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2 stars 2/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews spread across 7 releases and 0 DLC
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z butchers the DBZ license. Studios have sought to replicate the spiky-haired heroics of Goku and pals for years, though none have come close, including developer Artdink. Even if the backwards menus, a broken camera, and feeble-minded AI could be excused, the basic controls and defective multiplayer cannot. Battle of Z introduces pathetic four-on-four battles while dumbing down combat to an insulting extent.Half of the controller’s face buttons handle your ascent ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
(I saw that no one else had reviewed this game, so I thought I'd repost my comment on the Bombers' Quick Look for Battle of Z. It's not fantastic, and the context is that I'm replying to overwhelming negativity towards the game, whereas had I written this with solely a review in mind, it would better fit the score. I'd also like to say that I have not finished the game, though I've gone past the credits in the story mode, and played quite a bit of co-op and such. If there are any other questions...2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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