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Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai (2006)

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Andrew Chandler ...
Cooler (voice) (as Andy Chandler)
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King Yemma (voice)
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Vegeta / Piccolo / Vegito / Gogeta (voice)
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Android 18 (voice)
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Cell (voice)
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Trunks (voice)
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Kid Buu (voice)
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Gotenks (voice)
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Janemba (voice)
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Gohan / Pikkon (voice)
Linda Young ...
Frieza (voice)
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Goku / Vegito / Gogeta (voice)
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Gotenks (voice)
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Teen Gohan (voice)
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Krillin (voice)
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Action | Adventure

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Beautiful... Just beautiful !!
28 April 2009 | by See all my reviews

I really love this game because it is very well done in every aspect. It's like a portable budokai 3. I always carry this game around in my PSP's memory and this is one of a few games that really impressed me this way. Beautiful graphics, Beautiful environments and our beloved heroes all give out a seemingly flawless Dragonball Z game for the psp. I also think that the controls are easy to get used to and each character's ultimate move is a simple combination of buttons which give out a super duper attack!

Overall, I think this is a really beautiful and addicting game. I never get tired of playing it and I never get tired of killing the same old villains again because it is just so much fun. I really really REALLY recommend this game to all my fellow DBZ fans and non-fans as well. Because as much as this is pure Dragonball, it is a respectful fighting game in it's own standards. Get it now!


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