Dragon Ball Z connects a finishing blow on Kinect this fall
Namco Bandai and Spike-Chunsoft have announced the latest in the long line of Dragon Ball Z video games, but this time it’s for the Kinect! Dragon Ball Z for Kinect features over 50 unique Dragon Ball Z warriors and as many as 100 special moves. Thanks to the Kinect sensor, gamers now get a chance to immerse themselves in the Dragon Ball universe like never before. Not only that, the game features one never before seen character, alongside a brand new animated special. Game modes include Score Attack, Story Mode, and a unique QR Code reading mode that allows you to scan your heroes and join in the battle.
After 7 previous Dragon Ball Z games, developer Spike takes on a new way to play Dragon Ball Z. Previously, the studio released last year’s Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, for PS3, and 360. But their most well known Dragon Ball titles is the Budokai Tenkaichi series on the PS2, and Wii. Dragon Ball Z for Kinect ships worldwide this fall for Kinect on Xbox 360.