Summary: I love anything DBZ. I grew up watching the show and playing various DBZ games on my computer via emulator when I was a kid. This game is based off a snes (super famicom in Japan) release of a Dragon Ball game called Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu. It's a card battle system, which the game very clearly explains how it works via tutorial. You play a card (or cards) with a listed attack and defense value, the enemy does the same and the cards are compared.
Great for target audience - Dragon Ball Z Card Playing Fans
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
18 July 2009
Summary: Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu for the Nintendo DS is a combination of a card game and a board game. You move along a board, making choices about direction, picking up items. When you an encounter an enemy, you card battle. To begin with, you can choose from a variety of characters, to see their storylines. For each character you are given some basic background, allowed the opportunity to run through some tutorials if you want, and then put onto a board.
Summary: I bought this game for my middle child, hoping it would come in time. I can't explain how pleased I was when the game not only came super fast but looks extremely well and plays even better. If this vendr has more DragonBall titles WE WILL RETURN FOR THEM AS WELL!!
Summary: I found this game a nice refreshing return to the card game/rpg mechanics that the were tried out back in the snes era with the Dragonball Z RPG. It was a pleasant surprise to pick up and find they'd built upon the concept to make a pretty solid card game/RPG experience that I'd probably play even without the dragonball motifs over everything.