When it comes down to highly underrated DBZ video games in general the Burst Limit title from ‘08 is one that comes to the mind of many fans of the series. Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit was developed Dimps and had Atari or Bandi Namco Games as publishers depending on what country it was released in. The reason why DBZ: Burst Limit is considered to be an underrated gem was because it was overshadowed by a variety of Dragon Ball Z titles that came out during the 2000’s. As many people know the DBZ Budokai along with the Tenkaichi series shined far more than Burst Limit did during the 2000’s. Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit had a great look to it due to the inclusion of cel-shaded graphics but the game lacked depth in terms of characters. There also complaints about the online multiplayer mode being lackluster in DBZ: Burst Limit. The story mode which covered the Saiyan, Frieza, Cell and Buu sagas were impressive as it related to Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit. The replay value for DBZ: Burst Limit however was not on the same level as some of the more recent Dragon Ball Z titles likes the 2 Xenoverse games or FighterZ from ‘15-‘18.
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit was a good enough game to please casual fans of the fighting genre with its unique presentation and gameplay. However, many hardcore fans of DBZ along with fighting genre were probably disappointed that the game’s lack of depth. Its a shame that we never got to see a Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit 2 in the early 10’s because this game had the potential to evolve into an entire series. While Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is not considered to be among the greatest DBZ titles of all-time; its far from being the worst and was actually pretty decent for its time. If Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit was released in this day and age this title would probably looked upon unfavorably seeing how much gaming has evolved since the late 00’s.