Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden 3

Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden 3

Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 3 (known as Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Menace in France) is the last installment to the Super Butōden series for the SNES, which in this occasion is based on the Majin Buu saga. Avaliable charachers are Goku, Goten, Kid...

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Name Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden 3
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Dragon Ball Z 3
Alternate Name
Dragon Ball Z: Ultime Menace
France
Alternate Name
Dragon Ball Z: La Ultima Amenaza
Spain
Alternate Name
Dragon Ball Z: Chomutujeon
Korea
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Platform Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Release Date March 1, 1995
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Tose Co., Ltd.
Publishers Bandai
Genres Fighting
Max Players 2
Cooperative No
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Community Rating: 3.12
Total Votes: 28
Wikipedia https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_Ball_Z_:_Ultime_Menace
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Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 3 (known as Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Menace in France) is the last installment to the Super Butōden series for the SNES, which in this occasion is based on the Majin Buu saga. Avaliable charachers are Goku, Goten, Kid Trunks, Majin Vegita, Junior Gohan, Kaiohshin, Majin Boo, Darbura and C-18, plus another one available as a secret character: Future Trunks. Split screen mode is maintained, but now you can now fly up or down while on the same screen as your opponent. You can also struggle with your rival pushing with your arms together to test your button smashing abilities, or execute new Meteor Combos. Scenarios will also be different (mainly based on Buu saga) and will include alternative versions of themselves with different times of the day as well. The game allows you to take part either in a 8 player martial arts tournament with an eliminator system or to make single combats against the CPU or another player. This makes Super Butōden 3 the only game of the series without a Story Mode. It can be explained by the fact that when the game was released while the Buu saga was still on a very early stage in Japanese TV.
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