Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 takes the series' acrobatic and intense 3D combination of flying and fighting to a whole new level of nail-biting excitement, with over 100 playable characters, 15 vast and vibrant 3D destructible environments, and nine different game modes, including single and multiplayer battles allowing players to do battle with friends. In addition, the European game boasts six extra new characters and a new battle arena not present in the previously released US version.
The innovative Nunchuk controller is perfectly suited to Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 and the game's frenetic fighting action, allowing gamers to get physical, mimicking the characters' moves to pull off devastating attacks and combos.
In addition to the unprecedented number of characters, wide selection of massive 3D destructible environments and abundance of game modes, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 features in-game transformations, which players can trigger in real-time, making battles even more dramatic and exciting than ever before. Using the Nunchuk, players will be able to mimic signature moves as they are performed in the Dragon Ball Z animated series, such as Goku's Kamehameha, moving both hands to execute this devastating energy attack.
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Face 2 Face: This game is one of my favorite for the Wii. You start of with the usual bunch of characters. Goku, Gohan,... read more
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Joel: The game is pretty fun the first time you pick up the wiimote. You can even use a gamecube control if you... read more
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