Famitsu revealed that Dragon Ball Z Tenkaichi 2 will be released this fall for Nintendo Revolution and PlayStation 2.
The game will feature more characters such as , Super C 13.
The pics below comes from the PS2 version
source : Jeux-france.
Looks about the same as part 1, I just hope they include online play this time since you will be able to play it on the PS3. Team matches would be great in this game if they ever implement it as well as in-game transformations, it would be a true update to DBZ legends.... I just wanna fight against all the best fighters and get stronger!!!
Actually in the pics from Famitsu, it seems as if Goku is fighting Lord Slug and Lord slug grew to Ozaru 9spelling) size.
yeah and you can see Vegeta vs Super C 13 also .
But I prefer DBZ Budokai 3 , I found it more dynamic for the fights, I wanted another sequel to Budokai and not Budokai Tenkaichi. But well if this one is going to be improved I say why not.
Why is it coming out on the Revolution and PS2? Shouldnt it be coming for the gamecube instead? And how come the other one didnt come out on GC? Not to mention this is another game I thought that was going be a PS3 game, same deal with MK.
Hey here's some news on DBZ Tenkaichi 2, it seems as if you will be able to transform in this iteration of the game. They don't state anything about online though.
LYON, FRANCE – 24 April 2006 – Atari announced today that Bandai’s Dragon Ball Z®: Budokai Tenkaichi™ 2 is on its way to Europe for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 is the next explosive addition to the wildly popular Dragon Ball Z® series that to date has sold in excess of 10 million units across Europe and America.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 throws down the ultimate fighting challenge to PS2 gamers and DBZ® fans with over 100 characters, 15 vast and vibrant 3D destructible environments and a total of 9 different game modes to choose from, making this the lofty pinnacle of DBZ fighting games on the PS2.
“Kamehameha!!!”, said Cyril Voiron, Marketing Director, Atari Europe. “Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 is a remarkable game that DBZ fans will go mad for with its colossal selection of characters and dazzling enhancements, many of which are still to be revealed, making it the most free, exciting and dynamic DBZ game ever.”
In addition to the unprecedented number of characters, wide selection of massive 3D destructible environments and abundance of game modes, players will be able to trigger transformations from the DBZ movies and TV series in real time, making battles even more dramatic and exciting than ever before.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 is set for European release in November 2006. For more information on Dragon Ball Z video games, please visit www.dbz-videogames.com
Second article, different game
Arcade-Fighter 'Super DBZ' Smashes Its Way On To PlayStation 2
LYON, FRANCE – 24 April 2006 – Atari today announced Bandai’s brand new Dragon Ball Z® title, Super DBZ®, set for release on PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system throughout Europe in June 2006. Super DBZ is a new, highly intense DBZ® fighting experience unlike any previous DBZ game, featuring an all new arcade-style fighting system. Developed by former Street Fighter II producer Noritaka Funamizu’s new studio, Crafts & Meister, Super DBZ promises fans and gamers incredible on-screen damage and an abundance of intense combos.
"Super DBZ takes the DBZ franchise into authentic arcade fighter territory,” said Cyril Voiron, Marketing Director, Atari Europe. “This is something new and different for the DBZ series and will mesmerize gamers with its intense gameplay and technical combo systems. Bandai are working with an excellent new studio to develop this impressive title, and Crafts & Meister’s hand-to-hand combat pedigree radiates throughout Super DBZ.”
With unique fighting moves and styles for every character, including Goku, Gohan and Vegeta, Super DBZ gives gamers super-fast combination moves and battle scenes sure to satisfy any DBZ buff. In the air or on the ground, Super DBZ will give players a hardcore 3D arcade-fighting DBZ experience.
Dragon Ball Z is the gold standard of anime-based video games, with more than 25 different games and ten million units sold since May 2002. For additional information about Super DBZ please visit www.dbz-videogames.com
If they had team fights in this game like DBZ Legends and having it online aswell, this could really be something great. Here's to hoping they get it right one day.
I guess there is some sort of team play in the game, most likely it's within the storyline mode
"Many of the game's missions are ripped straight from the TV show, allowing fans the ability to relive their favorite DBZ moments or take characters into custom battles that they'd never see on the show. An assortment of mini-games and tag-team fights expand upon the main story mode, and the ability to post customized character codes on the Internet hints at immense replayability."
Hey check out this clip that I got from secretsaiya.com
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