PS2 owners get one last taste of Dragon Ball Z this November



Atari and Namco Bandai are moving past the seemingly endless series of Dragon Ball Z: Budokai games with one final release, Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World. The swan song includes foot racing. For the first time in a Dragon Ball Z video game players will race on Snake Road in one of the new Dragon Missions. From other screenshots it appears the Dragon Missions are actually mini games since one screenshot has Goku grabbing a monkey and another has Tien charging his energy.




Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World is still a fighting game and it borrows the fighting system from the Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (read: the PS3/Xbox 360 DBZ game). However, Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World has significantly more characters. Over 40 characters are considered by Atari to be unique. This number doesn’t include transformations either. After releasing nine Dragon Ball Z games for the PlayStation 2 the series will move on to other consoles, permanently, when Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World comes out in November. Who is expecting this to get a Wii port half a year after it comes out?




Images courtesy of Namco Bandai.

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