WiiERD Presents to you:
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2, Atari
Street Date.....................: 23/03/2007
Release Date....................: 21/03/2007
Files...........................: 94x50 MB
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 takes the
acrobatic and intense 3D flying and fighting
dynamic made popular in last year’s blockbuster
and takes it to a whole new level with exciting
new features sure to please die-hard Dragon Ball
fans and those new to the franchise. Dragon Ball
Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 offers the complete DBZ
mythology from Dragon Ball to Dragon Ball GT with
a staggering roster of over 100 DBZ heroes and
villains and an expansive story mode that allows
players to recreate some of the storied
confrontations from the TV show, or all-new
showdowns of their own with characters that never
actually fought in the animated series.
Lightning-fast fighting, light RPG and action
gameplay elements give players the power to
engage in titanic battles set in 15 vast and
vibrant 3D highly destructible environments. The
game also features an improved camera system,
expanded levels, and in-game transformations.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 will offer
fans the ultimate Dragon Ball experience as
players will be able to mimic signature moves
using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk as they are
performed in the Dragon Ball Z animated series,
such as Goku®’s Kamehameha, a devastating energy
attack performed by moving both hands. The result
is a heart-pounding experience unlike any other.
In Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 all DBZ
skills and abilities are intact including: free
flight, range, and melee attacks. With over 100
DBZ warriors, the game offers players an
action-packed single-player mode complete with
missions and side quests culminating in some of
the most high energy boss confrontations ever.
Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to recreate
character super-moves; Over 100 DBZ warriors,
including many that have never been seen before
in a video game; In-game transformations players
can trigger in real-time; Team up with up to two
other Z-Warriors to complete exciting missions
ripped right from the TV show; Post customizable
character codes to the Internet; Nine different
game modes, including single and multiplayer
battles; Mini-games and tag-team fighting.
This release has english only!
To check it change your Wii Settings to a
different language and start the game again. This
can be done by going to Wii menu, choose Wii
settings, go to page 3 and choose a language,
confirm and start the game again. Enjoy!
For the people saying: "ooh why do these PAL groups
pre PAL (pre)-retail. It's just a dupe from the
NTSC ones as you can just as well convert it to PAL."
Euhm sorry? And to think we live in a mental clinic
yes you can convert them but then again some games
give problems and lags because of the frequency
difference. So it's not a dupe and no we dont just
convert the NTSC that would be just lame. But I
guess you can see that for yourself. Just check the
frequence difference. As well as the retail not
having any framedrops because of bad conversion and
final no subs or language that are not synced well.
Yes this can all occur with converting the games.
(this piece was approved by our ex-shrink)
We seek NTSC/NTSC-J (pre)-retail suppliers
We seek PAL pre-retail suppliers.
Find our shrink if you got what we need.
So if you wanna have something to do, go and fuck
a girl or something....live your life...and please
if you work at a mental clinic, contact us...We
fired our shrink after he slept with our
girlfriends, without asking us
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Posted: Mar 2014 at 8:00 am