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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

alaTest has collected and analyzed 39 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the gameplay and usability are on the whole positive. The single player gameplay and action are also appreciated, whereas some have doubts about the controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 39 reviews)

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z – Ambitious, But Falls Short Of The Mark

 

While Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z provides a decent set up for DBZ-styled action and knows its audience, it falls short in execution.

The game offers dual audio with both the classic Japanese cast and an English voice cast. As far as I can tell, all the actors for the English dub are from Funimation’s dub of Dragon Ball Z Kai.

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Bravely Default

 

Western JRPG fans have been waiting to get their hands on Bravely Default ever since it released in Japan in 2012. That wait has brought with it a few extra perks, as Silicon Studio used the past year to smooth out some of the original shortcomings....

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z [PlayStation Network]

 

Namco Bandai's long-running, manga-inspired fighting series returns with an emphasis on team battles and multiplayer action in Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z. Gamers can take on four-player co-op action or eight-player Battle Royale matches, using a mix of gr

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Review

 

Battle of Z is not the Dragon Ball Z game the fans want or deserve.

There are several game mechanics that could have lent a helping hand to the waning game, if only they were utilized properly. Most notably the team focus that’s woven into the game. On each outing, you will be able to select other Z fighters to aid in...

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

 

With more characters than you can shake a stick at, does this team-based brawler buck the trend, or Spirit..

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z review

 

Good ideas are let down by poor implementation.

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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Review: Goku and chums pack a punch

 

The anime series Dragon Ball Z has been around since 1989 spawning multiple games on multiple systems over the years. While the majority of these titles have mainly followed the main series and have been one-on-one fighters, there have been a few games...

Interesting take on the main Dragon Ball Z lore ; The extensive character line-up ; The four-player co-op campaign

The lack of offline co-op and versus ; Some minor camera issues ; Visuals aren't quite as polished as they could have been

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z packs quite the punch, offering an interesting take on the franchise lore with an extensive character line-up and a great co-op campaign.

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bought as a gift for my son

 

My son is big fan of Dragon Ball Z. He had been asking for this game for weeks. After I finally bought it, it only took him two days to beat the game.This product has... Family friendly, Like to replayAbout me... parent

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The game is fun with friends

 

The game is fun with friends, but after 15 hours of playing youll would have done everything you couldThis product has... Multiplayer capable, Great online features, Family friendly, Downloadable Content, Like to replay, Appropriate for young kidsAbout...

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An awesome game for DBZ fans

 

Overall awesome game. Would have liked to have a separate tutorial mode that would teach you how to play rather than throw you in and stop the game to tell you basics.

the ability to have 8 people play at once

you get thrown into battle instead of having a training session first

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