Atari announces Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu
A new Dragon Ball Z fighting game is in development for the Game Boy Advance.
Atari has officially announced Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu for the Game Boy Advance. In development at Webfoot Technologies, Taiketsu lets players choose to fight as one of several Dragon Ball Z characters, including Goku, Buu, Gohan, Cell, Piccolo, Frieza, Trunks, and Vegeta. These characters can battle it out in a variety of locations based on the series, such as Orange Star City or Master Ryoshi's Island. The game will also support multiplayer features so that up to four characters (two human-controlled and two computer-controlled) can fight at once.
After our outstanding success with Dragon Ball Z: Budokai, we are very excited to be working with Atari to bring the first DBZ fighting game to the Game Boy Advance," said Gen Fukunaga, president of FUNimation Productions. "Atari knows how to bring the DBZ atmosphere and action to our fans, and we expect Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu to be another great DBZ fighting action game."
For more information on Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu, check out our Q&A with the producer of the game.
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