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All games reviewed by Juice unless stated otherwise. These reviews reflect my personnal opinions on the games and are not intended to anger or discriminate any of the games, game owners, game players or game creators. If you would like to post your own game review, codes or comment about mine, just e-mail me.


PlayStation Games

DragonBall GT: Final Bout

Review: The first time I played this game, franctly, I thought it sucked. I didn't know much about the DB story and to me, it was just a mediocre fighting game. The second time I played, maybe a couple of months later, when I had more DB knowledge, I loved it! I highly recomend this game for DragonBall fans. The graphics aren't that sharp and the gameplay isn't either but this game is fun and addictive for some reason. I enjoyed the story mode and I had fun winning battles and boosting my characters. Ultra Gameplayers ranked this game 6.8 out of a possible 10. This game proves that numbers don't change the satisfaction you receive when playing it. If you happen to own an original, US copy of this game, consider yourself lucky because there were only around 10 000 copies made. I have seen it sell for upto 300$ on eBay.

Codes: At the title screen (the one with the options to enter the sound options), enter this combination on the control pad: right, left, down, up, right, left, down, up. You should hear a tone. All the characters and their powered up versions should be selectable now! If you want to battle as Super Saiyan 4 Goku, enter the same code at the title screen and wait for the tone. Now press triangle FIVE times, then square NINE times. If done correctly, another tone will sound. The title screen will be different and SS4 Goku is now a selectable character.


DragonBall Z Legends

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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DragonBall Z Ultimate Battle 22

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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Super Famicom/SNES Games

The super famicom is the japenese equivalent to the americans SNES. You can play SF games on the SNES system but you system will require a special modification, somewhat like the MOD chip for the PSX.

DBZ Hyper Dimension

Review: Great game! Out of all the fighting DB games on the SNES console, DBZ Hyper Dimension is the best. The graphics are sharp, the play control is pretty good and it has more replay value than you would actually think. There is story mode, tournament and 1 on 1 battle. This game is also quite less agonizing than any of the Supa Budoten games because it takes much less time to recharge and you do not have to be a screen length away from your opponent to perform a large Ki attack. There are 10 characters you can battle with including Freeza and Boo. I highly recommend this game for SNES or SNES Emulator owners.

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DBZ Supa Budoten

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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DBZ Supa Budoten 2

Review: I haven't played the first Supa Budoten yet but I believe this is the best game of the trilogy. The graphics are pretty cool and the contols are easy to master. Although this fighting game isn't as good as DBZ Hyper Dimension, I still recommend this game for DB fans. There is a story mode which takes you through the Cell saga. You can take control of Gohan and stay true to the DB story or choose Trunks, Vegeta or Piccolo to change history. There is also 1 on 1 battle and tournament options. You can fight as 10 different characters including the legendary super saiyan Broly.

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DBZ Supa Budoten 3

Review: Out of the three installments of the DBZ supa budoten series, and the two I played, DBZ Supa Budoten 3 is the one I less prefered. The graphics are better than SB 2, there are more and better characters to choose from but this game does not have the story mode which makes the replay value far less. If you want a good DBZ figthing game to play with somebody, I would recommend it but if you want the story mode option, get DBZ Supa Budoten 2 or, even better, DBZ Hyper Dimension. On a scale from 1 to 10, I would rank this game a 3 1/2. If it had a story mode, I would rank it at least a 7.

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DBZ Supa Saiya Densetsu

Review: This game was the first DB RPG released on the Super Famicom system and I must say, it's a really good game. Although I wouldn't compare it to the likes of Chrono Trigger or Final Fantasy 3, this is still a pretty good RPG and an even better game for DB fans. I played the japanese version of this game and the language does not take away from the gameplay and after about half an hour, I had pretty much mastered the controls. The game begins when Raditz kidnaps Gohan and ends after you defeat Freeza. Like any RPG, you have HP and MP however, in this game, the MP is represented by KI. Also, just like any RPG, you must train your characters to gain levels and in DB Supa Saiya Densetsu, you must also boost your battle power. I highly recommend this game for DB fans and somewhat recommend it for hardcore RPG fans. The battles are fought with battle cards, some you use to perform Ki attacks and others to perform physical attacks. You can have upto nine different characters in your team at once including: Goku, Piccolo, Gohan, Tien, Krilin, Yamcha, Chaozu, Dende, Nameks and Vegeta. I know I'm repeating myself but I just think this is a really good game and I recommend it for DB and RPG fans.

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DBZ Supa Gokuden Totsugekihen

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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DBZ Supa Gokuden Kakuseihen

Review: This is a Adventure/RPG style of game and when I began playing this game, I thought it was pretty cool. Until the first battle. The combat system is pretty complicated but I was playing the japenese version so I don't know if it's that complicated in english. Your first battle is versus Bulma, in her car, and the story preogresses until your battle versus Demon Piccolo. The graphics are pretty nice. I didn't play this game very much so I can't comment about it that much. The only thing that I can say is unless you understand japanese, the combats are difficult. That's what turned me off from this game. Maybe it's just me but that's how this game makes me feel. I would prefer to play DBZ Supa Saiya Densetsu and would recommend that game for RPG fans more than this one.

Review (by Miclo2k): The game begins at the very beginning until you defeat Demon Piccolo. It's a pretty cool game but it's not very challenging. I played the japanese version so I do not understand any of the conversations going on between the characters. I don't know if you can have a variety of characters in your team but I only have Goku...so far. The battles are complicated, once I attacked the enemy around 20 times and still didn't defeat it. On 10, I would give this game a 6.

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Famicom/NES Games

The famicom is the japenese equivalent of the americans NES system.

DB Daimao Fukkatsu

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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DB Shenron No Nazo

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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DB II Gekishin Furiza!!

Review: I downloaded this game and was so excited to play it. Then, I remembered what kind of technology the NES had. I shouldn't say that NES graphics suck but after not playing NES games for more or less 6 years, and being used to PSX and N64 type graphics, of course you're going to think they suck. I played this game for two minutes and then deleted my NES Emulator because although I thought it would bring back some chilhood memories, it was just attrocious. If the year would've been 1991 maybe I would've liked this game but we're in 2001 so...no.

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DBZ Kyoshu ! Saiyajin

Review: Scroll up to the Gekishin Furiza review because I feel the same way about this game.

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DB 3 Songokuden

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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DBZ Gekito Tenkaichi Budokai

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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DBZ Gaiden Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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DBZ III Ressen Jinzoningen

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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Game Boy Games

DBZ Goku Gekitoden

Review: Another DB RPG. Had I played the american version, perhaps I woudl've liked this game, however, that was not the case. I played the japanese version and the first battle is versus a Goku clone...that's as far as I got. The japanese totally takes the fun out of the game because there are so many menus and submenus that it gets too complicated. The only DB RPG that I enjoyed playing very much was DBZ Super Saiya Densetsu. Unlike it's SNES counterpart, the japanese makes this game very complicated to play.

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DBZ Goku Hishoden

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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Sega Saturn Games

DBZ Shin Budoten

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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Gameboy Advance Games

DragonBall Z: The Legacy of Goku

Review: When I play this game, I will review it.

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