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Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai -- Another Road (PSP)

Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai -- Another Road (PSP)
alaScore 74

10 reviews

Oct, 2014

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Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai - Another Road (PSP)

 

Another Road is essentially just a remixed version of the original Shin Budokai, offering very little in the way of new content.

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Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai -- Another Road

 

Kamehame-here we go again. Goku and his DBZ buddies return in a very familiar-feeling fighting game.

Solid fighting engine; involved Another Road mode; plenty of voice acting adds to the DBZ feel

No online mode; it feels more like an expansion than a sequel; long load times

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Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai -- Another Road

 

Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai -- Another Road introduces players to the tale of Trunk's rise to power as they adventure through the single-player story mode. To break up the gameplay,

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Good Game

 

Son loved the game, he wanted it becuase he saw a friend at school playing it, was supper cheap so I got it for him, he been playing it TO MUCH.

Price, game was cheap

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take dragon ball z to a whole new level!

 

it takes the story line of dragon ball z and gives it a street fighter twist. it shows the strength of each different character.

Fun To Play, Graphics, Good Value

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Done already, but still good

 

Okay, this is probably best described as a rehash of budokai and tenkaichi, but people don't play certain games for unique gameplay, they do it for familiar characters they love. For instance, I'm a big fan of Trunks. In middle school, I didn't know...

Fun To Play, Graphics, Good Value

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Save On Greens Fees, Play In The Clubhouse - Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee

 

Hot Shots Golf is one of those rare kinds of games that transcends its genre. While many golf fans appreciate the deceptively realistic and strategic gameplay, non-fans enjoy the laid-back, silly atmosphere (compared to the stereotype of golfers being ...

Look ma, barely any load times

Only 6 courses is kind of a downer

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Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee - Who Said They're Open? Gotta Unlock Them First

 

Golf may not be the most exciting sport. Golf may not be the most popular sport. I don’t even play golf. But I can’t deny the fact that some golf games can be plain fun to play, and one of these is Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee for the PlayStation ...

simple yet fun gameplay, tons of customization features, solid control scheme

more courses would have been nice, unlocking features takes forever, lack of online mode

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Hot Shots is Hot Stuff!

 

Intro: Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee is a campy version of a real golf game. While clubs are selected for each shot the user has some latitude over changing them. Successive victories unlock items ranging from practical (new clubs) to the wildly random ...

Gorgeous settings, challenging courses

If you're not familiar with the actual game of golf you might have issues