Underneath the unpolished exterior beats the heart of a decent fighter.
Even though my experience with the original Budokai Tenkaichi is limited, I can tell it was perfect sequel-fodder. It was a game that was fun to play, but needed a little polish. More importantly, it wouldn’t have been too hard to make an improved sequel since the developers knew what needed fixing and how to fix it. Sadly, instead of doing that they opted to make another game that was still fun, but still just as unpolished. The control, camera, and AI issues are more noticeable and annoying now that we’ve already dealt with the same types of glitches before, and most fans probably went into this sequel expecting them to be fixed.
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