The description of Budokai Tenkaichi 2 Ultimate
The game takes the acrobatic and intense 3D flying and fighting dynamic.
Combining action, fighting and light role-playing game elements will send players into a rich story mode that spans the entire. The game takes the acrobatic and intense 3D flying and fighting dynamic made popular in last year's hit and takes it to a whole new level with over 100 playable characters, 15 vast and vibrant 3D destructible environments, and nine different game modes, including intense single and multiplayer battles.
It strayed from the conventional fighting game format in favor of a third-person perspective and more-free-roaming action, and the fighting felt a bit more technical, though not necessarily any deeper. Its newly released sequel does little to address the clunky, somewhat limited combat of the original, though a wealth of playable characters all but ensures that this game will get its hooks into fans eager to fight as their favorite
Budokai Tenkaichi 2 is a fighter that's played from a behind-the-back perspective. You're given the illusion of an open world, and most of the environments make good use of the 3D space with plenty of hills, valleys, bodies of water, and destructible environmental items, such as buildings and massive rock formations, to knock your opponent around. Attempts at exploration, though, are stopped short by massive webbed force fields that surround the battleground, making it apparent just how confined the environment really is.
There are 129 playable characters in most versions of the game and 135 in this versions. All characters featured in the previous game are available in this game as well. Battles can now involve up to ten characters fighting one at a time on the battle-field, with one teammate coming in after the other has been knocked out or when the player wishes to switch to another fighter. This is referring to Free Battle options.
Most versions of the game have 16 large arenas. This versions have 17 with the inclusion of a new space level, and 9 game modes. The game also features in game transformations, in addition to being able to choose to play in a transformed state from the start.
Fusion can only be done in Tag battles and Free battles, and the player must have the suitable character as a Tag partner; for example, base Goku and Vegeta to form Vegito. If that fused character has a second or third form
- Dragon Adventure: This is the main mode of the game.
- Ultimate Battle Z: is mode uses a system where the player selects a type of battle
- Dragon Tournament: Similar to the same mode in the Budokai series
- Rocky Area
- Dying Namek
- Mountain Road
- Kami's Lookout
- Room of Spirit and Time
- Kame House
- Cell Games Arena
- World Tournament Stage