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Dragon Ball fans, I have been with you every step of the way. I was there when the disappointing Dragon Ball Z: Sagas was released on the original Xbox and I was there when Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi made me realize that a great Dragon Ball game can be possible in the right hands. I was there because, like you, I adore the series and want a game worthy of the great story and characters.... Read Review

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