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|Release Date: ||02 July 2010|
Dragon Ball Z is nice and all, but sometimes we just want to take it back to the old school. Dragon Ball: Origins 2 does exactly that, taking players through the Red Ribbon saga in the original manga. From Goku's first meeting with the Red Ribbon Army to the resurrection of Upa's father, that's a lot of action to cover.
You'll get to explore some of the vast and colourful worlds in the Dragon Ball universe during this story arc, and will be involved in some epic battles along the way. Big changes to the controls and gameplay features means Origins 2 is a game that intends to improve upon its predecessor.
Now, you can choose between the stylus or control pad as a method of control, and a new camera system adapts to the scenarios you encounter, meaning total immersion. And now, you're not just flying solo – you can grab a friend for a two-player adventure via ad-hoc wireless play.
Take on waves of enemies in special stages together, or play through a co-operative mode and fight as one of their favourite Dragon Ball characters besides Goku. Saved data from the single player mode can be used in multiplayer too. All together now “Kamehameha!”
- Number of players: 1-2
- Development Company: Game Republic
- Software House: Namco Bandai Partners
- Video Dimensions: 3D
- Publisher: Namco Bandai Partners
- Point Of View: Third-person, floating camera