I’ve played a few sub-par Kinect titles on the XBox 360 at this point. Most of then have spotty motion detection at best, and many of them aren’t even much more fun playing with the Kinect instead of a regular controller. Though it’s hardly a must-play, or even worth spending much more than a couple of hours with, Dragon Ball Z for Kinect is neither spotty with its motion detection nor without its amusements while Kinect-ing it up.
Akira Toriyama himself actually played this game with his wife over the course of two days. He commented in an issue of Weekly Shounen Jump that “It was pretty rough dying immediately from a game over, but it was faithful to my source material and I was very excited about the differences. They weren’t all that far removed from it, and I really liked Konpei”.