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New Dragon Ball Z Game Due to Hit the Shelves in January | Martial Arts Video Games

The new Dragon Ball Z game that was announced in March 2013 and is scheduled for release on January 28, 2014. It will be available on the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and the PS Vita, and will feature the option to alternate between the PS3 and PS Vita, saving on one and then continuing play on the other. Up to four players can join together to complete missions online, but unfortunately there is no option for a second player on the same console. (Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, Namco Bandai, PS Vita, PS3, Xbox 360)

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ShockUltraslash  +   513d ago
Are there more Mario titled games or DBZ?
princejb134  +   513d ago
Probably dbz
There's been dbz games since the snes days
True. I remember reading that Goku has the title for most video game appearances by any video game character. So it's safe to assume there are more dbz games than mario.
Rob7274  +   513d ago
Vita.Purchase!

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