Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors (known in Japan as Dragon Ball Z: Bukuu Tougeki) is a 2D sci-fi fantasy free-form fighting game developed by Arc System Works and published for the Game Boy Advance in Japan (by Bandai on March 26, 2004), North America (by Atari on June 22, 2004), and Europe (by Bandai on August 27, 2004).
The second handheld fighting game adaptation of the Dragon Ball manga and anime (after Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu) and the first by Arc System Works (previously known for the Guilty Gear fighting game series), Supersonic Warrios is known for its freeform aerial combat (similar to the Psychic Force series) and optional tag-team battles. It covers key battles throughout the complete Dragon Ball Z storyline. Multiplayer is supported via link cable.
The game later received a sequel for the Nintendo DS, titled Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2.
The game includes 13 playable characters, each with three character "levels". Some character levels give the character a different apperance and moveset.