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Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 Pack Shot

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3

hodo you dodge the attack and teleport

 
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Guest asks: Added Sep 22nd 2010, ID #166459

hodo you dodge the attack and teleport

how do you dodge the attack and teleport
 
 

 
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Added 24th Sep 2010, ID #357609
to dodge attacks in ps2 press the O button you will say its guard I know when he is still hiting you press triangle button you will dodge many attacks and hit him and for teleportations there are many ways 1st:have max power mode and run pressing x while you are running press O you will teleport and 2nd: before the enemy attacks you with an energy wave right before it hits you press O this will make you teleport 3rd: its found in charachters like goku[end] instant transsmition cell perfect and kid buu
 
 
 
 
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Added 8th Sep 2012, ID #537768
Teleportation combos such as hold square,then press triangle,then X,then square,then triangle,then X,then square,then triangle,then finally O
 
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Guest said: 18th Dec 2013 | REPORT
how to teleport
 
 
 
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Added 21st Feb 2015, ID #656231
Its quite simple actually. If you go to Training in the Practice mode, Chapter 7 will teach you this technique. When an opponent performs strikes or sends weak or strong Ki blast waves (such as the Kamehameha wave), press G+D-pad in the direction of your opponent. If timed right before the attack hits you, you will dodge the attack and reappear behind your opponent where you will strike them from behind. Pursue attacks can be done after a big attack (such as P+K or the Kamehameha wave). Once one of them is performed, press the E button directly proceeding. When this is done you will continue follow them and reappear behind the opponent, striking them as you proceed.

Tips: It is easier to perform a pursue after P+K attack instead of the Kamehameha wave.

Warnings: Both techniques require Ki to perform. Be sure to keep a substantial amount preceding the technique of your choosing. Also, beware that these techniques can be reversed and used against you after or during the performed technique.
 
 
 
 
 

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