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Format: Super Famicom
From: Bandai
Year of Release: 1993
Onscreen Language: Japanese
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Dragonball Z

Super Butoden 2
"Dragonball Z: La Legende Saten" (France)

The second SNES one-on-one beat-em-up.

As with all Dragonball fighting games Super Butoden uses the destinctive engine. This allows you to move farther away from your opponent via the gift of split screen. You can also fly and fire enormous fire balls.

The subsequent DBZ fighting games (even the 32-bit ones) all use more or less the same engine. Here even the sound effects are the same as the others.

A good beat-em-up, although some of the moves are a little difficult to pull off.

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