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The game is pretty fun the first time you pick up the wiimote. You can even use a gamecube control if you don't like the wiimote. To do certain attacks you must follow the yellow cursor on the screen, it gets to be pretty easy after a while.
The story is the same and there are many more new characters to unlock with fusion. You might think that you will get tired after a while with the game, but you can't resist playing. It is a great game to play with one of your friends and all its added bonuses will keep you playing.
The game is 60 hours long, pretty good for a fighting game. Overall this is a must have game for DBZ fans and for people wanting to try a good fighting game.
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