Gaming in the 2000’s- Dragon Ball Z Supersonic Warriors: (2004)

Many people will generally agree that the early part of the 2000’s was a great time for those who were huge fans of 2D gaming.  In the early 00’s people were given titles for the Game Boy Advance that they probably would have seen for the Super Nintendo about a decade earlier in the early 90’s.  While we have seen some classic SNES games remade for the Game Boy Advance during the early 00’s we also got some pretty cool new titles for that particular handheld console as well.  Dragon Ball Z Supersonic Warriors very exciting 2D fighting game the Game Boy Advance and was released about a year after the Legacy of Goku had come out.  Unlike the Legacy of Goku II Supersonic Warriors was a head to head fighting game that allowed people to play as a variety of characters including some of the main heroes and villains from the series.  Not only was the gameplay for Dragon Ball Z Supersonic Warriors impressive for a 32 bit handheld console but some people who were fans of the series would argue that the quality of the game was better than the butoden series for the SNES during the 1990’s.

Even though, Dragon Ball Z Supersonic Warriors series was arguably as good as the butoden series it would probably be debatable among many people who are fans of the series if the game was a exciting as DBZ Hyper Dimension for the SNES.  Dragonaball Z Supersonic Warriors not only included fantastic gameplay that would get people busy for hours but the story mode in the game was also pretty good as well.  The story mode in Supersonic Warriors allowed players to take part in major battles from major sagas in the series with opponents such as the Dr. Gero, Frieza, Cell and Buu.  Also, people were able to utilize some of the main heroes from the series including Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Trunks and Piccolo.   While DBZ Supersonic Warriors may not be considered the best game to have come from this awesome series it was definitely a title that exceeded the expectations of many people after it was released by Banpresto in 2004.

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