Sports and Exercise
Apart from the usual things kids do now a days such as texting, television, games and internet usage it is also great to get outside and flex those muscles! For all human beings and especially growing kids, it’s important to maintain a healthy, balanced life and part of living that type of way includes daily exercise to help your muscles grow and continue to get stronger. Of course, not everybody can enjoy things such as jogging or working out, which is why sports like basketball, hockey, soccer, football and even games like tag can be a great way to make sure you get exercise while playing a simple game with your friends. If you want to get in good shape, or even just lose weight and try to slim down but you’re not big on exercise there are many other alternatives to help you. One of these methods is simply to eat better, no more fried junk food or candy, chocolates and sweets, but simply try a nutrition meal or just not eating late at night. If you can follow a plan to eat better, your body will naturally become more agile and allow you to do things such as work out or play sports easier since you have a healthy intake of food and you will be full of life and energy every day. Another reason to inspire yourself to do this is you will overall be a more happy person, you will have more energy and won’t feel so sluggish in your day to day routine. It will become easier to get up in the morning, you will sleep better, and your general health will also greatly improve. Exercising, doing sports, and eating better is a difficult task but in the end it’s good for you and will allow you to live a long happy life, on top of that the longer you do it for the easier it gets so don’t fear anything because the first day will always be the hardest.
Dragon Ball Z Games
Dragon Ball Z Mugen Edition 2 is a fan game created by . Using the Mun game engine, he compiled characters and locations from old Dragon BAll Z games for a Mugen Convertion. Usually anime fighters are the bottom of the barrel in the genre. That may apply here as well.
With lifebars and backgrounds taken from old DBZ games, fans of the cartoon will love the look. Everything has the feel of Dragon Ball Z. Music and sound effectsreally remind you of the show. The only thing missing are the long, drawn out speaches between fights.
Just about every character that mattered in Dragon Ball Z is in this game. From Vegeta to Buu, and everyone in between. The creator didn’t try to include every character from every Dragon Ball series. Thats a good thing. It makes the game seem somewhat balanced.
Balenced untill you reach the final boss that is. Broli is just as overpowered in this Dragon Ball Z game as he was in the movie. I understand wanting to go for acuratcy, but it’s rediculas how much health he has. Heres a pro tip: Press F1 to kill the mofo’ instantly.
Don’t expect to have many interesting match ups. Most of the characters in this game play the same. Its like having a Street Fighter roster full of Ryu’s. They don’t differ enough to warrent someone playing as more than one character. PIck your favorite fighter from the show, and enjoy a brawl or three.
Controls are a major low point for this game. It plays exactally like the SNES and Genises games the sprites are from. If the creators used a new control sceme it may have turned out better. As it stands, this game really suffers from its source material.
While this is a great effort, I cannot recommend this game to non Dragon Ball Z fans. It is basically a recreation ofb a bad game. Those who are still crazy about the cartoon will get a kick out of it. Others will be annoyed by horrid control scheme, and lack of depth.