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May 31, 2008

Two New Amazing Burst Limit Videos

NOTICE: I recommend that you click the link and watch these videos in high quality, they don't look nearly as good from the embeds. The link goes to the first video, and the first video response to that is the second video.

Sorry about not writing recently, I've been very busy over the week and even have plans tonight, but I have had enough time to find the two most amazing Burst Limit trailers available!

This first trailer basically summarizes the Saiyan-Freiza saga using Burst Limit cutscenes and "Kiseki no Honoyo Moeagare" as the background music. It shows off just how good this game looks and how faithful the game's cutscenes stay to the show. A truly impressive video, and an example of Burst Limit's greatness.

Next up we have:

This is a similar video, except it covers Trunks- Cell Saga, Bardock: The Father of Goku, and Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan. This time it uses the same song, but the so-called "English version", which I can still barely understand due to the singer's heavy accent. This video impressed me as well, and more importantly hints to side storylines for the movies in single player since they have their own cutscenes. With Saiyan-Cell Saga, two movies, and what-if storylines this should be a long game with plenty of content. Can't wait until the 10th!

P.S. I should have a review for "Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain Slick Precipice of Darkness Episode One" up once I have some spare time over the next few days.


Jayge said...
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Jayge said...

In all seriousness though (the above comment shouldn't count, I deleted it)- that gameplay looks pretty great. Some serious DBZ-style energy beam collisions and sweet fast-paced gameplay to boot. If it weren't for the bogus $60 price tag, I'd be all over that.

Tha Pirateninja said...

Bogus? This isn't bogus, THIS IS BURST LIMIT!!!

Jayge said...

And this is the sound of companies pretending they need an extra $10 for what is generally inferior to the PC version (in terms of Assassin's Creed, Gears of War, Mass Effect, you get my drift).