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The Legacy of Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3

Over fifteen years since its release, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (2007) remains a monumental title in the realm of Dragon Ball 3D fighting games. Fans widely regard it as one of the best games based on Akira Toriyama's masterpiece, at least until the advent of the brilliant Dragon Ball FighterZ (2018) by Arc System Works.

Budokai Tenkaichi 3 offered everything a Dragon Ball fan could wish for: exhilarating gameplay, a multitude of modes and content, over 160 fighters, and numerous secrets and Easter eggs crafted with immense love and dedication. As the culmination of a trilogy that improved with each installment, it's puzzling how Bandai Namco struggled with the transition to the PS3 and Xbox 360 generation, producing a series of underwhelming games that failed to match the quality of the Budokai Tenkaichi series.

Reliving the Budokai Tenkaichi Experience

Dragon Ball: Sparking! ZERO aims to recapture the magic of Budokai Tenkaichi. In our demo, we had a firsthand experience of the gameplay and audiovisual aspects. While details on game modes and the final character roster remain scarce, it's confirmed that the game will feature over 160 fighters and local multiplayer with split-screen functionality, albeit with a minor drawback.

To cater to both new and veteran players, the game offers two control methods: a standard setup designed for this game and a classic setup that mirrors the controls of previous Budokai Tenkaichi games. Players can also customize their combat assistance settings, choosing between automatic, semi-automatic, or none, and fine-tuning options like combo assistance,guard assistance, and recovery assistance. This flexibility ensures that the gameplay can be as complex or straightforward as desired, appealing to a broad audience while satisfying seasoned fans and fighting game experts.

Dynamic and Spectacular Combat

Despite its accessibility, Dragon Ball: Sparking! ZERO offers deep and versatile gameplay. The extensive control explanations in the pause menu might seem overwhelming, but they highlight the numerous moves and attacks available. We hope the final release includes a comprehensive tutorial, essential for newcomers and helpful for veterans to refresh their skills, given that it's a sequel to a game released seventeen years ago.

In the demo, we formed teams of up to three fighters (the final game will allow teams of five) and chose from dozens of characters, including multiple versions of Goku and Vegeta, as well as many other beloved characters. The ability to transform and fuse characters during battles adds another layer of depth, keeping the gameplay fresh and engaging.

Stunning Visuals and Immersive Experience

Dragon Ball: Sparking! ZERO impresses with its fast-paced, dynamic combat, featuring close-range battles, long-distance attacks, and full freedom of movement on land, in the air, and even underwater. The destructible environments add to the chaos and spectacle, enhancing the immersion and making the battles feel more intense.

The most promoted feature, environmental destruction, lives up to the hype. You can destroy buildings, mountains, and other elements, with some attacks dramatically altering the appearance of the battlefield. In one instance, a special attack on the World Tournament stage triggered a cinematic where the announcer evacuated the audience before we demolished the grandstand. While this destruction doesn't affect gameplay significantly, it adds to the excitement and realism of the battles.

A Tribute to Fans

Dragon Ball: Sparking! ZERO is a game made by fans, for fans. From the meticulous recreation of the anime's style to the detailed character models and animations, it's evident that the developers poured their hearts into this project. The game is filled with nods and references that will delight any Dragon Ball enthusiast. Characters acknowledge their relationships and past encounters through dialogues, animations, and special attacks, adding layers of nostalgia and emotional resonance.

Story Mode Insights

Although our demo focused solely on battles, we know a bit about the Story Mode. Players will relive iconic moments from the series through the eyes of eight characters, with What If...? scenarios offering new and original experiences. For example, one scenario alters Goku's first death by having him fight alongside Krillin and other characters, resulting in a different outcome where Goku survives.

However, we were disappointed by the omission of certain iconic scenes, such as the graphic depiction of Goku and Raditz's deaths. Hopefully, the final game will rectify these omissions to fully capture the essence of the series.

Anticipation for Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 4

The wait has been long, but Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 4 promises to be worth it. Slated for release on October 11th for PS5, Xbox Series, and PC, this highly anticipated title is set to be a spectacular, fun, and comprehensive celebration of Dragon Ball's 40th anniversary and a fitting tribute to its unforgettable creator. We played the PC version at Bandai Namco's offices in Spain and left with high hopes for the final release.

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