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Dragonball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (2007)

Dragon Ball Z: Sparking! Meteor (original title)
The third and final installment in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.




Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew Chandler ...
Cooler / Meta Cooler / Spopovich (voice) (as Andy Chandler)
Bill Townsley ...
Guldo / Cui / Babidi (voice)
Bojack / Syn Shenron (voice)
Bradford Jackson ...
King Cold / Oolong (voice) (as Brad Jackson)
Brandon Potter ...
Appule / Alien Announcer / Earthling 2 (voice)
Brice Armstrong ...
Captain Ginyu / Lord Slug / Senbe Norimaki (voice)
Chiaotzu / Arale Norimaki / Puar / Bulla (voice)
Chris Forbis ...
Dodoria (voice)
Turles / Earthling 4 (voice)
Hercule / Frieza Soldier 2 (voice)
Piccolo / Yamcha / Omega Shenron / Vegeta / Grandpa Gohan / King Vegeta / Zarbon / Recoome / Burter / Jeice / Salza / King Piccolo / Budokai Announcer / Shenron / Porunga / Korin / Mr. Popo (voice) (as Christopher R. Sabat)
Android 17 / Garlic Jr. / Android 13 / Super 17 / Emperor Pilaf (voice)
Chris Cason ...
Shuu (voice)
Mai / Zangya (voice)
Chi-Chi (voice)


The third and final installment in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.

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13 November 2007 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


When you do Mid Goku's Kamehameha, kaioken is misspelled as "kaiken". See more »


Tambourine: [Facing off against Krillin] What? I thought you were dead! Well, I guess I'll just have to kill you again!
Krillin: This time I won't let you do it!
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References Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler (1992) See more »

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The Tenkaichi series doesn't get any better than this...literally
28 April 2009 | by (Egypt) – See all my reviews

As much as I love the Dragonball Z video games and especially the tenkaichi series, I really think that Tenkaichi 3 is the magnum opus of the whole tenkaichi franchise. Seriously, I mean how can it get any better than this? We get to play with all the characters from the complete Dragonball universe, starting with a kid Goku and all the way up to Gogeta SSJ4 with a roster of 150 characters in the middle. We get to fight in the most famous arenas that appear in the show and in the movies, if not all the arenas. Even at The Other World's entrance aka Janemba's Hell. And the multiplayer is all that a fan can ask for. As a Dragonball Z fan, I see this as THE fighting game for the ps2. The challenging and the powerful modes will dare you for more, and there is room for improvement. Fight in a wide arena to really show your power.

Overall, I recommend this masterpiece to:

1) Dragonball Z fans

2) Fighting fans

3) People who are looking for a game to stay with them for a long time.

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