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DIG: Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans Review

The turn based RPG is far more versatile than people give it credit for. Though the action is limited to animations, it allows for stories to become much larger and the reliance on cut scenes detaches the characters from the player's direct control, which allows the more cinematic attacks, that Square banked a franchise on. Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans shows that versatility, but tries to force it into a shape unfamiliar to most RPG players.

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