I can’t think of a better theoretical quality roller coaster than an anime-based game.
These sorts of projects are an inevitability, but it really matters who works on them. Sometimes Spike Chunsoft will churn out a polarizing brawler. Other times, Ganbarion will toss a flier.
But for the most part, CyberConnect2 is one of the most reliable anime game factories in town: so it doesn’t surprise me that they were tasked with helming one of the most nostalgia-bursting Dragon Ball games in recent memory, Kakarot.