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Alternative Names

ドラゴンボール レイジングブラスト

Developer

Spike

Genre

Fighting

Other Versions

X360

Release Dates

11/10/09 Namco Bandai
11/12/09 Namco Bandai
11/13/09 Namco Bandai

Community Stats

Owners: 24
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 7
Now Playing: 3

Summary

  • Based on the popular Dragon Ball Z series – Relive pivotal moments from the Dragon Ball Z series with more than 100 epic battles or experience alternate moments not included in the original series!
  • Fight as all of your favorite characters – Including transformations, battle as more than 70 playable characters including Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, Krillin, Vegeta, Frieza, Android 16, Cell and Broly.
  • Massive worlds with destructible environments – Feel the destructive power of your attacks as you alter any of the 10 large-scale battlefields. Smash your opponent to bits or inflict massive damage by embedding them into mountains, buildings and debris!
  • Multiple modes of play – Hone your techniques in the Dojo and then put them to the test in either the Dragon Battle Collection or Super Battle Trial single-player modes. Ready to face-off against friends? Challenge them in a variety of offline or online multiplayer modes, including Versus and the World Tournament Online!
  • Powerful and customizable attacks – Live the Dragon Ball Z experience with signature moves and Super Attacks, including the all new “Super Rising” move. During team battles, characters fight together, freely switching between members and assisting one another with support actions. You can also improve your characters’ abilities through item and Super Attack customization, equipping them with your favorite moves to match your fighting style.
  • Anime-inspired HD graphics – The hit franchise comes to life! The next-gen systems deliver high quality cel-shaded graphics in stunning HD and include impressive visuals such as GlowFX and Radial Blur.
  • Unlockable content – Earn D-Points to unlock new abilities and items!
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    Game Information Updated oliist 10th Feb 2010
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    Game Information Updated Fab_GS 19th Nov 2009

    Sales History

    Total Sales
    0.11m
    Japan
    0.37m
    NA
    0.19m
    Europe
    0.10m
    Others
    0.77m
    Total
    1 60,699 31,544 28,594 16,457 137,294
    2 16,495 19,030 12,710 8,153 56,388
    3 9,585 22,019 7,917 6,985 46,506
    4 6,138 11,490 5,891 4,267 27,786
    5 4,899 10,863 5,132 3,873 24,767
    6 4,366 12,169 4,537 3,906 24,978
    7 3,462 13,126 4,425 4,039 25,052
    8 2,158 5,730 2,795 2,069 12,752
    9 767 3,641 1,492 1,210 7,110
    10 442 3,624 1,235 1,116 6,417

    Opinion (26)

    The_Joker_Product posted 09/12/2011, 11:04
    This sold nearly 1.1 million now, thats not far from Burst Limit.
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    Bruno Muņoz posted 02/12/2011, 01:13
    Dragon Ball: Raging Blast
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    Frieza posted 14/05/2010, 10:12
    Burst Limit only sold 1.2 million.
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    dark_gh0st_b0y posted 08/05/2010, 07:10
    dissapointing sales if you ask me, 0.70 for two platforms, where BT3 Wii sold 0.90

    i guess they should have made BT4 Wii instead
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    AdventWolf posted 10/02/2010, 04:52
    So this is a DBZ game, not a Dragon Ball game?
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    scottsdone posted 17/01/2010, 01:17
    The graphic improvement is quite large when you play them back to back like I did. The only problem is fighting in the air doesn't really feel like you're fighting in the air.

    Stages need to be larger and better scaled to your size, and when you actually knock your opponent into a building/mountain it needs to explode into a cloud of dust/dirt and more than 5-6 pieces of rubble.

    Melee combat also needs more control and depth.
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