Two more games are confirmed to be in the compilation and they’re both Dragon Ball titles. Dragon Ball: Great Demon King’s Revival blended a board game with the Piccolo Daimao Saga. Sure, Mario Party and Dokapon Kingdom use the same concept, but this Dragon Ball: Great Demon King’s Revival was one of the first games to experiment with this mechanic.
Dragon Ball Z: Assault! Super Saiyan looks like a fighting game, but it’s actually a card RPG. When the game came out in 1990, spinning around the screen was a cinematic achievement kind of like watching the special attacks in Super Robot Taisen.
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Dragon Ball Z: Assault! Super Saiyan
Bandai Namco Presents J Legend Biography is slated for release on November 7.
A tip of the hat and a senzu bean to David for giving us the heads up!