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|image            = Super_Dragon_Ball_Z_NTSC.jpg
|image            = Super_Dragon_Ball_Z_NTSC.jpg
|caption          = NTSC-U Boxart
|caption          = NTSC-U Boxart
|developer        = Crafts & Meister, Arika
|developer        = Crafts & Meister
|genre            = Fighting
|publisher        = [[Banpresto]] (JP), [[Atari]] (EU, US, AU)
|gameinfo          = Super Dragon Ball Z (超ドラゴンボールZ Chō Doragonbōru Zetto) is a cel-shaded 3D fighting video game, based on the Japanese manga series Dragon Ball created by Akira Toriyama. It was originally released in Japanese (December 22, 2005) and European (2006) arcades running on System 246 hardware, and later for the PlayStation 2. The game was developed by Crafts & Meister, headed by Noritaka Funamizu (a former Capcom fighting game producer who worked on the Street Fighter series and Darkstalkers). The game features 18 playable characters, destructible environments, and a game engine geared towards fans of more traditional fighting games.
|genre            = Action, Fighting
|gameinfo          = Master the unique fighting styles of 18 mighty Dragon Ball Z® warriors in an awesome fighting engine designed by Noritaka Funamizu, producer of Street Fighter II®. Behold devastating details of manga-based graphics, artfully created in the style of Dragon Ball creator, Akira Toriyama.<br />
Super Dragon Ball Z is a cel-shaded 3D fighting video game, based on the Japanese manga series Dragon Ball created by Akira Toriyama. It was originally released in Japanese (December 22, 2005) and European (2006) arcades running on System 246 hardware, and later for the PlayStation 2. The game was developed by Crafts & Meister, headed by Noritaka Funamizu (a former Capcom fighting game producer who worked on the Street Fighter series and Darkstalkers). The game features 18 playable characters, destructible environments, and a game engine geared towards fans of more traditional fighting games.
|wikipedia        = [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Dragon_Ball_Z Link]
|wikipedia        = [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Dragon_Ball_Z Link]
|reviewlinks      = [http://www.ign.com/articles/2006/07/19/super-dragon-ball-z-review Link]
|gamefaqslink      = [http://www.gamefaqs.com/ps2/932665-super-dragon-ball-z Link]
|reviewscore      = 7.4/10
|numberofplayers  = 2
|reviewlinks      = {{ReviewLink|[http://www.ign.com/articles/2006/07/19/super-dragon-ball-z-review IGN]|7.4/10}}, {{ReviewLink|[http://www.metacritic.com/game/playstation-2/super-dragon-ball-z Metacritic]|72/100}}
|au_rating        = PG
|na_rating_text    = Cartoon Violence
|na_rating        = T
|eu_rating        = 12+
|japan_rating      = A
|english          = SLES-54161 & SLUS-21442
|japanese          = SLPS-25642
|widescreenpatch  = 1
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|serialsPAL        = SLES-54161
|serialsPAL        = SLES-54161
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|releasedatePAL    = July 28, 2006
|releasedatePAL    = July 14, 2006<br />2006 <small>(Australia)</small>
|statusPAL        = 2
|statusPAL        = 2
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== Trivia ==
* Original names: '''超ドラゴンボールZ''' (SLPS-25642)
* Also known as '''Chou Dragon Ball Z''' (JP)




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