A video game review written by Lee Sonogan
Yeah, it’s pretty good. It’s not on the same level as Xenoverse, B3 or BT3 but it’s quite fun. Quick warning though, don’t get Xenoverse’s gaming mechanics ingrained in your head before playing RB2, because it plays very differently – Reddit Comment 2015
This back in the day the old school three-dimensional fighting video game of my high school youth. With over 100 playable characters unique with their own various ki and combos made for something customisable. I still remember my main fighters in modes where you can swap out team members for the advantage. Meta-Cooler, Janemba, Vegeta Super Sayian 3, Teen Gohan Super Sayian 2 and either Gogeta or Vegito.
In the game modes, you have the Battle Zone or Galaxy Mode with their own cinematics. In promoting one of their many specials ‘Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans‘ in Japanese, some footage is also found here. The 30-minute animation also includes the antagonist to use.
Giving credit to G4TV for giving this a 4/5 stars, the critics were harsh in how overly complicated it was. From the button mashing of controls and limiting real stories, it sold over 500,000 copies worldwide. Overall for nostalgia, I might be biased in the rating haha
The conclusion is half a decade ago graphics of the memory could only do so much. Even though I still think it had that technical aspect to it worth learning. The moves alone are memorable to have to recommend it for a classic in its own right. For hardcore fans of the franchise outright so not for everyone.
One of the best dragon ball games out there. A true classic. – Blood Ground Gaming (Google Review)