Raging Blast 2's art style nails the look of Akira Toriyama's now-ancient action anime franchise. Several other Dragon Ball games fumbled the transition into 3D, but Raging Blast 2 gets it right -- much like its predecessor did. The action is fast-paced and usually well-animated, though iffy hit detection prevents each brawl from looking as awesome as it does in the television show. The low point of the visuals is the interface, which looks like it was cheaply thrown together.
This game looks great, but the sound quality is sub-par. The voice acting of the entire series has been a subject of ridicule for a good while. (Don't believe me? Do a quick Google or YouTube search for "Over 9000") It's here in all its campy glory, so if you like it, you won't have anything to complain about. Each title in this series sports its own bland J-Rock anthem, and Raging Blast 2 features "Battle of Omega." It's the kind of aural dreck you'd get if you strangled the lead singer of Coheed and Cambria while forcing him to sing in Japanese.