Dragon Ball Z Goes Next-Gen with Burst Limit

After Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 arrived on the PlayStation 2 a few months ago in all its so-so glory, many fans were left wondering what's next for Goku and team. Looks like Atari didn't keep us waiting long. Today they officially announced Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit, the first fully next-gen videogame iteration of the franchise. Some may recall that Burst Limit was quietly unveiled for the first time at Jump Festa 2008. This new announcement confirms that the game is coming and will be hitting North America this year.

While the core Burst Limit gameplay seems to be sticking to the formula developed in the Buokai series, major additions will be worked into the game, not the least of which is a complete online mode. Naturally the graphics will also be receiving a huge boost. Keep watching for more Burst Limit information, including a solid release date, in the near future.

News source: 1UP

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I'm not sure if it is just me, but it seems the Budokai Tenkaichi series is a heck of a lot more fun and has quite a bit more replay value than the Budokai series. I can't stand playing Budokai 1,2,3, etc., but Tenkaichi 1,2 and 3 all still entertain me. The only ones I haven't tried are the Shin Budokai games, but those appear to be more like the Budokai games than the Tenkaichi games.

Well, we're opposites then! I find Tenkaichi horribly boring, and the controls are so hard to get used to. Most people I know think Budokai is way better too :)

Anyway, I look forward to this game Too bad I won't be able to get it tho, since I don't have any of the newer consoles (and won't be buying them either; I don't play enough games for it to be worth it).