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DOS Games > Arcade Action > D > Dragonball Z for DOS

Dragonball Z

Genre: Arcade    |     Year: 1998    |     Publisher: Freeware    |     Developer: Freeware
Game Review (written by Donovanrules) Added on: 09/22/2006
This game was made by a fan of Dragonball-Z. This game is a 2d fighting game and its main characters are Goku and Krillin. This game can be played in either multiplayer or single player and since there are only two fighters (Goku and Krillin).
The graphics are not that great but itís in excellent condition for a game made by non professionals. The game does not run as smoothly as most people would like but, it is what Dragonball Z is all about. Hardcore fighting and using awesome skills has lots to do with Dragonball Z.

I first played this game in December last year and found it quite good at first. But, this game needs to have more of a 3d feel. It needs to run smoothly and it needs to have more characters. You can do many things in this game such as: jumping in the air and shooting incredibly cool blasts. This game can become quite thrilling when you see Goku turn to Super Saiyan or when you see Krillin shoot out some good blasts.
For me, I'd give this game a rating of about 6 out of 10. This game was really never finished and itís just kept simple. The only thing you have to do is start the game, pick a fighter and
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destroy your opponent. I loved this game in a sense that it reminded me of my favorite show, Dragonball Z. For me itís the greatest show on earth. It gives me such a thrill when I turn on the TV to watch Goku kicking Cell's butt or when I see Krillin using his small but deadly, destructor disc.
There have been several games made involving the great Dragonball Z fighters but this one would be ranked somewhere in the middle of the cluster. I recommend games with better graphics and games that would give you more feel to the game such as Dragonball Z: Budokia 3. This game could be a nice break to all the other games people usually like to play.
 
 
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Jerung (01/14/2008)
For me, I'd give this game a rating of about 6 out of 10. This game was really never finished and itís just kept simple. The only thing you have to do is start the game, pick a fighter and destroy your opponent. I loved this game in a sense that it reminded me of my favorite show, Dragonball Z. For me itís the greatest show on earth

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