i am baffled that bandai hasn't gone that direction with the games. They could have just kept one team making the tenkaichi games which some people love, but the budokai fans have been completely forgotten. At least we got an hd version for the third game
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This is absolutely incorrect. The Budokai games (Dragon Ball Z Budokai 1-3) are quite distinct from the other recent DBZ fighters. Of the console games, only Bust Limit and Infinite World are remotely similar to the Budokai trilogy. The rest of them are all Tenkaichi games (or the Raging Blast and Shin Budokai games, which are heavily influenced by Tenkaichi). The Tenkaichi games generally have more characters, modes, content, and fanservice but are nowhere near as competent from a depth or balance standpoint as the Budokai trilogy. By the time Budokai 3 came out it was a legitimate fighting game rather than just a generic anime license cash in. It may not have been Virtua Fighter4/TekkenTag/DoA3/SC2 good, but it stands up to almost any other 3D fighter of its time.
They pretty much have, the game has barely changed over the past 5-years. A "new" one is released every year, and it is more or les the same game as the year before.Shenmue_Jehuty
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