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Dragon Ball Z CCG: Basic Game Review

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The Dragonball Z Collectible Trading Card Game (CCG) puts you in command of the most powerful warriors ever, in the battle for Earth. The Dragonball Z game is a collectible trading card game, like the Harry Potter TCG and the Young Jedi CCG. But this one features all your fave Dragonball Z fighters - Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, Vegeta, Android 17 and even the big bad dude himself - Cell.

You play by choosing your Dragonball Z warrior and battling against friends who have their own Dragonball Z CCG cards. You power up and damage your opponent by playing cards that feature the same moves from the Dragonball Z show - flying knee strikes, energy blasts and high-powered moves that only Super Saiyans can do!


The Dragonball Z cards look great, each one has a picture of a character from the Dragonball Z TV show. The really cool cards are the incredible looking holograms and foils. Every card is packed full of details on the attack, style, special powers, activation cost, card rarity and more. They're even collectible like hockey or Magic cards. The Dragonball Z cards have everything you need to kick butt, save Earth and collect all the Dragonballs!


The only bummer is that the Dragonball Z CCG rules take a while to figure out because of all the cool attacks, blocks and extra bonuses you can get. The game comes with a huge stack of instructions so, unless your dog eats your Dragonball Z instructions (as well as your homework,) you'll be able to learn to play!


Thumbs Up:

  • Dragonball Z battles come to life!
  • Tons of cool moves and characters.
  • Awesome looking hologram and foil cards.

  • Thumbs Down:

  • Too many details, it'll make your head spin.

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