The Dragon Ball video game series are based on the manga and anime series of the same name created by Akira Toriyama. The series follows the adventures of Goku as he trains in martial arts and explores the world in search of the seven wish-granting orbs known as the Dragon Balls. The Dragon Ball video game series has generated over $6 billion in total gross revenue, as of 2019. Dragon Ball: Dragon Daihiky? The first Dragon Ball video game ever produced. The outcome of each fight is determined by the randomly generated hand of cards players and the opponent are dealt. The game relates all of the Dragon Ball story until the fight against Piccolo Junior. The main character is Goku as a child and adult, though Krillin and Yamcha are also playable. It topped the bi-weekly Japanese Famitsu sales charts in November 1989 and again in December 1989. The game features the story on Namek and follows closely to the story in the anime except for the fact that, like in the previous game, Tienshinhan, Yamcha and Chaozu are not dead but are present in the player's party at the beginning. Dragon Ball Z: Ch? Saiya Densetsu , also known as Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu , is the first Dragon Ball game for the Super Famicom. The game was unique in that it came with a special card reader attachment, the Datach Joint Rom System, which required several character cards to be swiped in order to select a character. Dragon Ball Z: Super But?den , Doragon B?ru Zetto S?p? But?den, Dragon Ball Z: Super Fighting Story) is the first installment in the Super But?den series. Gameplay takes the form of a card battle RPG, where the player's movement and battle choices are dictated by the randomly generated playing cards the player receives. They manage to destroy all but one that is protected by an impenetrable energy barrier and guarded by ghost warriors of Frieza, Cooler, Turles, and Lord Slug, which have to be killed in the same way as the originals.
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