While this game may appear to be bad to the untrained eye, this game is actually rather good and can get addictive. Most Dragonball Z fans who have the time (10-20 minutes) to care enough to learn how to play the game and how it all works, will actually enjoy the game, and most like be tempted into playing/collecting the DBZ Trading Cards for real. This games main downfall is that it only really applies to fans of the TV-Show. The game can become quite hard at times, meaning that younger players may have a hard time playing, which is bad as the TV Show is mainly aimed at the young.
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