Kevin Kelly's Dragon Ball Z for Kinect preview starts like this: "How many of you (besides our own Donell Tucker) have ever watched an episode of Dragon Ball Z and imitated the poses from the show’s iconic heroes?" He should have said besides our own Donell Tucker and Leah Jackson, because I know I've tried to kamehameha my siblings more than a few times in the past. Here's more from Kevin's DBZ for Kinect preview:
So how does the game play? Once you get over the wish-fulfillment of suddenly finding yourself looking into in a first-person view of a cel-shaded Dragon Ball Z existence, you’ll want to familiarize yourself with the controls. Thankfully, a box on the right side of the screen will show you the moves Dance Central-stlye, and you can follow along to imitate the punches, ducks, kicks, spells, and more that you’ll need to survive the game.
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