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Dragon Ball Z Sparking! Meteor (Minna no Susume Selection)Dragon Ball Z Sparking! Meteor (Minna no Susume Selection)
Bandai Entertainment
Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
NTSC J / Fighting
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Dragon Ball Z Sparking! Meteor

Dragon Ball Z Sparking! Meteor

Bandai Entertainment
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Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
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Original Name  ドラゴンボールZ スパーキング!メテオ
Official Release Date Oct 04, 2007
Genre Fighting
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0001711424
Catalog No.  RVL-P-RDSJ
Item Code  4582224491834


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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:8

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fabiohnk5 (73) on 08, Dec. 2011 16:12 (HKT)
Dragon Ball Z Sparking! Meteor
Original voices and music for this good and funny anime game.
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Klodd (4) on 30, May. 2010 08:46 (HKT)
The learing curve for Sparkling! Meteor is very steep if you are new to the series and you can expect to have a few irritating moments before you get the hang of it. In the previous games, the tutorial was really long since you had to go through some actual in-game training after each part, this game focuses more on text and is very unforgiving if you forget something. Thus, it is very difficult in the beginning. Get the English version if you dont understand Japanese or read an online-tutorial.
Once you get the hang of it, this is every DBZ or "actionfighter"'s dream. The fighting is fast, smooth and fun. The variation between characters is a bit dull as the combo-sets are pretty much the same but it doesnt really matter since the constant action will keep you busy anyways.
The storymode is a dissapointment since you only get to see the battles and some characters that are talking arent acctually present on the scene. If you know the DBZ story from the start, you are probably not going to care anyways since it is a story retold so many times anyways.
Sound is good and the multiplayer-options are nice, although it seems that the wifi is pretty much dead now.
If you dont have this game and havent tried any of the earlier games in the series, this is a must have if you like fighting and/or DBZ.
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genkikid (7) on 25, Oct. 2009 09:00 (HKT)
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai
With birthdays close together, I recently bought 7 Wii games for my 2 boys (ages 5 and 8). This is the game they love the most! They love all aspects of this game - spending half of their time choosing which characters to be. The action is simple enough to learn quickly and colorful enough to keep them entertained for hours.
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Sai (3) on 21, Feb. 2008 21:11 (HKT)
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It's Awesome. However, The Story Mode Is...Dunno...Kinda VERY Short....
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Hisamuran (7) on 16, Feb. 2008 03:36 (HKT)
The best DBZ game to date
I also played Sparkling! Neo and in Sparkling! Meteor there are improvements, like more characters to play with, easy special techniques (now is enough to press one direction of the remote's d-pad and then make the same movements that an assistant shows on the edge of screen). Also, it's great to be able to select the music when you play vs mode.

Ah! I almost forgot, there's an online fighting mode via Nintendo Wi-Fi, a great addition to an already great game.

If you are a DBZ fan, you can't let this game pass by, go get it!
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