Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 2 Download WII Game


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The only major gripe with the newly expanded Dragon Adventure is that since the story is set in stone, a success condition doesn’t always transition into how the story unfolds. In one of the opening battles, for instance, we fought as Goku trying to defeat Vegeta. The goal was simply to last the length of the battle without dying (as the story has Goku’s friends come to his aid), but we defeated Vegeta instead. Despite kicking the crap out of our competitor, the story cut to Goku defeated. Obviously this is needed for story reasons, but it does make the main story mode feel a bit disconnected. Even still, an entire adventure mode that follows the whole Dragon Ball Z lineage and is pretty impressive, and the battles stay fun throughout.

Since the behind-the-back perspective means multiplayer has to be done via a less-than-ideal split-screen mode, you’ll probably spend most of your time in Tenkaichi 2 playing against the computer, which is predictable and has a weakness to midranged combat. It doesn’t take long to realize that all you need to do is knock your opponent a short distance, launch an energy attack, recharge while your opponent is immobile, and repeat. It’s monotonous, especially since you end up watching the same canned special attack sequences several times over the course of a single fight. One thing that Tenkaichi 2 does address is the stifling difficulty of the original, though the challenge from fight to fight within each difficulty level can be wildly inconsistent. Though the action moves quickly, the controls can feel unwieldy on the PlayStation 2, something that’s even more pronounced when the Wii’s motion controls add a layer of abstraction. Rather than simply pressing buttons, you’ll be shaking the Nunchuk and waving the Wii Remote around to pull off moves. It’s not intuitive, and a lot of the controls are context sensitive not only to your opponent’s position, but to where you have the Wii Remote pointed. The Wii version handles much more easily with the Classic Controller or with a standard GameCube controller, though the Dual Shock 2 still proves to be the best-suited controller for the action.
Combining action, fighting and light role-playing game elements, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 sends players into a rich story mode that spans the entire Dragon Ball, DBZ, and Dragon Ball GT series. The game takes the acrobatic and intense 3D flying and fighting dynamic made popular in…

Performing
the DBZ warriors’ super moves is akin to the style of other Wii launch titles:
you hold the Z button (on the nunchuck) and the B button (underneath the
remote) and wave the remote in various directions. There are a couple
different ways the game reacts to your motions. The first is the cursor, which
appears whenever you have the remote pointed at the screen. It seems out of
place – isn’t this something that belongs in first-person shooters?

But it’s not
for shooting, it’s to gauge the amount of remote-waving that needs to be done
for each move. For example, if they tell you to wave “out to the bottom,” that
means you need to point the remote down until the cursor is no longer on
screen. The word “out” always means that you have to go off screen, and this
action is often followed by a quick return to the screen. What this amounts to
is a lot of directional swinging….

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 offers the complete DBZ mythology from Dragon Ball to Dragon Ball GT with a staggering roster of over 100 DBZ heroes and villains and an expansive story mode that allows players to recreate some of the storied confrontations from the TV show, or all-new showdowns of their own with characters that never actually fought in the animated series.





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