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Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokūden - Totsugeki-hen (SNES)

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The first of the two "interactive fighters" for SNES based on the famous manga series Dragon Ball. "Totsugeki Hen" tells the story of the hero, Son Goku, following the first volume of the manga. The boy Son Goku meets a mysterious girl named Bulma, and she sends him on a mission to obtain the magical Dragon Balls. Naturally, Bulma is not the only one needing those Balls, so that the young hero will soon have to face and defeat some bad guys, including his first true rival Piccolo.

The game puts you in control of Son Goku only during battles or when there is a possibility to make a choice and to influence the storyline. There is no other gameplay in the game except fighting and picking answers from menu. The fights are one-on-one: you pause them by pressing the start button, and then program Son Goku, making him execute various moves: dash, kick, special attack, etc. Every attack can be countered by an enemy attack, and you have to follow the enemy's move pattern in order to attack and defend successfully.

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Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokūden - Totsugeki-hen SNES Starting the game
Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokūden - Totsugeki-hen SNES Fighting a reptile
Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokūden - Totsugeki-hen SNES Conversation outside
Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokūden - Totsugeki-hen SNES Fighting Bulma's car

Alternate Titles

  • "ドラゴンボールZ 超悟空伝 突激編" -- Japanese spelling

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אולג 小奥 (168833) added Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokūden - Totsugeki-hen (SNES) on Jun 28, 2004