Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 (2004)

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This is the third installment in the awesome Dragon Ball Z: Budokai series.


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This is the third installment in the awesome Dragon Ball Z: Budokai series.

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This was available in two editions: a stand alone version with the game itself or a limited edition version with a DVD that included the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 - Behind the Screams (2005) documentary along with Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 official trailer as well as a mini Broly figurine. See more »


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Followed by Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit (2008) See more »

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The Best of the Budokai Trilogy
31 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

this game is the best Budokai Game ever and it's way better than the first 2 budokai games

For DBZ fans and Fighting Game Fans want it was a DBZ Video Game Masterpiece Right next to Tenkaichi 2 and Tenkaichi 3 and Legacy of Goku 2

the graphics are awesome

the game modes are fun

the musics are great

and one of the best parts about that game in the main story mode/Drgaon Universe you can fly around the Dragon ball world

in dragon universe mode and dragon arena mode you can level up your favorite characters and get stronger

great bonus features like voice player and the intro of budokai 2

but the bad part of budokai 3 is the endless dragon rush and hyper mode

this game is everything a DBZ fan could ask for

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