Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans (Nintendo DS)

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Play Dragon Ball Z like you have never done before. Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans takes your most beloved video game series to the RPG genre! With a huge map for you to explore as you get stronger and stronger. A thoroughly fun and enjoyable game really that will keep you occupied for some time. That fact that it is a handheld game means you have no excuse to not play it, take it anywhere. DBZ: Attack of the Saiyans retells the original saga in a very fluid manner. Relive the invasion of earth by the Saiyans’ with the possibility of a brand new never before seen story line. Awesome visuals just add to the depth that this game holds, one a number of positives from this release. It received rave review regarding its visuals, unique battle system and its ability to stay true to the series’.

Dragon Ball Z Attack of the Saiyans Nintedo DS (NDS) Cover

Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans Product Details:

Platform: Nintendo DS (NDS)
Release Date: 6 Nov. 2009
PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
ASIN: B002FL4R4C


 


 

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It’s an RPG and that means turn based battles, however the fast pace of it all keeps you hooked constantly. Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans allows you to experience some fun team battling. With the ability to perform combo moves using the ‘Sparking‘ mode to collectively vanquish your foes. Win battles and earn Ability Points (AP) and grow your characters strength and abilities with each win. With tonnes of unlock-able content, the game is very rewarding.

A breath of fresh air compared to the normal street fighter like fighting games previously released. Attack of Saiyans really is one of the better games to release on handheld consoles. Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans really gives you depth as it is longer than most Nintendo DS games. Compared to the standard DS games where they feel more like mini games rather than full lengths. Overall, a brilliant well-rounded video game that the developers can be proud of.


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