By Fred Topel | Image property of respective holders
Dragonball: Attack of the Saiyans
If you’re a big fan of Dragonball or junkie for turn based RPG games, then the latest handheld Dragonball game should give you quite a fix. Following a story that should be familiar to you, you’ll get to roam the anime lands and get in fights with cool Dragonball moves.
Review: Dragonball: Attack of the Saiyans on Nintendo DS
The overhead view for the main movement screens is solid. It gets you around and you can see where the paths take you, even with some 3-D detail of overlapping paths. The combat itself seems straightforward.
You assign characters in your party an attack or special power and watch them do it. The animation is really good so it really gives you a full anime show for whatever you select. And you build up experience points quickly to add more powerful attacks. Defending with the appropriate button keys is easy enough and gives you something to do while you wait for the next turn.