Atari brings DBZ: Burst Limit to North America

By Spencer . January 16, 2008 . 11:20am

dbzbl.jpgAfter Namco Bandai unveiled Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit last month it was pretty much guaranteed we were getting it. Atari wouldn't invest money in keeping the Dragon Ball Z license if they didn't have plans to localize the first PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 game with Goku. The question was when and the answer is sometime this year. Besides the launch window Atari hasn't released any new details about Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit. Oh! I guess the title is new information. This time Atari is using the same title as the Japanese version and they aren't adding "Budokai" in it either.

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  • EvilGamerX

    Wow, I might just not import it if Atari doesn’t decide to fuck up the music with this title. *Waits to hear the word on the music*

  • Aoshi00

    I’m excited about this one. And it’s about time they stop w/ the Tenkaichi or Budokai tags, it’s really confusing, though Sparking, Sparking Meteor, etc aren’t too slick either.

  • TacoBeaver

    this game will be just as Budokai 1, Side scrolling and till cell saga, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAA

  • Shin

    having played evry fighting dragon ball games (even the 1st one (a-rpg) on european NES) I can say that Sparking Meteor is by far the best DB game ever released, I just can’t understand why one would not like it… it has the DB speed, feel, etc.
    learning curve is harder that budokai3 though.

    that’s why I’m affraid of going back to “just budokai-like” gameplay that this burst limit seems to have.

  • Heero420

    Well i never really got to play any of the dbz games on ps1 or 2 or anything (played the older snes ones) but is there the original music in the games ? (I mean disturbed during movie #4 was better then the original but i hope we get the original music in the game ^_^ )

  • I agree with Evil Gamer X’s comment that I wish that we wouldn’t just have any kind of crappy musics cause I didn’t enjoy the musics in DBZ Budokai Tenkaichi #3 at all. I say it’s about time that we had the DBZ original Japanese musics or the DBZ American musics made by Bruce Falconer which I always dreamed of.

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