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Dragon Ball Z: Sagas

Dragon Ball Z: Sagas (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Action, Brawler
Developer: Avalanche Software

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03/22/2005

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Dragon Ball Z: Sagas review

Reviewed August 06, 2011

JoeTheDestroyer says: "Dragon Ball Z: Sagas is an uninteresting brawler made worse by a gaping hole in the gameplay. It was a novel idea turning DBZ into a brawler, but Avalanche would have been better off taking the expected route in creating an arcade style beat 'em up."
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