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Author: hastypixels
Posted: April 13, 2024 (11:10 PM)
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I havenít heard much about Dragonball games on the Saturn, and it was interesting to read about this one. The arcade approach makes sense, since as I understand it thatís what the Saturn was touted to be: A powerful home arcade unit.

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Author: dementedhut
Posted: April 14, 2024 (08:58 AM)
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The Saturn received only two Dragon Ball games during its run, which I guess is better than the Mega Drive's lone game. The other Saturn game is a normal-style fighting game like the others that came before it on the Super Famicom. Though, this has an odd Fatal Fury-like mechanic where you can knock characters into the background, except here you literally knock them into a brand new screen. It's neat at first, but it really disrupts the flow of combat.

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