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Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection brings back odd-numbered fighters

We're just going to assume someone has been working for years to collect Dragon Balls, summoned the dragon, and then used their one wish to resurrect the Dragon Ball Z Budokai games in high definition. That's absolutely the most plausible explanation for the Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection,...

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Dragon Ball Z Kinect rated in Korea, start practicing your Fusion Dance

We're not even ashamed to admit we're excited about "DragonballZ Kinect," an unannounced game rated by Korea's Game Ratings Board. Usual Dragon Ball Z game publisher Bandai Namco is listed as the publisher for this game. It's not hard to imagine a Kinect-based Dragon Ball Z game, all yelling into...

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Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi trailer is full of yelling and punching

What else would you expect from Dragon Ball Z, right? This latest trailer for Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi chronicles the Frieza and Android sagas. There's also a giant monkey that shoots lasers out of its mouth, so that's pretty neat....

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New Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm, Dragon Ball games coming from Namco Bandai

Two new games in longtime Namco Bandai anime franchise series are on the way. People who either love Naruto or love CyberConnect2's brand of cinematic fighting will be delighted to hear that a new Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm game is on the way next year, called Ultimate Ninja Storm...

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See the new Dragon Ball game before it has a name

Both Namco Bandai Europe and USA sent out this teaser trailer for the Xbox 360 and PS3 game it's currently calling "Dragon Ball Game Project Age 2011," indicating that the latest DBZ-based game will be localized in both regions. Though we have to wait until Japan Expo (June 30-July 3) to learn...

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Namco Bandai working on new Dragon Ball fighter for 360 and PS3

According to Japanese blog Tale Tale Source (as translated by Andriasang), the upcoming issue of Weekly Shonen Jump includes an announcement of a new entry in Namco Bandai's Dragon Ball fighter series. The game, which is (assumedly tentatively) titled Dragon Ball Game Project Age 2011, is...

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'Dragon Ball drought' to end, fans get much-needed sequel

Click to make with the embiggening "Will there ever be new Dragon Ball games?," you begged. "Will they be sequels?," you cried. Namco Bandai has heard your pleas, Dragon Ball fans. There will be more Dragon Ball games after all! One of them is even a sequel. Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 is set...

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Namco prepares a Raging Blast of Dragon Ball DLC

If there's one thing Dragon Ball has, it's a giant, sprawling cast of unique characters. Namco Bandai understands this, so it will be offering new downloadable characters for Dragon Ball: Raging Blast every two weeks from now until April of 2010. Best of all, the downloads will be free. Each pack...

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Joyswag: Super Saiyan prize pack [update]

Update: The entry period has come to a close. Keep an eye on your email's inbox to see if you won! Namco's just unleashed its first two Dragon Ball games after wrestling the license back away from Atari and we're looking to gift one of you Super Saiyan wannabes with the above prize pack. The...

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Dragon Ball: Raging Blast demo now on Xbox Live

You know what? We're done making fun of Dragon Ball Z on Joystiq. We always end up doing so much research just to pull a joke off that the only ones who get it are the ones whose feelings we hurt. It's a sucker's game and besides that, it's just mean. So we're just going to tell you, without...

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