Dragon Ball Z: Sagas

Moby ID: 21541
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Dragon Ball Z: Sagas is an action game that tells how the story of Dragon Ball Z began. Players can choose between six different heroes from the show, such as Goku, Gohan, and Piccolo. Their mission is to recreate the elements of the Saiyan-Cell Games Sagas. Along the way, they must fight evil enemies, as well as collect Z-Coins, to achieve new abilities and moves, and Capsules, which give more fighting power and energy. Some areas end with a boss fight (Raditz, Nappa, Captain Ginyu, Frieza, and Cell).

The single-player mode features three difficulty levels. The game also has a co-op mode, where any chapter from the single-player mode can be selected, but with a higher difficulty level.

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Average score: 50% (based on 15 ratings)

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Average score: 3.4 out of 5 (based on 17 ratings with 1 reviews)

What did they do to Dragonball Z?!!!

The Good
There are only a few redeeming qualities. The fact that its Dragonball Z and that's not going on much and the fact that you can upgrade your characters skill set and collecting stuff to increase your health and ki is passable but that's it.

The Bad
I expect a game to at least be replayable once but everything about this game makes me want to beat this game over with a sledgehammer. First there there is only two songs to the entire game, TWO! The fact that it only goes to the Cell Saga is bearable considering DBZ sucked after that anyway. The repetitive enemy set is boring. You can only use energy attacks in the level itself and melee attacks in boss fights because the game forbids it by accident. The lock-on is non-existent to me since you could only enemies up close anyways. Plus, you could only play as the heroes plus Broly. Obviously the developer didn't even play the other DBZ games before making this steaming, stinking pile of grade A monkey crap!

The Bottom Line
Everyone should not play this game, even the most hardcore DBZ fans should stay away and tell your friends not to play either. Playing the original Budokai game is better and cheaper at this point. We'll be seeing Sagas in the bargain bin very shortly.

PlayStation 2 · by Jacob Gens (1115) · 2009

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Game added March 8, 2006. Last modified March 14, 2023.