The description of Super Goku Raging Blast 2
There's a comprehensive training mode in which Goku familiarizes Gohan with all of the techniques, and it takes some time to progress through it all.
You'll practice dash attacks, charge attacks, smash attacks, and numerous other attacks, as well as defense maneuvers.
It's quite a bit to take in, though unlike many fighting games, there are no tricky inputs to memorize for any attacks here.
Some actions require a precisely timed button press to pull off, but at most, you'll need to push a thumbstick in one direction and tap a button to perform even the most powerful of attacks.
You see, Super Goku Raging Blast 2 is less a brawler than a historical re-creation simulation.
The aim of the game isn’t to master one character and prove prowess over all others, but to recall the plot of Bola de dragão and ensure the episodes play without deviation.
So: Goku and Piccolo pair up against Raditz not because this is a tag-team of strategic note, but because this is how it played out in the manga.
Super Goku Raging Blast 2 has a wide variety of modes, the most interesting of which is bola dragão z Collection.
Here, you play through many story arcs from the series, such as the Saiyan Saga, the Frieza Saga, and the Androids Saga, as well as a number of what-if scenarios.
Those familiar with the lore will likely enjoy reliving some of their favorite moments here, but the unfamiliar will find the storytelling so poor that they'll have a hard time making sense of what's happening, much less finding it interesting.
There is some incentive to playing through these sagas because you'll unlock characters, special moves, and items that you can equip to improve a fighter's attack power, defense, health or some other characteristic.
The grand total of more than 70 characters seems impressive at first, but that fades fast as you realize that they all feel pretty much the same in action.