Dragon Ball Z: Budokai (2002)

Video Game   |  Action, Fantasy, Sci-Fi


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Play as Goku and a host of other Dragon Ball Z characters as you make your way through the Saiyan, Namekian, and Android sagas, or compete as your favorite character in the World Tournament mode.


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Akira Toriyama (characters)

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31 October 2003 | Wassup2
nice fighting game
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai is the best Dragon Ball Z game ever. They used the actors from the tv show and they translated the characters well to being 3d. The combo based system works better for this game than a basic fighting game's style would. Although this isn't one of the best fighting games around, if you're a DBZ fan, get this game!

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Release Date:

3 December 2002

Language

Japanese, English


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Japan, USA

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