Doesn't follow the DBZ storyline at all and the card game it focuses on is very shabby.

User Rating: 4 | Dragon Ball Z: Collectible Card Game GBA
Released: May 29, 2002
Publisher: Atari
Developer: Atari
Game Genre: Board Game
ESRB Rating: E for Everyone

Story: 20%
Gameplay: 40%
Graphics: 30%
Durability: 10%

Story (1/10)
The only resemblance of a storyline that this game has is a couple sentences at the beginning stating that you must save the world with a character of your choice.

Gameplay (4/10)
The game follows the guidelines of the Dragonball Z Card Game. One-on-one battles are fought against other Dragonball Z characters such as Krillin, Vegeta and Cell.

The game offers hardly any instructions on how to play the game, so most of it is just guesswork. Basically, there are attack cards and defense cards. Hopefully, when you use an attack card, the opponent does not have or use a defense card. Defense cards will block the attack, while having no defense card up allows points to be taken from your life.

Graphics (7/10)
While there is nothing fancy, there's nothing shabby either.

Durability (3/10)
It may last you a couple of battles. The battles get both repetitive and boring.

Overall Score (4.2/10)