Heading back to the early days of the Dragon Ball story, players will control Kid Goku as he sets out on fantastic adventures with his friends. The title faithfully reproduces the uniqueness and special humour of the early Dragon Ball series, while adding an original blend of action and adventure to the mix. With the original Japanese music and voiceover included for maximum authenticity, Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo offers fans a dazzling new experience with the characters and universe they know and love. The visuals in Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo take the series to a new level by faithfully reproducing on-screen the original drawings of legendary Dragon Ball artist Akira Toriyama down to the finest pen strokes. Thanks to the high-quality, state-of-the-art graphics, fans will be able to immerse themselves in the Dragon Ball universe like never before. Game modes include Story mode which follows Kid Goku from the Red Ribbon Saga to the King Piccolo Saga with the ability to replay previously completed stages, and the unlockable VS mode where players can take different unlocked characters into battle.
The Dragon Ball series is no stranger to video-games seeing as the series has made a number of appearances on just about every console and handheld. It’s no real surprise seeing as it’s one of the most popular manga and anime series for a long time now and the characters are as well loved by fans all over the world. So why doesn’t Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo for the Nintendo Wii rock our Dragon Ball world? “No, I am not Keith Richards and no you cannot have my autograph!” There’s a story in Revenge of King Piccolo’s solo Adventure mode and if feels true to the series that takes place in a time when Dragon Ball didn’t have the Z in its title. A year has passed since the monkey-tailed Goku (as a child, for those that... Read Review