Sweet Dragon Ball Z Sparking! Neo trailer

I’ve been a Dragon Ball fan for more than 15 years so I’ve tried my fair share of DBZ games. While the first Sparking! game (which was incorrectly titled Budokai Tenkaichi in Europe and in America) wasn’t a bad offering, I didn’t like it as much as Budokai 3. It had a few flaws (no in-game transformations, some characters were almost unbeatable…) that kept it from being a great game. With that said, it looks like the people at Spike listened to the fans’ complaints and managed to correct those mistakes. With about a hundred playable characters, in-game transformations and a greatly improved story mode, the game looks really promising. This video alone almost restored my faith in the franchise. But one question remains: Will the Wii version be any good? Even though players will be able to use the classic controller, can fighting games be played using the Wiimote? Drabon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 2 is set for a November 2006 release, on both the PlayStation 2 and the Wii.