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Dragon Ball Z 5
Dragon Ball Z 5-1
Title screen.
Publisher SuperTone Electronics
Ka Sheng (Dead stock)
Developer Rex Soft
Cart ID(s) Original: None
Ka Sheng cover: NT-603
Console Famicom
Date 1995
Engine Own
Sound engine NTDEC / Asder
Alternate names/hacks Dragon Ball Z Super, Dragon Ball Z V
Dragon Ball Z 5 is a bootleg Beat em' up for the Famicom, based on the Dragon Ball Z anime. It was released around 1995.

Overview Edit

The game's story loosely retells the events of Dragon Ball Z up to the Cell Saga, featuring cut scenes using screencaps from the show.

The soundtrack featured is an 8-bit rendition of the Saint Seiya theme song. Also, the character select theme sounds similar to the song One Way or Another from the musical artist, Blondie.

Featured Characters Edit

Playable CharactersEdit

Goku (Misspelled as "Gokou")

Piccolo (Misspelled as "Picolo")

Krillin (Misspelled as "K0lin")

Vegeta (After defeating him as a boss)

EnemiesEdit

Appule

General Blue

Saibamen

Nappa

Dr. Gero

Frieza Soldier

Cui

One Eyed Robot

Recoome

Miniature Tank

Burter

Android 17

BossesEdit

Raditz

Vegeta

Zarbon

Captain Ginyu

Frieza

Cell (Perfect Form)

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The box art features Goku as a child and Piccolo Daimao/Demon King Piccolo, both from the original Dragon Ball, despite the game only focusing on Dragon Ball Z.
  • The "5" in the title may be a reference to the "Dragon Ball Z Gokuden" series, which only had 4 entries, and the game was meant to be an "unofficial sequel" to those games.
  • Although the box art says "Super Gokuden 5", the game's title screen says "Super Butoden 5".

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