Get ready to enter the Dragon Ball Z universe in an entirely new way. Featuring iconic characters, famous attacks, and epic battles authentically created from the original manga series, Dragon Ball Z for Kinect lets you unleash your inner Super Saiyan – with no controller in the way! Fans will also be treated to new anime footage debuting in US and Europe for the first time, over 50 playable characters and an entirely new character. Leveraging the Kinect sensor, Dragon Ball Z for Kinect supports QR code functionality, allowing you to hold up special QR codes to unlock content in the game.
Get closer to authentic Dragon Ball Z battles, combos, super attacks, and perfect your Kamehameha with the Kinect sensor
Perform 100+ different DBZ moves, including long range blast attacks (Kamehameha, Spirit Bomb, Special Beam Cannon) and close range melee attacks (Jab, Uppercut, Hook, Charge Ki, Guard, Kick)
Exclusive new anime footage - Debuting in US and Europe for the first time
Faithfully rendered Dragon Ball Z universe and storylines from DBZ series created by Akira Toriyama
Improved cell-shaded graphics closer to the manga will deliver a rich experience and deeper immersion.
The DBZ world in first-person view for the first time
Over 50 playable characters, including ones to unlock and a brand new character
Hold up special QR codes to Kinect and unlock characters and power ups
Over 20 different QR codes designed for the game
Kinect controls allow battles with a variety of enemy characters to be experienced first-hand.
Story Mode - Dramatic battles use anime-style camerawork and require the player to use Kinect to perform the attacks or movement from a particular famous scene, creating a fusion of dramatic demo scenes and battle controls. Experience giant boss battles unlike never before
Score Attack Mode - Defeat your opponent in 1-on-1 fight and get the highest score
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by Ryan on June 7th 2013
This game sucks. No, really, it suck. I am a huge dragonball z fan, and this game really made me upset. If you like doing the same motion over and over again, and watching little clips that go with it, go for it. The kinect fails to read most small movements aswell, making the game even worse. Terrible!
by Keir on November 2nd 2012
Good game for the kids
by Lesley on September 12th 2012
Dragon Ball Z has always been a hub for fighting games to me, since I played the first Budokai all the way to Raging Blast 2. A lot of the fanbase of DBZ anticipated this, A DBZ Kinect game. finally all those goofy jumping around and pretending to use the Kamehameha Wave finally will pay off. kinect games so far have been disappointing for me, Lets hope DBZ kinect doesn't
*Rating based on anticipation.
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