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1.67 stars 1.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 3 releases and 0 DLC
Goku is white, and goes to High School. A lot of people have fond memories of Dragon Ball from their childhood. Many people were excited about finally getting a live action movie based on it, and this game just made the deal sound a little sweeter. I mean, come on, movie games are awesome, right!? This game (and it's movie counterpart) try to play off of nostalgia. The problem is that this game will kill all of your childhood memories and leave you haunted with nightmares of a wasted c...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
If you know Namek’s have antennae, then fall into a temporary amnesia to maximize your enjoyment of the movie. You can forget Goku’s personality, Dragonball lore, and characters like Krillin, Tien Shinhan, Oolong, and many others. Ben Ramsey, who wrote the film adaption, (and paid $500,000 for his work) portrays Goku as an eighteen year old, sexually frustrated boy. It is quite the departure from the innocent and humble Goku in the animated series. The plot line can be outlined in one sentence:...0 out of 3 found this review helpful.
I have, in the past, praised the first DragonBall game for PSP, Shin Budokai. Although DB Evolution uses the same engine, it feels like it's been dialed back a lot. Due to the fact that it's based directly on the film, the cast has been reduced enormously. No in-game transformations, no movie-esque versions of characters from the anime making guest appearances, and no chance of some of the more minor characters from the film making an appearance. I would have at least liked to have seen Ernie Hu...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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