Namco Bandai and Atari present four new Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit videos
May 10, 2008
If you’re making a fighting game based on an action anime-slash manga series, chances are you’ll grab the fans’ attention if you can capture the intensity of the latter as closely at possible. Fortunately, intensity is what you see in these four videos of Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit, courtesy of Atari and Namco Bandai. Check them out in the full article after the jump.
The Dragon Ball Z series is all about combat – protracted, exaggerated, highly explosive, enjoyable fighting. Fortunately, Namco Bandai and Atari have recently released four videos of Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (PS3, Xbox 360) that feature plenty of combat.
The first video is basically a trailer of the game. A Japanese voice-over describes the features of Dragon Ball Z Burst Limit while familiar faces duke it out in all their anime glory. The second and third videos are short, sweet Japanese TV spots that highlight the part of the Frieza saga when Goku first transforms into a Super Saiyan.
The last video is probably the most noteworthy of the four in the sense that it’s the only one with English voices. Two of the battles featured therein are classic series match-ups, but Atari and Namco Bandai opted to include a non-canon battle: Time Patrol Trunks vs. Raditz.