The British Board of Film Classification has rated Dragon Ball Z for Kinect on the Xbox 360 console. Whilst Namco Bandai are keeping things under-wraps for now, we do at least know it’ll require body movement and that you have to be at least 12 to play it…
Will it take 12 year olds off of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3? – We doubt it, but all the same it might just turn out to be one of the greatest Kinect games ever made, right up there with Hole in the Wall – or maybe not!
Towards the end of 2011, Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi was released into retail stores across the globe and featured a massive character selection, faithful manga-style graphics and destructible battlefields. Whilst specifics have not been released yet regarding Dragon Ball Z for Kinect, you could quite easily come to the conclusion that it’s either going to be a similar style game with the use of motion control – or the Dragon Ball Z equivalent of the two-way TV experiences available for Kinect that provide children and families with entirely new ways to learn through play – for Dragon Ball Z fans, we hope it’s the former!