Fanmade MUGEN fighter, not half bad
I honestly got a pretty low amount of patience with fanmade games, especially with fighters, as there are literally hundreds if not thousands of them, and the quality varies tremendously. There are some ok ones out there, but for the most part they're half baked ideas by teams that had the idea during an inebriated night and then found the actual work to be very time consuming. Well, on a scale form total crap to great (Street Fighter 2 Turbo levels!), well, this game here, Dragonball Z Millennium is a pretty decent, well deserved oaky game. I'll give it 3 stars. Now, I can say this pretty confidently, and do it because the game's animations are pretty well toiled over; that TV series, animated series look is quite well captured and I assume it was quite a bit of work. I don't know if the animations were produced first hand, or if they were ripped from the TV series digitally, but, they look pretty nicely. Do you remember those whirlpool scenes when the characters have at one another in these swooping, swooshing scenes? The ones that all kids were imitating? Well, that is captured in the game, along with lots of personalized movements for the host of characters. Surely, there are rougher edges, animation wise, fewer in between animated scenes, but overall it's more than playable. In fact, for a fan of the animated series I think the game will perform really really well! So, if you're a Dragonball Z aficionado, don't miss on this one. It's more than decent for a fan operation.