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Dragon Ball: Attack of the Saiyans


Bandai Entertainment
Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide.
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features

  • Create a customized party and control fan-favorite characters including Goku®, Krillin®, Yamcha®, Gohan®, Tien®, and Piccolo™
  • Follow the events of the original Dragon Ball Z story from the World Tournament and Goku’s triumphant defeat of Piccolo through the Vegeta saga and all-new storylines exclusive to the game
  • Search through a vast world map and encounter enemies, find treasures and destroy obstacles with targeted Ki Blasts
  • Characters build experience, become stronger and learn, upgrade and execute powerful new skills and attacks
  • Fight against enemies with focused attacks and Super Skills or fill up your Rage Meter and unleash “Sparking” combos and Ultimate Skills

description

Based on the most popular anime series of all time, Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans is a brand new role-playing adventure where players battle as Goku and his Earth Defense Force allies to save the world from Vegeta and the threatening Saiyan enemies. Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans features a host of original features which will be sure to thrill fans of the series with unique game modes, fun side quests and new material never before seen in either the anime or manga series.

further info

Official Release Date Nov 10, 2009
Genre Action
Version  US
  ESRB Everyone 10
Titles rated E10+ (Everyone 10 and older) have content that may be suitable for ages 10 and older. Titles in this category may contain more cartoon, fantasy or mild violence, mild language and/or minimal suggestive themes.
PAX-Code PAX0002768824
Catalog No.  NTR-P-BRPE
Item Code  0722674700276
Players  1

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Average rating:  (4 out of 5)
Total votes:3

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Lainetar (2) on 23, Nov. 2010 02:13 (HKT)
Attack of the Saiyans
I was kinda disappointed at times at how easy the game seemed. I almost never had to buy any healing potions, since the monsters usually had loads of them with them and later on, as you got the more convenient Capsules, you actually didn't have to heal yourself at all, until you got to the boss fights. Still, there were some things that were hard or required more thinking, not to mention if you wanted to collect all the monsters for Kami or just wanted to add their info to your Scouter, you had to fight carefully so that you wouldn't actually kill the monsters before you got what you wanted.

What I liked was how you had to use certain tactics when fighting with different characters. For example, Yamcha's Wolf Fang Fist seemed to miss a lot, so once you learned the technique that raised his Accurary for a while, you learned to use that a lot before trying to strike. Goku's After Image Technique was pretty handy, too, and Active Guard, that was great!

The filler sagas weren't as annoying as I feared and I kinda enjoyed playing through them and trying to spot different cameos from the first Dragon Ball series. Unfortunately, these things weren't often explained so unless you are familiar with DB you're kinda left out of the joke. The character designs and animations were great and colourful (as well as the scenery) and I don't think there's anything as adorable as chibi-Gohan and chibi-Vegeta (I usually had Gohan as the field character because he was just so damn cute).

There didn't seem to be too many soundtracks, since I could hear the same musics in different stages. The voices were in Japanese, which was good (I just loved how Goku, Krillin and Yamcha said Kamehameha in different ways, always cracked me up for some reason) and especially Piccolo was just too damn cool.

For a hard-core DB-fan like myself, the game was enjoyable, but for someone who's looking more than just one gameplay (seriously, once you beat Vegeta it's over) it may be disappointing. Still, I'm looking forward for a possible sequel, just so that I could play as Vegeta!
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joshuawoodcock911 (10) on 08, Mar. 2010 12:57 (HKT)
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A good starter RPG which isnt too complicated. Its not particularly as hardcore RPGs such as Disgaea etc but it is a must if a Dragonball fan like me!
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