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Well the game is basically budokai 3 with more characters, a harder AI
and cutscenes (I think those were from the first budokai but improved
with cel-shading technology)...But still, this game can be an
entertaining standalone, if you look at its pros.
There are now many enjoyable mini-games which can appeal to the fans,
like Goku running everywhere in the forest searching for Gohan and
reaching checkpoints, or Goku running on the snake way, or even
catching the lovable ape, Bubbles from the famous show.
The only Con I find in this game (which for newcomers, can get a bit
frustrating and even overshadow it's pros) is the harder AI. I mean
seriously Atari, "very easy" and I had to fight Omega Shenron like 50
times to beat him!?...I know you can do better than that Atari.
Overall, the last Dragonball Z for the Ps2 is a good addition to the
best-selling franchise and can even be enjoyed by those who are used to
button mashing and making combos.
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