The first Dragon Ball Z game to release on the Xbox 360 and boy does it deliver. Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit comes with exceptional graphics and a fluid fighting mechanic. The characters are so detailed that you can almost see Goku’s nose hairs. Both the environments and cut scenes look like they’ve just come out of the anime. The creators really took the advantage of having a faster and more powerful console to work with. It really shows too, the difference between a Xbox Classic game and Xbox 360 is almost night and day. The game incorporates in-fight cut scenes, which is very reminiscent of the anime and manga series.
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit provides easy to learn friendly controls, so anyone can jump straight in and start playing. One of the best fighting mechanics at the time of its release, this game did well to stand out. If you are familiar with the Dragon Ball Z Budokai series then you will be familiar with the controls. Similar to previous DBZ video games, the game follows the series from the Saiyan saga to the Cell saga. A couple of surprise ‘What If?’ scenarios included in this game, but we won’t ruin the surprise for you. We will however give you a hint, one relates to Bardock and another to Broly.
Containing 21 of the best playable characters at the time, Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit rightly excited fans. Each character equipped with their own unique fighting styles and moves, leads to some fun and exciting fights. Be sure to master them as soon as, so you can defeat your friends and show who is boss. Due to the age of the game, the online population is basically non-existent. However shouldn’t stop you and friends because Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit possesses amazing online modes. Fight friends and strangers and even organise World Tournaments to show you are the greatest fighter.