much as I loved the Dragon...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by: Ben_Card (

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast Review for the PS3


Buncha' dudes… some balls… camera issues… there's gotta be a joke in there somewhere.

Great-looking landscapes...; Functional online

with a broken camera; Did mention the camera?; Using 'z' instead of 's' is what suburban soccer moms do to sound cool

Dec, 2009

Expert review by: Ashe Collins (

Review: Dragon Ball Raging Blast (Sony PS3)


Overall the Dragon Battle Collection was by far my favorite portion of what's available to play. Being able to play the villains in the main story line and wipe the floor with both Krillian and Goku had me chuckling away. Dragon Battle Collection...

Dragon Ball Z based fighting games, Dragon Ball Raging Blast has some nice elements to it that long-time and casual fans will love. The fighting system is a bit on the simple side, but works quite well here, and the sheer amount of play options will...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by: Alan (

Dragon Ball Raging Blast


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Dragon Ball: Raging Blast - Playstation 3 (PS3) Reviews - The Armchair Empire


has done an spectacular job in recreating the atmosphere and cinematic moments but at the expense of the gameplay. The battle areas are designed to look massive in scale – they aren't… especially when you find one of the clear walls to limit the size....

Exceptional cel-shading; Incredibly easy to lose perception on opponent; Characters become interchangeable; Fight system degrades down to who can counter more successfully

Incredibly easy to lose perception on opponent; Characters become interchangeable; Fight system degrades down to who can counter more successfully

Expert review by: Justin Arruda (ThrillerKnight) (

DragonBall: Raging Blast


My first experience with the Dragon Ball franchise was an NES game called Dragon Power. At the time, I had no idea what Dragon Ball was or what kind of game I was in for. My decision process was as follows, “That cover looks cool. I want it.” ...

Captures the look of the Anime ; Story mode forces you to try various characters ; Lots to unlock

Controls are overly complicated ; Unbalanced fighters ; Camera will break often ; Bad script/voiceover

With titles like Street Fighter 4, BlazBlue and Tekken 6, 2009 saw a renaissance for the fighter genre. The things these titles have in common is that anyone can pick it up and enjoy it, while serious players explore every nuance in the design. I...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by: Ian Dransfield (

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast (PS3) review


All filler, no thriller. And a bit more filler...

There just is no point in Raging Blast existing, aside from to cash-in on the Dragon Ball licence. All work has gone into presentation, while the game itself has been ignored, leaving a shonky mess in its wake.

Nov, 2009

Expert review by: Mark (

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast Review


The global smash animated series gets another video game outing.

Pretty good presentation ; A good try at something unique ; Story mode offers pretty good depth

Poor camera and controls ; Everything is too over the top ; Combat is pretty shallow ; Does not offer enough to be considered value for money

It seems that the Dragon Ball franchise is the perfect one to release annual games and with the latest offering one feels that this is a cash in on the name.