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    Dragon Ball Z: Sagas

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Mar 22, 2005

    From the studio behind the Tak series of games comes a third-person action game adaptation of the Dragon Ball series released exclusively in North America. Up to two players can combo their way through the first two-thirds of the Dragon Ball Z storyline.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Dragon Ball Z: Sagas last edited by AlexB4tman on 12/15/21 11:14PM View full history


    Dragon Ball Z: Sagas is a 3D sci-fi fantasy third-person action beat-'em-up developed by Avalanche and published by Atari for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube exclusively in North America on March 22, 2005.

    Based on the Dragon Ball manga and anime series, Sagas puts players in the role of a Z Warrior throughout 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). An additional player can join in co-operatively, which puts them in the role of another Z Warrior.

    Along with being the only non-handheld game in the series to not be released in the series' native Japan, it is the only game in the series to be released across all main sixth-generation video game consoles at the time. It is also the only game in the series to be released on the original Xbox.

    Character Roster

    The game includes 11 playable characters, most of which with multiple outfits. Although the main story mode locks both players to specific characters based on the mission, Pendulum Mode allows players to choose their character for each mission.

    Game Credits

    • Development - Aaron Walker
    • Development - Adam Ford
    • Development - Al Mecklenburg
    • Development - Alex Olmos
    • Development - Barry Zundel
    • Development - Benson Yee
    • Development - Brent Critchfield
    • Development - Bryan Lefler
    • Development - Chefi Hawley
    • Development - Dallin Haws
    • Development - Dave McClellan
    • Development - Del Campbel
    • Development - Gabe Avila
    • Development - Jeff Oxburrow
    • Development - Jim Henns
    • Development - Joe Barnnes
    • Development - Jon Bray
    • Development - Jon Warner
    • Development - Justin Kunz
    • Development - Kristen Yee
    • Development - Lauriann
    • Development - Marcus Fisher
    • Development - Matt Parrish
    • Development - Mike Olmos
    • Development - Nate Robbins
    • Development - Rodney Olmos
    • Development - Scott Stoddard
    • Development - Scott Yoho
    • Development - Todd Blackburn
    • Development - Tyler Colburt
    • Voice of: Piccolo and Vegeta - Chris Sabat
    • Voice of Bulma - Tiffany Vollmer
    • Voice of Henchman/Guldo - Bill Townsley
    • Voice of Ginyu - Brice Armstrong
    • Voice of Android 17 - Chuck Huber
    • Voice of Cell - Dameon Clarke
    • Voice of Red Ribbon army - Duncan Brannan
    • Voice of Trunks - Eric Vale
    • Voice of Tien/Saibamen - John Burgmeier
    • Voice of Cell Jr. - Justin Cook
    • Voice of Dr. Gero - Kent Williams
    • Voice of Narrator/Gohan - Kyle Hebert
    • Voice of Dende - Laura Bailey
    • Voice of Frieza - Linda Young
    • Voice of Android 18 - Meredith McCoy
    • Voice of Master Roshi - Mike McFarland
    • Voice of Nappa - Phil Parsons
    • Voice of Android 19 - Phillip Wilburn
    • Voice of Goku/King Kai - Sean Schemmel
    • Voice of Krillin/Bardock - Sonny Strait
    • Voice of Gohan - Stephanie Nadolny
    • Voice of Broly - Vic Mignogna

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