Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.4/10

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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 Reviews

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Defunct Games 60% Dec 26 '06
GameDaily 7/10 Nov 10 '06
GameLemon 7.7/10 Jan 22 '07
GamerNode 7.7/10 Nov 13 '06
Gamers hell 6.5/10 Jan 24 '07
GameSpot 6.5/10 Dec 06 '06
Gamespy 3.5/5 Nov 22 '06
PALGN 8/10 Dec 24 '06
Game Chronicles Magazine 9.6/10 Nov 26 '06
IGN PS2 8.3/10 Nov 21 '06
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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 Previews

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1UP May 04 '06
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"A lovingly crafted bit of DBZ fan service that's more about giving Dragon Ball disciples everything they could ever want than crafting a deep, serious fighter."
"The sequel to last year's Tenkaichi will have 100 playable characters as well as story and tournament modes. "
"We'd hinted at it a few days ago, but Atari has made it official: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 is headed to the PlayStation 2. That's right DBZ fans, it's time for more Instant Transmissions and over-the-top explosive action. "
"The sheer fact that the game can boast 120 different playable characters is just sick, and while a ton of those are super forms of main characters there’s no denying the sheer depth of the game’s roster. The new five-on-five tag battles are a blast as well, sending epic battles upwards of five minutes long at times (longer if you’re still new at the game), while the training mode alone can take up to an hour to truly master. Simply put, this game is absolutely stuffed with content, and if you dig Dragon Ball it’s a no-brainer. The sheer speed and complexity of the controls may turn some people off, but the general combat will eventually come down to two buttons, making the game amazingly easy to learn, but nearly impossible to fully master."
"There are over 100 characters in the game to unlock, on top of the 20 or so that are available from the get go. These characters cove almost every nook and cranny from the DBZ (and DBGT) universe."