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For the most part Dragon Ball video games that have been coming out have been either mediocre fighters (the Budokai Tenkaichi series) or poor adventure games (PS2’s Infinite World). To fix this and hopefully bring back the sanctity of the Dragon Ball name, developer Media Vision decided to go back (way back) to the start of it all: the beloved first series. The main question is: Were they able to create a game that is as good and wholesome as the original anime?
We got an email from Muzzy Lane, the guys behind Making History: The Calm and the Storm about four weeks back. I never heard of it until now, so I went out and bought the game. Damn, this is a great game!!! When I went up to the table at PAX East they were showing the new Making History 2.
The final audio interview from PAX East 2010 (ironic since it was the first one we did) comes from Sam Houston, the Social Media Man from Perfect World Entertainment. What he had to show us kind of surprised us.
On Friday we sat down with Jason Pecho, one of the developers of the DePaul University-created Devil's Tuning Fork. What he had to show and say has given me hope that this game could be this year's Portal.