Dragon Ball Z 5
Dragon Ball Z 5-1.png
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 an unlicensed Beat 'em up for the Famicom, based on the Dragon Ball Z anime. It was released around 1995.

Overview[edit | edit source]

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 features 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 | edit source]

Playable Characters[edit | edit source]

Goku (Misspelled as "Gokou")

Piccolo (Misspelled as "Picolo")

Krillin (Misspelled as "K0lin")

Vegeta (After defeating him as a boss)

Enemies[edit | edit source]


General Blue



Dr. Gero

Frieza Soldier


One Eyed Robot


Miniature Tank


Android 17

Bosses[edit | edit source]




Captain Ginyu


Cell (Perfect Form)

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • 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".

External Link[edit | edit source]

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