Dragon Ball Z making PSP debut

Atari to unleash anime scrapper on Sony's handheld in March; Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai will feature wireless multiplayer battles.


Dragon Ball Z fever has hit gamers hard. The brand has punched out dozens of games on several platforms and recently battled for the first time on the DS with Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2. Now the series is making its debut on another handheld, the PSP.

Atari today announced that Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai will be released this March. The game will feature 18 playable characters and will follow in the fighting footsteps of its forebears. Included will be counterattacks, high-speed bouts, and seven game modes. In addition to featuring a single-player story mode, the game will include a wireless multiplayer mode that lets gamers battle each other head-to-head.

Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai is being developed by Dimps, the same company behind previous Dragon Ball Z games. Rating and pricing information have not yet been released.

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