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Bill Townsley Bill Townsley ... Guldo (voice)
Brice Armstrong ... Captain Ginyu (voice)
Christopher Sabat ... Vegeta / Piccolo / Yamcha (voice)
Chuck Huber Chuck Huber ... Android 17 (voice)
Dameon Clarke ... Cell / Cell Jr. (voice)
Duncan Brannan ... Red Ribbon Army (voice)
Eric Vale ... Trunks (voice)
John Burgmeier ... Tien / Saibaman (voice)
Justin Cook ... Buu (voice)
Kent Williams ... Dr. Gero (voice)
Kyle Hebert ... Gohan / Narrator (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Dende (voice)
Linda Young ... Frieza (voice)
Meredith McCoy ... Android 18 (voice)
Mike McFarland ... Master Roshi (voice)
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With the entertaining installments of Budokai, you'd think the DBZ blokes were half in the bag & too drunk to see clearly when they approved this lemon. Think of it as a giant step backwards in playability, enjoyability, and generally contributing to those little moments of your life you'll never get back, like intense contemplation of your navel while baked on weed, only less redeeming. The interface is clunky, hit detection is wonky, it has all of the beating-my-nose-with-a-ball-peen-hammer charm of Resident evil's off screen threat woes. I really couldn't stand it long enough to see if it ever got better. Self abuse is something I've never been courageous enough to endure.

Avoid this like the second Highlander film. Just pretend it doesn't exist & maybe it'll go away...


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