Apparently letting gamers take control of anime characters whose epic one-on-one battles could destroy small planets as collateral damage just wasn't enough for Atari, as the publisher has introduced three-on-three slugfests to the Dragonball Z series with its game.
Dragonball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 isn't just the first team-fighting installment of the series; it's the franchise's first appearance on the Nintendo DS. In addition to the new tag-battle gameplay, Supersonic Warriors 2 lets players play through plotlines from the show, as well as new what-if scenarios. The game also features more than 20 playable characters, free battle, practice, and Z Battle modes, and touch-screen functionality that lets players call in help from their teammates.
Dragonball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 was developed by Cavia (Drakengard, Resident Evil: Dead Aim), is rated E10+ for Everyone 10 and Older, and retails for $29.99. Check out GameSpot's hands-on impressions from the Tokyo Game Show for more.