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ドラゴンボール レイジングブラスト





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Release Dates

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

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Owners: 13
Favorite: 0
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 2
Now Playing: 1

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  • 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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    Sales History

    Total Sales
    1 6,470 21,917 11,541 6,204 46,132
    2 2,649 12,313 6,012 3,393 24,367
    3 1,927 18,302 4,203 4,197 28,629
    4 1,628 10,745 3,786 2,699 18,858
    5 1,650 10,766 3,387 2,634 18,437
    6 1,657 11,594 3,296 2,774 19,321
    7 1,458 14,649 3,318 3,351 22,776
    8 1,094 5,202 2,030 1,344 9,670
    9 398 2,972 998 737 5,105
    10 252 2,765 717 648 4,382

    Opinion (9)

    WarmachineX posted 19/02/2010, 04:08
    bah, i hate tenkaichi. I just want another burst limit with buu saga characters.
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    Mr Puggsly posted 11/02/2010, 01:00
    Wow, I didn't even know this game existed. Well its still $60, so it might have legs after price drops.
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    Garnett posted 10/02/2010, 06:41
    The story mode was decent but the freaking stars sh1t was dumb. So was the online, give me back my power level!!!

    This game flopped more than a fish out of water.
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    LordMatrix posted 07/12/2009, 10:43
    Earning stars to unlock things is lame. I prefer using credits like you did in all the previous games. They are trying to force you to play the game on hard with those dang things.
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    numb094 posted 02/12/2009, 08:39
    This game suffered poor promotion at the hands of Bandai Namco. I wouldn't worry about how bad its sales are, since this game was made strictly for diehard DBZ fans of the Tenkaichi series. Burst Limit had good promotion, but it didn't reach 1 million copies, while lesser promoted games have. Bandai will go more mainstream promotion with one that's not entirely directed at that demographic and has wider audience reach.
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    nen-suer posted 01/12/2009, 04:28
    why so low?
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