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    Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu

    Game » consists of 0 releases. Released Mar 21, 2007

    The Dragon Ball series's first Nintendo DS outing and a spiritual successor to the card-based RPGs that were originally released on the Famicom.

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    Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu last edited by BrianLu765 on 05/09/19 03:07PM View full history


    Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu (known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Goku Densetsu, which loosely translates to "Dragon Ball Z: Legend of the Distant Goku", and in Europe as Dragon Ball Z: Goku Densetsu) is a sci-fi fantasy RPG developed by BEC and published for the Nintendo DS in Japan (by Namco Bandai on March 21, 2007), North America (by Atari on June 5, 2007), and Europe (by Namco Bandai on August 31, 2007).

    A spiritual successor to the six Famicom RPG adaptations of the Dragon Ball manga and anime series (as well as Dragon Ball Z: Chou Saiya Densetsu), Harukanaru Densetsu builds upon the RPG series's random card-based system. It takes place throughout the first two thirds of the main Dragon Ball Z storyline, including the invasion of the Saiyans, the journey to Namek, and the fight against the androids of Dr. Gero.

    It is the first game of this RPG style to be released outside of Japan and the first to feature two-player versus multiplayer (via local Wi-Fi).


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