Summary: While I'm not a huge DBZ fan, I am a huge fan of the developers. its an RPG by Monolith so I had to pick this up, and I'm glad it did. This game is a lot simpler then other Monolith RPG's (like Xenoblade or Super Robot Taisen OG Saga Endless Fronteir) but just as enjoyable. It reminds me a lot of Chrono Trigger actually, and some of the same people worked on both titles.
Summary: To start,this is the first real dragonball z rpg game ever made. Ths Legacy of Goku for GBA doesn't count (at least in my opinion.) I have been a fan of DBZ since I was in grade school. I am 24 now and I still love it. I have been looking for a DBZ game that was in an rpg format for a while now. I am a huge fan of turnbase rpg games and was disappointed when I couldn't find one. Finally, I stumbled upon this game. It is PERFECT.
Summary: 3 out of 4 stars Pros: Good turn-based RPG based on "Dragon Ball Z"; visuals are very simple but have very nice 2D backgrounds and characters; story and dialogue capture the show well; surprisingly long quest; among the best games based on DBZ. Cons: The story makes large jumps in time and can feel disjointed; need to be a fan to truly appreciate.
Summary: First off, I want to get this out of the way: This game is a copy of Naruto: Path of the Ninja, another DS game based off the Naruto series. I can't believe I'm the first one of any of my friends to actually have played both games, but yeah. Now, the game follows the story of DBZ(From before the tournament fight with Goku and Piccolo, all the way to the end of the Saiyan saga), with a whole bunch of filler sagas either from the show, or created just for the game.