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DBZ Legends
I love this game. It's easy to get into... but I'll leave the rest for the whole review. Dragon Ball Z Legends is one of the three Dragon ball games on PS (the others being Ultimate Battle 22 and Final Bout). To most people (including myself), this is the best of the PS Dragon Ball games. 
Let's start off with graphics. The graphics are pretty awful in this game. Of course, that's when you're stuck in the up close scenes, which can happen quite frequently. They're pixelated badly, and don't have well detailed faces.
On to the music. I can't even tell you how much you couldn't care less about the music. The action is always hectic, because the game is 3 on 3. 
Controls. The game can be hard to control sometimes when you don't know what you're doing, and combos are hard to pull off because of the game's speed. Once you master the controls, the game's a real blast, and you probably won't put it down for awhile. 
Finally, there's Gameplay. This is the most fun I've had with a fighting game in a while. 3 on 3 Gameplay works incredibly well, and I like the idea of a struggle meter. The struggle meter is at the bottom of the screen, and as you pound your opponents, it shifts to your side. When completely shifted, the character you're currently controlling pulls off a super move, which hits the person you were attacking at the moment. Two player mode is where the fun is at, however. When I first played this game with my friend Jeremy, we had sooooooo much fun, even with a the few amount of characters they have at start (you have to earn characters by beating the game, beat it once and ya gotta'em all.) 
Over all, this game is worth the 37.99 (I think) at Pick up a converter while you're at it, and your set. Have fun, and if you don't get this... don't say I didn't tell you so :)








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