Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit

Global Total as of 30th Sep 2017 (units): 0.49m
Platform: Xbox 360Also on: PlayStation 3
Developer: Dimps Corporation Genre: Fighting

Total Units

North America: 0.24m 48.7%
+ Europe: 0.18m 36.1%
+ Japan: 0.03m 5.7%
+ Rest of the World: 0.05m 9.5%
= Global 0.49m

Release History

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit Namco Bandai GamesJapan05th June 2008Retail
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit AtariEurope06th June 2008Retail
Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit AtariNorth America10th June 2008Retail

Game Overview

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is a fighting game developed by Dimps Corporation and released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360.

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OMEGA R1PP3R117 (on 27 February 2010)
I have it on 360, i love it xD
numb094 (on 29 November 2009)
What on EARTH are you talking

Most of the DBZ games still
sell a million+ copies. See the
Tenkaichi series for example, and many
of those were still on the PS2. Hell,
the latest Tenkaichi 3 has sold over 2
million copies.

DBZ (20 years later)
> Naruto

Not one Naruto game has
reached a million copies it seems. When
DBZ was popular in the U.S. almost 10
years ago, its games sold well to 3
million copies. You should get your
facts straight before suggesting
something that ridiculous.

NSS7 (on 24 July 2009)
Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm and Naruto
Broken Bond both beat DBZ Burst Limit
PS3/X360 combined

Naruto > DBZ now
CaptainDJ (on 26 June 2009)
It seems like 360 owners don't like DBZ
games as much. :o
Egghead (on 25 December 2008)
Remember this is what you consider a
'casual' game in JP, so its marketed
to the average gamer who dont care about
the 360. If it released with little
advertising the 360 would have sold as
much given the userbase.

Also, the
game sold very well for the PS3 in EU,
so all of that made it sell better.
Still this sold nicel but
disappointingly in Japan
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