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Platform
:           Nintendo® Wii, PlayStation®2 Computer Entertainment System
Release Date Fall 2006
Developer:        Spike
Publisher:         Atari, Inc.
ESRB Rating  ‘RP’ for Rating Pending
Category:          Fighting/Action
 
Dragon Ball Z®: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 takes the acrobatic and intense 3D flying and fighting dynamic made popular in last year’s blockbuster and takes it to a whole new level with exciting new features. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 combines lightning-fast fighting, action and light RPG gameplay elements to give players the power to engage in titanic battles with a staggering roster of over 100 DBZ heroes and villains. Players can recreate some of the storied confrontations from the TV show, or they can create all-new showdowns of their own with characters that never actually fought in the animated series. The game also features an improved camera system, explosive environmental damage and in-game transformations.
 
In Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2, all DBZ® skills and abilities are intact including: free flight, range, and melee attacks. With over 100 DBZ warriors, the game offers players an action-packed single-player mode complete with missions and side quests culminating in some of the most high energy boss confrontations ever.
 
From Dragon Ball to Dragon Ball GT – experience the complete DBZ mythology!
 
Product Features:
  • Team up with up to two other Z-Warriors to complete exciting missions ripped right from the TV show;
  • Post customizable character codes to the Internet;
  • Over 100 DBZ warriors, including many that have never been seen before in a video game;
  • Mini-games and tag-team fighting;
  • In-game transformations allowing players to trigger in real time;
  • Nintendo Wii version to take advantage of the platform’s unique game controller.
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