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An action RPG that chronicles the entire Dragon Ball Z storyline.
A 4-on-4 battle game in the Dragon Ball Z universe.
From the developers of the Guilty Gear Xrd series of fighting games comes a more traditional tag-team fighting game adaptation of the Dragon Ball manga and anime.
A traditional 2D fighting game from the developers of the Guilty Gear and Blazblue series, boasting optional tag-team gameplay and almost 100 assist characters.
DragonBall Z: Dokkan Battle is a free-to-play mobile game based on the DragonBall Z anime series.
Four-player simultaneous fighting game set in the Dragon Ball Z universe.
Dragon Ball Rhythm/Fighting game for mobile devices.
This collection contains the HD versions of DBZ Budokai & Budokai 3.
A first-person fighting game making use of the Xbox 360's Kinect peripheral, using full-body motion sensing to allow players to move along to the action (while making them look ridiculous in the process).
The seventh Dragon Ball fighting game from Spike revamps the gameplay and roster yet again while adding a new original single player campaign with a customizable Saiyan protagonist.
A Japanese-exclusive arcade 3D fighting game adaptation of the Dragon Ball manga and anime series, featuring two-on-two multiplayer (both linked-machine and online) and a plethora of post-release content.
A spiritual sequel to the Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden series of fighting games, featuring the same unique art style as the studio's earlier Dragon Ball: Origins series of games.
An arcade Dragon Ball based card game released only in Japan
The sequel to Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, bringing a new art style, new gameplay modes, and 26 new playable characters and transformations (most of whom are from the Dragon Ball Z animated films and specials).
A handheld spin-off of the "Budokai Tenkaichi" series of fighting games based on the Dragon Ball manga and anime. Its notable feature is its two-on-two tag-team gameplay, with four-player multiplayer support.
A Korean/Japanese MMORPG set in the Dragon Ball universe. The game starts out on Earth -- 216 years after the conclusion of the comic.
A spiritual successor to the "Budokai Tenkaichi" fighting game series based on the Dragon Ball manga and anime series, bringing Spike's gameplay to seventh-generation consoles.
A turn-based sprite-based role-playing game set in the Dragon Ball Z universe from the makers of the Xenosaga and Baten Kaitos series.
Data Carddass Dragon Ball Kai Dragon Battlers was released in 2009 only in Japan, in arcade.It was the first game to have Super Saiyan 3 Broly as well as Super Saiyan 3 Vegeta. This game is based off of characters from Dragon Ball Z. The game's main feature is having two characters use a team attack such as Gotenks and Gogeta or Cell and Frieza. The graphics are similar to Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 and Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World.
Marking the last appearance of the Dragon Ball Z franchise on the PlayStation 2, Infinite World builds upon the formula used in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 by revamping the game engine, adding a new story mode, and updating the roster (including more Dragon Ball GT characters).
A spiritual successor to the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai series of fighting games, Burst Limit marks the first appearance of the Dragon Ball series on seventh-generation consoles.
Data Carddass Dragon Ball Z W Bakuretsu Impact was released only in Japan in 2008 as the fourth DCDBZ game,in arcade. It is based on Dragon Ball Z.
The last game in the original "Budokai Tenkaichi" trilogy of fighting games based on the Dragon Ball manga and anime series, bringing the total character roster to over 140.
The third game in the Data Cardass fighting series, released for Japan Arcade's only.
The second handheld spinoff of the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai series, Another Road features a new original story involving the resurrection of Majin Buu in the "alternate" timeline.
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.
The second in the "Budokai Tenkaichi" trilogy of Dragon Ball fighting games, adding dozens of new characters and transformations (for a total roster of 120).
Released only in Japan, Data Cardass Dragon Ball Z 2 is a sequel to the original fighting game released for arcades.
Webfoot's final two DragonBall games collected on a single cartridge.
A handheld spin-off of the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai games (and the first Dragon Ball game released for the PlayStation Portable), Shin Budokai ties in with the animated film Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn (and was released in tandem with the film's English dub).
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