This game was the third and last Butouden of the Dragon Ball fighting game series for the Super Famicom released in 1994.
This game had the least playability out of all the other burdens. There is no story mode, which automatically cuts your options down to playing with friends or against the computer. Unless you have some really challenging friends, then it gets boring very quickly, and playing in the Tenkaichi Budokai mode, which isn’t as exciting as it sounds, you pick eight characters, they randomize the order you fight/play them in. You fight until there is only one person left. That person is the winner; only after that, you get to see the credits (which are weirdly done in English). The characters in the game are pretty good. You got SSj Gokuu, SSj Mirai Gohan, SSj Chibi (small) Trunks, SSj Vegeta, Majin Buu, Kaioshin, Dabura, Jinzoningen Juuhachi-Gou (Android 18), and the secret character, Mirai no Trunks. However, they left out a few of the characters that should have been in, such as Piccolo, or Cell, or even Mr. Satan (Hercule). However, the game is still pretty good with the characters they have.
The controls in this game are just like Butouden 2. Movement is responsive, and all the special attacks are straightforward to do. They even made a better chance. Charging up your ki to make special ki attacks is now much faster. It takes only a few seconds to attain a full ki bar. Firing your special ki attacks also takes less time. The improved speed is a great improvement for this game.
You still press the X button to float/land, press Y and B to charge up your Blast. Just like Butouden 2, the split-screen can drift apart when one ison land and one is floating. The noticeable changes are perhaps the moves and some new characters like Boo, Gotenks, trucks, etc. Controls are slightly better as actions are now more intense and fast-paced. Most of the original characters have some upgraded moves.