Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 is a video-game developed by the Dimps Corporation and published by Atari Inc. It was created exclusively for the PlayStation 2 console from Sony and released in November 2004. It is classed as a cross between an action title and a role-playing game, featuring influences from fighting and martial-arts games. It is based on the anime and manga properties that bear the same name.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 is the third game in the series and the gameplay is much improved over the initial two releases. There's a new Fatigue system implemented, in addition to the changes that make the Ki meter much more important. There are now beam struggles that launch when two beams meet in the air and there's also an option, which allows flight in the middle of all combat encounters. One element of the other games that is brought back is the capsule system. All characters can be upgraded using the capsules found in the game world.
The story mode is based on the Dragon Universe. There are 11 characters to choose from and two maps to explore, Planet Earth and Namek. There are capsules, Dragon Balls and Zennie to be collected on both of them. The events depicted in the title span the time frame from Saiyan Saga to the Kid Buu Saga. If the player wants to get everything out of the game, the Dragon Universe story mode must be played through several times with various characters.
GLITCHES See through wall
Once you have acquired the Dragon Arena and have battled an enemy, choose a person to battle and any place to go fight. The general will start talking. Once that happens, look up at the top of the screen. You will see the garage. Go up into the wall and you will be able to see it through it.