None of the Amazon reviews I've seen were actually based on what's about DB:RB LE but rather comments/complaints.
So here's my review.
Dragon Ball: Raging Blast LE Xbox 360 is packed with a book which shows/explains all the work put into the game, the characters, and much more.
Then there's the steelbook case which includes, the manual, the dlc card with the code to download Super Saiyajin 3 Brolly, Music CD and the disc of the game.
The front character of the steelbook is Super Saiyajin Son Goku, and the rear is Super Saiyajin 3 Broli.
It also contains a plastic slip-cover with the "Xbox 360 / LIVE" at the top, the ratings at the bottom and the logo of the game in the middle.
About the packaging it's fantastic, if you want Broli on the front instead of Son Goku, just swap sides of the case and it's done.
The game has a lot of game modes, the original Dragon Ball Z full story, over 70 characters, plus many other things you'll definitely enjoy. The camera can be an issue at times, but it's pretty good, nonetheless.
You can customize the controls to your preference, as you like.
This is more for Dragon Ball hardcore fans than an average gamer, since it's an Limited Edition which contains more Dragon Ball stuff than the regular version.
The music on the game, I wish they used Shunsuke Kikuchi's which was used on the Japanese version, the EU/US is good but turns out to be too repetitive at times, since it's possible to listen to custom soundtracks I sometimes choose Kikuchi's music from the Z series which is a lot better, no possible comparison!
The graphics on this game are a bit too cartoony, but it's excellent due to the level of detail, it's possible to look at the character's face and see it all without any pixelation. A more "realistic" version of a Dragon Ball game is certainly "Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit", remember, DBZ:BL uses Budokai engine, just so you know.
This includes English and the original Japanese audio, also English subtitles.
I personally prefer Japanese dub with English subs, because I've always seen Dragon Ball with its original audio.
Hardcore fans = DB:RB LE
Regular gamers = DB:RB standard
I almost forgot at the back it literally says "Next Level Tenkaichi" making this the fourth game of the BT series "Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 4" .
This simply does not get five stars due to not having Kikuchi's music, but four stars is really good too.