Hello all, it's Juan Reina again!
I managed to get a hold of this game when our beloved website emuparadise, was stil up.
From the emulater, to the bios, to the game.
I kepped this game around not because it's dragon ball, no, because it's anime, no!
I can't figure out! tell me, Juan!
I kepped the game around because it's accessible! Like the other Dragon Ball Z - Budokai Tenkaichi games, they took one thing in mind when making this.
At least 95/96 of this game is accessible.
That's real grate for being a PS2 game, rite? Hel yeah it is!
From the main menu, to the settings menu, to the sagas menu, to the lirning about how to use Z items menu, to the training menu, to the fight menus, to telling the dragon ball story, to the turnament menus, to the replay menus, to the dificultty menus, to being in sterrio, Trust me, if you're looking for an accessible fighting game and mortal kombat is bothering ya with this OCR OCR OCR OCR, take a little brake, and lets try a game that not only uses many of the dragon ball characters to speak menus such as Bulma, Krilin, Gohan, Vegeta, Nappa, and lets not forget, the star of it all, the one and only, Goku! and that's just only some of the characters and some of the menus that can be read in this grate, accessible, game! Da, I won't spoile the rest of this games accessibility, I will let you find them out on your own!
A part from being accessible in English, it has a nother language, Japanese! You can access that by going to the hey, Juan, O yeah. to the sounds menu, and there it is it's under game settings, sound ,
language. It should say. You can change the dialog to English or Japanese.
History of voice over on this game.
in older versions of the Dragon Ball Z - Budokai Tenkaichi games you could tern off and on the voice accessibility features. in Dragon Ball Z - Budokai Tenkaichi 3, you can no longer tern this feature off and i'm so, so, so glad that they've removed that dam switch!
Story of how I found out about this game.
When I was young, My mother wouldn't let me play games. When I whent to my older cousin's house, He told me. Juan, wa go play a game? My mother stopped me. my cousin asked my mom, he also said. I will watch him, so he no broke nuthing.
My mom also said, OK but he just ca play no game. How he a play if he ca see the thing? My cousin. No worry, I fine something da he cuh play. My cousin had Dragon Ball Z, Budokai Tenkaichi 2, you know, the one with the switch for voice accessibility on his PS2, and when ever I was there, I was never good at it at the time, but with Jeraldo's help, and the voice accessibility feature, I got better at it,and every time, I was constantly asking my mom. Can I have it, I wa da talking fighting game! Please ma?
Later he got Dragon Ball Z, Budokai Tenkaichi 3, and befor I knew it, I was playing games like never befor!
For instructions in grate detail, please listen to the file called listen me. It shows how you run the emu, how to set up buttons, and even shows off some of it's accessibility in the end! it will also teach you how to use the bios, and how to load the game,etc. After you're done with listening to that file, listen to the one called important things.
Well, thank you, and here's the key for the BTSync folder.
Hello all, it's Juan Reina again!
This is cool/. Is there a way to play this on PC?
You have to download the BT sync folder, then you have to look at the file called listen me to get instructions on how to run the emu, and other things
this is just fantastic, i'll go play it right now
Played this game on a real PS 2. It was a joy completing it. Some battles are really though, especially the final one in the bu saga or GT, however the game is definitely awesome. I've played many DB games before, budokai 3 is great as well, sadly you need some sighted help for the story.
No you don't, nidza07
Can someone please upload all intire file to google drive cause I have difficulty to download from bt sync folder
Yes, can someone help Rio_unesa upload that to googl drive? I don't know how to upload to googl drive.
In budokai 3's story, you had to fly around a map. Not sure how that could be accessible.
It isn't. As for tenkaichi, the only thing that is not accessible is wishes when you summon a dragon, as well as some things in the shop itself. The rest is really well done.
#11 (edited by janagirl 2019-05-11 16:13:00)
It would be a nice help if a link had be posted where to get the bt sync to enter the key.
I just installed a thing called bittorrent sync but no idea where to enter the key.
And about setting up te emulator, couldn't that be a text file? Sometimes it's really hard for me to follow all things by listening, it's much more easier for everyone if it's readable.
The fly sounds pan, as well as the oponents flying panning and volume
I actualy use flying a lot, and I don't have sited help
Hello janagirl, I have truble when getting the point a cross when I rite, that's is why I think it would be better for me if I could say it.
janagirl, what version of BT sync are you using? If you ask nicely, I'm sure someone can help you with getting the accessible version of BT sync!
#16 (edited by Muhammad Hajjar 2019-05-11 18:49:39)
Yes Juan you're completely right. This is the most accessible mainstream game I've ever played in my life, where 95% of the menus (if not more) are spoken. I've mastered this game and wish if there can be possibility for me to play it with anyone. And btw, I'm still playing this game with my brother and relatives on my PS2 console.
Hopefully someone can upload to Google Drive or Dropbox ... would really like to play this
accessible bt sync can be found on jeff's website i think, and you need to choose that add folder thing from the menu and enter the key there.
Do you have a folder with all the PS2 games?
I. Yea this game is very accesible. I like more the wii version because I can play online with my friends and It worx very well
Wow, Budokai Tenkaichi 3!
Loved playing it on Ps2, but I think people will struggle to run it on the emulator.
My GPD win2 hates PCSX2 lol
I use the power of sound to sense my enemy's energy, blow them to the place of no return, before testing out the newest release of audio game.
Thumb my posts up and continue to enjoy gaming. :d
I got through most of it on PCSX2, it's not really that bad. The only reason why I didn't complete it is because I didn't have time, otherwise on a decent PC most fights should work just fine. Maybe a bit slower in some cases, but still very playable.
guys, don't mind the name anymore, the folder is going to be for any, and all, accessible PS2 dragon ball games. Has been updated with budokai tenkaichi 2, you know, the one for terning off voice accessibility features.
However, you cannot play the story in that one can you? Last I remember you also had to fly over a map.
How do I actually get this thing to work?