The last ever release of a Dragon Ball Z video game on the greatest selling console of all time. Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World gave DBZ fans and PlayStation 2 owners alike a great send-off. Before developers eventually moved onto the next generation consoles both for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. DBZ: Infinite World does an amazing job of combining the best features of the recent Dragon Ball Z video games. Making a really fun, enjoyable and complete game. The game combines elements of the Budokai and Shin-Budokai series, also the newly released (at the time) DBZ: Burst Limit. With all these factors the game gives fans the ultimate Dragon Ball Z experience on the PS2.
Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World does contain new features too, including Dragon Missions, new battle types and dramatic scenes. All these new features have one common, collective goal, to immerse all players into the Dragon Ball Z universe. Trust us when we say they did so brilliantly.
Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World and its Dragon Missions include never before scenes from the Dragon Ball Z series. Scenes include some of the most famous and popular events and battles from the anime/manga. It also includes mini-game type challenges such as Goku racing against the clock on Snake Road. Another is when Tien repeatedly strikes down Cell to keep him caged and much more. These challenges are a first for a DBZ game so it was really cool for us to finally play it.
Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World includes over 40 playable characters and an enhanced battling system. The improvements make for hours of fun and enjoyable gameplay. You’re probably thinking “only 40?!” but when we say 40 we mean 40 unique, individual characters. Previous Dragon Ball Z games state a large number of playable characters; however these include their fusions and transformations. Each character is also created with their own unique fighting styles just like in the anime/manga.