|Dragon Ball - Advanced Adventure Review by: linkmaster99
Dragon Ball Advance Adventure Review
Well This is linkmaster99 submitting another game review, and this game right here really meets the eye. I been playing this game a while, and I decided that this was one of the rather fun Dragon Ball games I have played. I really enjoyed it, and Hope you all get the chance to try this. The longer I played it the more I liked and respected this game, and yes I do respect games. After playing it, and completing it I decided to make my review on it. Now before I get started on it I would like to start getting you affiliated with this, and getting you to like this. Oh well what the heck let me get started then.
Dragon Ball well how can I put this is a classical game which Kid Goku goes on a journey searching for the Dragon Ball, and training himself. He is accompanied by his friends he made along the way Bulma, Krillin, Master Roshi, Yamcha, Tien. They all helped goku, and he became a strong willed person. Goku has special ability, and is really pure hearted. He Goes through starting out in a forest, and ventured the world of wanders. He found enemies, and participated in the world martial arts tournament. When some special comes in mind that kid is all there to it. Give it a few more levels, though, and your opinion will change. Ha To say that the story mode gets off on the wrong foot would be an understatement. This game is a really enjoyable and special one to.
I gave the graphics a 10 because there really isn't anything bad about it. They may be small, but you can see them fight in a perfect way, and there positions they use well pose they use is marvelous. When I first ever played this game on game boy advance I always knew there was something about this game that met the eye. This game has absolutely no flaws to it, and considering it to be on such a classical game system. This game has a really good place in the looks department.
I gave the sound a 10 because, it really wasn't anything really bugging about it. It has some really great music on it as well. I usually turn down the sound on a game with annoying rubbish as music but this is really good. I find it amusing in all type of way that on the game it doesn't have any type of song that makes me sick, but I guess that's just the way it is. Anyways This game sound isn't half bad, and it isn't just all that good to etc. I just really enjoyed it though.
I gave it a seven because it really isn't that bad of a game, and it really isn't all that good of a game to. Actually it is quite enjoyable, and it really is mostly addictive to me. Dragon ball Advance Adventure could improve on being a little longer by that I mean make it to where goku got older, or make a Dragon Ball Advance Adventure 2. That really isn't the whole series of the dragon ball version. He got older and competed in the world martial arts tournament. That would be one epic game.
The Story was really good how they explained it through, and all. It show a story for each event, and part they make it to. By the way I am saying it is that they have words before starting up the game. I like reading it because, it if fun to know what is gonna be happening, and all that. Dragon Ball fans should definitely pick this game up, and non-fans should at least consider doing so. Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure is a fun, diverse action game that does the license proud.
By the time you've played through the first two levels in Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure, you'll be convinced that it's just another generic side-scroller slapped together to take advantage of the nostalgia that fans have for the animated series. Give it a few more levels, though, and your opinion will change. Once the game hits its stride, you'll realize that this isn't a quickie cash-in after all. It's actually a slickly produced, hectic action game that faithfully replicates key aspects of the license it's based on. That's why this game proves to be really awesome, and cool at the same time.
This is an epic San version of dragon ball where you won't take days, or weeks to finish. You could finish one persons story withing 1 to 2 hours or so. I guess I underestimated how long it will take to finish this game because there are estimated 20 playable characters on this game and so far I only have 6 I need to get a move on or I will never use any of those unique characters. Lie I said I underestimated this game a little, and have a bunch of work to do and fast. Thankfully, as you play through each subsequent level, the game gets better and better. Later levels introduce platforming sections, multiple paths, and secret rooms. Fans of the show will recognize the many enemies populating each level. I need to find ways to do other thing, and so should you this game is special, and right to.
Well this is about the end of my review. I am linkmaster99, and if you are still reading you shouldn't be you should be using some viz to get this game right away it has a great deal of fun to offer you and you don't have time to waste. So if I were you I would get moving right now because, you would be sick if you didn't know what this game is about. So I say get moving, and play you some Dragon Ball Advance Adventure. Good luck to all from me linkmaster99, I hope you all enjoyed this speech of a game I shared with you.
Graphics 10 Sound 10 Addictive 7 Depth 6 Story 7 Difficulty 3
Dragon Ball - Advanced Adventure Description: Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure follows the exploits of young Goku as he sets out for the first time to seek the legendary Dragon Balls. Based on the earliest manga chapters (before the series turned into Dragon Ball Z series), players fight their way through platform levels, bashing countless goons and bosses inspired by pivotal events and characters from the series.
While the game's levels are straightforward brawls, special duels and tournament sequences play like classic fighting games, albeit with simplified controls. Goku can punch, kick and use his magic staff. After a certain point in the game, getting the Flying Nimbus, he receives the ability to engage into air combat. After completing the story mode, duel characters become available for customizable one-on-one bouts. Additional characters and mini-games can be unlocked by satisfying special requirements, e.g. completing the story mode unlocks Goku's fiend Krillin as a playable character.
: Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief
Loose Value: (beta)
Complete Value: (beta)
New Value: (beta)
Characters in Game: