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Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai Videos and Trailers - PSP

  • Publisher: Atari
  • Genre:Fighting
  • Developer: Dimps
  • Release Date:Mar 8, 2006
  • # of Players:2 players
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Violence)
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Game Description:The frenzied combat of Dragon Ball Z makes its PSP debut with DBZ: Shin Budokai, where wireless multiplayer melees send the franchise hurtling into an explosive new dimension. For the first time, Dragon Ballers will be able to set up wireless tournaments anywhere. The intense multiplayer showdowns will deliver all the best features of DBZ combat, from airborne maneuvers to counter-attacks to Ki (energy) management. And it's all powered by a revved-up version of DBZ's patented Saiyan Overdrive Fighting System. Shin Budokai features 18 playable characters (including prize fighter Pikkon), seven game modes (including single-player battles and Story Mode), and the ability to transform into character's more powerful forms mid-game.
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