Conclusion: the fighting game Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors (DBZSW). DBZ fans will have a lot to like. First off, there’s a full roster of DBZ players here: 13 in all, including Krillin, Piccolo, Vegeta, Goku, and Frieza. Who these guys are, I personally don’t know, but all DBZ fanatics will undoubtedly be thrilled they make an appearance. The fighting that occurs in DBZSW is right out of the usual battling seen in a typical episode of DBZ.
Excerpt: Supersonic Warriors might not be the first Dragon Ball Z game on the market by any means, but it might very well be one of the best. With actual show bits and audio clips, DBZ: Supersonic Warriors is a straightforward button masher for the hardcore fan, and probably not a lot else. Click here to learn more.
Conclusion: Bouncing back from a horrible debacle like Taiketsu is no easy task, but the guys at Atari have done an admirable job of removing that rank stench from store shelves. Supersonic Warriors isnâ€™t a perfect game but itâ€™s definitely good enough to keep you interested.
Excerpt: Even though Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors is the second DBZ-inspired fighting game to land on the GBA, it's extremely important to bear in mind that it isn't in any way, shape, or form a follow-up to Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu--a terrible game that is honestly better left forgotten than discussed in polite company.
Excerpt: There are some things that are just hard to believe, even though they are statistically very possible. A good boy band. A Vin Diesel film thatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s interesting. A Dragon Ball Z game that doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t suck. All hard to believe? Yes. Impossible? No (well the first two are impossible). Dragon Ball Z: Super Sonic Warriors breaks the trend of terrible DBZ games by releasing a fun, as well as interesting fighting game.