Burst Limit has great combat and graphics, but other factors of the game damper the experience.

User Rating: 7 | Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit X360
The reason I bought Burst Limit was because I wanted a DBZ game that resembled the Budokai series fighting style and was for the Xbox 360. But after I beat it in four hours I knew something was wrong. Let's look at some positive features that Burst Limit has to offer:

The Good Stuff:

Combat: Plays much like the Budokai series with some Tenkaichi elements.

Graphics: Probably the best looking DBZ game to date.

Survival: Burst Limit has it's own survial mode where you duke it out against 100 opponents and when you get knocked out you lose.

Online capabilities: You can fight people from all over the world in Burst Limit, though I must warn you that when I tried I could not find a game.

Now, let's talk about the negative side of Burst Limit...

The Bad Stuff:

Short Story: It took me 4 hours to beat it on the easiest difficulty and it only goes to the Cell Saga. Story is bland compared to other DBZ games and has no personality.

Drama Peices: Drama Peices are events that occur while you are fighting. Both you and your opponent have three of them that can be used during the fight. They are usually peices that benefit you during the fight such as dodging a Kamahameha Wave or increasing your health with a senzu bean. Why are Drama Peices bad? Well, I don't know about you but I personally don't like my fight being interupted.

Characters: Burst Limit has the least amount of characters compared to other DBZ games, which is quite disapointing.

Those are my main gripes about Burst Limit, not a bad game but it could have been alot better. If you have any questions or complaints, please let me know.