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Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 78 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the controls and gameplay. The story and graphics are also appreciated, but there are some negative opinions about the value for money.

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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: Burst Limit (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit: Pure DBZ-Styled Fighting Game

 

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit was the first game released by Atari for the PlayStation 3 platform. The game's popularity graph soared high, courtesy of some excellent graphics, cool animated styles and sound effects. The game is still played by most DBZ...

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Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (PS3) Review

 

How does the latest DBZ fighter handle? Find out in the full review.

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Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit

 

There are almost as many games based around Dragon Ball Z as there are actual episodes of the show. It's hard to mine any more material out of a show that has been out of production for over a decade. Some of the titles have accomplished this by going...

Controls are easy to pick up ; Removed the heavier elements of storytelling to something that feels much more at home in a game

Much of the replay value relies on harder difficulties, instead of more modes ; Online doesn't work as well as expected

Burst Limit is a much stronger entry in the series than the last few outings. A patch or two could clear up the lag and matchmaking functions. It's not perfect, but this was a good distraction

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Review: Dragon Ball Z Burst Limit (PS3)

 

Known for outstanding anime action – and unbelievable time dilation effects that turn a five minute battle into three weeks of episodes – Dragon Ball Z has enjoyed a rather tumultuous relationship with video games. The first DBZ games were mere...

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit was released June 2008 (NA) for PS3 and 360. A two-level demo is available on PSN and XBox Live.

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Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit Review (PS3)

 

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is an amazingly detailed translation of the Dragon Ball Z universe into a fighting video game. The graphics, sound effects, voice acting, animated styling and most important, myriad of fighting moves make this a must-get for...

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is a great game that is a must-buy for Dragon Ball Z fans, a safe-buy for avid fighting-game fans and a great rental for fighting game fans. While it won’t be converting any gamers that generally avoid fighting games,...

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Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit

 

A new generation of mystical melee takes flight in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit. Following successive, successful rounds in the fan-favorite DBZ: Budokai fighting game series for the 128-bit generation, Burst Limit raises the graphical resolution and adds o

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Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit

 

Dragon Ball Z first appeared on the scene shortly after the Pokemon madness had subsided. It was based around some sort of card game, but one that never quite took off and the strong point of the franchise has always been the anime series on TV. Now...

At the end of it all, Dragon Ball Z has a solid fighting mechanic behind it. The controls make sense and are responsive. However, I always felt that I was missing out by not being a fan of the show. The game also didn't make me care enough to...

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True to the series...

 

My fiancee bought me this game for my birthday and so far it has been brilliant. I have played the tutorial and up to the Freiza saga and have been blown away! Some parts of the tutorial were tricky but I managed to get it down. Love how you can do...

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I started playing the game and as the minutes went on, my interest in the game depleted. Unfortunately it does not live up to the expectation that many dragon ball z fans like myself had. The game itself for one is too short. The gameplay is repetitive...

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Graphics and no more

 

What a dissapointment! Once again with so many next gen games we seem to have gone backwards , game play is short only covering a couple of sagas , eliminating most of the characters , also making it shorter.

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