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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 takes the lightning fast fighting, flying and action that made its predecessor, DBZ Budokai Tenkaichi 2, last years #1 fighting game and takes it to a whole new level with exciting new features. For the first time in Dragon Ball Z history, the Wii platform will feature online gameplay, connecting DBZ fans around the country. Meanwhile the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system version of DBZ: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 will be the final installment of Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi series on this platform.
ESRB Rating: T (Teen)
Game Genre: Fighting
Maximum Number of Players: 2
Product Title: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
Power Score: 4.0 | 7 Reviews
Simultaneous Multiplayer Mode: Yes
Release Date: 2007-11-16
Network Compatible: No
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Parent Retsku: B001EYUPVA
Product Reviews (7)
Dragon Ball Z game with the biggest character rosters
Strengths: Good cel-shading graphics. One of the greatest character selection.
Weakness: Same old annoying button combination super attacks. Should give option for players to choose voice overs.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is the last installment of the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai line. And it does not go out without a big bang. The game features same cel-shading graphics for characters and the surrounding environment that are seen in the previous installments, but the developer seems to have improve slightly more with each game. This game is no exception, with the special effects...
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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is the last installment of the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai line. And it does not go out without a big bang. The game features same cel-shading graphics for characters and the surrounding environment that are seen in the previous installments, but the developer seems to have improve slightly more with each game. This game is no exception, with the special effects blended seamlessly with the cel-shading graphics, it makes everything looks good. The game features one of the greatest character rosters ever available for Dragon Ball Z games. There are over 150 characters available for players to choose from, including some gigantic characters. The fighting systems are pretty much the same from the previous installments.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 inherits the same old annoying button combination super attacks that have been in existence since the second Dragon Ball Z: Budokai game. While it might not be hard to do, but once a button is missed, the rest of the attack gone to mush. They also should have give the players option to choose whether to use the English voice over or the original Japanese voice over, since some preferred one over the other.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is pretty much the same as the previous installments, except with greater character rosters. Overall, it is a fun game but might seem repetitive to those that played the previous games. But it is a must play for Dragon Ball Z fans who want to see their favorite characters in the game.
By drakula - Oct 29, 2008
More DBZ than you can shake a stick at
Strengths: Insane number of characters Great cell shaded graphics
Weakness: A lot of characters are either nearly pallet swaps, or broken and unusable
If you like fighting games and DBZ, go pick this up. Unlike the newest DBZ fighter (on PS3 and 360), this game has pretty much any character in DBZ you could ever want, and many you probably wouldn't. The fighting system isn't as deep as most "serious" fighters, but if you are ok with button mashing, flashy, and fun gameplay, give it a shot.
By zmonkay - Sep 19, 2008
Fun fighting game
Strengths: A LOT of playable characters.
Weakness: It's yet another fighting game.
I bought this for my nephew who is a big fan of the Dragonball Z anime series & fighting games. I am neither a fan of anime nor a fan of fighting games (at least not anymore, though I remember Mortal Kombat on the SNES fondly), so this review is likely a bit harsher than it might be if I actually liked this games. Anyway - it's another relatively boring fighting game, with the same old tired...
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I bought this for my nephew who is a big fan of the Dragonball Z anime series & fighting games. I am neither a fan of anime nor a fan of fighting games (at least not anymore, though I remember Mortal Kombat on the SNES fondly), so this review is likely a bit harsher than it might be if I actually liked this games. Anyway - it's another relatively boring fighting game, with the same old tired moves, the same old tired 'special moves', etcetera etcetera. One thing I found rather annoying was that at many points, multiple characters will be narrating the storyline, which I found difficult to follow (being unfamiliar with the series didn't help).
That said, there are lots and lots of playable characters, which provides at least some variety to gameplay. The graphics are pretty good, and the music isn't half bad. My young nephew really likes it, & I don't mind playing it with him (even if he scoffs at the graphics of Mortal Kombat on the SNES, haha). The bottom line is that if you like fighting games & Dragonball Z, you'll undoubtedly like this title. If not, well, maybe you can at least enjoy playing it with someone who does?
By gigantopithecus - May 11, 2008
DBZ BT 3
Strengths: BRILLIANT FIGHTING
IT IS A BRILLIANT GAME MOST FABOULOS GAME EVER FOR ALL WHO LOVE DBZ GAMES...
IT IS PERFECTLY BRILLIANT THE BEST ACTION GAME EVER...
BRILLIANT FOR THOSE WHO LOVE FIGHTING GAMES
By anonymous; - Dec 4, 2007
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
Most legendary fighting games have arcade roots. Dragon Ball Z, however, didn’t make a splash in North America till arcade games were being thrown out the window. Hence, when it came time for TOEI and Funimation to turn their biggest property into a fighting franchise, they looked to the most successful console of that generation – PlayStation 2. Several years and several sequels later, the...
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By GameZone - Dec 21, 2007