Dragon Ball Z: Goku Densetsu

Dragon Ball Z: Goku Densetsu

2007

System
DS
Publisher
Atari
Developer
Bandai Namco (2)

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Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 5/10

Overview

Also Known As
DBZ: Goku Densetsu
Number of Players
4
Genre
RPG, Strategy
Release Date

DS

  • 31st Aug 2007 (UK/EU)
Series
Dragon Ball Z
Tags
Anime
Official Site
dbz-videogames.com

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Reviews

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    Review Dragon Ball Z: Goku Densetsu

    Cardmehameha!

    [screenshot=468bc2098dbeb]Card Based Combat[/screenshot]Sorry, I had the overwhelming urge to begin this review with a play on words involving DBZ and cards… and that was the best I could do! Anyway, to the point. Dragon Ball Z is quite easily the most recognisable cartoon to come out of Japan. I remember the days of my childhood where I would wish to have the strength of Goku, the..

About The Game

DBZ: Goku Densetsu for the Nintendo DS is an all new DBZ experience unlike any other, combining strategic card-based gameplay and role playing elements to deliver a game that is easy to understand but hard to master. Players’ progression is determined through their use of the cards to evolve characters, strengthen moves and create new moves.

In the game, cards are marked with eight types of actions, eight power levels and eight guard levels for a total of 512 possible combinations that will determine progress. Players are dealt five randomly selected cards to play with each card denoting one of eight types of actions. The intensity of special attacks will increase as the game progresses and multiple cards can be played together to power up attacks and enhance guard levels for super combos. While the game will progress even if players do not choose the best cards, strategic players will be able to unlock more surprises and become true masters. DBZ: Goku Densetsu also supports wireless battle for up to 4 players and includes a game sharing mode.