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Here you will find some information on the latest DBZ/GT video games.

  Dragon Ball Z:Budokai 3

Atari has today announced that it plans to release Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 later this year. Currently in development at Dimps, the game will purportedly be packed with new features, although no further details have been released at this time.

"Right from the start, our main aim was to create a faithful Dragon Ball Z video game experience," said Martin Spiess, senior vice president of marketing, Atari Europe. "By working closely with Bandai throughout and hitting the high standards the franchise demands, we have seen the fan base grow beyond the hardcore Dragon Ball Z audience. With an incredibly strong 2004 product lineup on the way, it's a trend that looks set to continue."

"Atari's work to date has established Dragon Ball Z as a very significant franchise within the interactive entertainment industry. What most of our fans want are games that not only satisfy their devotion to the Dragon Ball Z universe but also offer a great gameplay experience in their own right," added Naoki Eguchi of Bandai Europe. "Atari's skills in these areas means it is uniquely placed as a company to bring these elements together, and, as a result, [it] continues to release fantastic DBZ games."

We'll bring you more information on Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 as soon as it becomes available. In stores November 16, 2004.

  Dragon Ball Z:Buu's Fury

For years, Dragon Ball Z fans all over the globe have watched as the fate of the universe has been threatened time and again by power-hungry megalomaniacs who are never satisfied with just controlling their corner of the galaxy. Between Vegeta, Frieza, and the androids, the quest for more power never seemed to end. Through it all, Goku always stepped up to the plate to meet and beat whatever enemies flew into the protected realm. Then came Majin Buu, and suddenly everyone realized that for once, a solution might not be forthcoming.

In Atari's Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury, you start at the beginning of the Other World Tournament and battle all the way through to the end of the Dragon Ball Z storyline. You will play this battle-based role-playing game through the end of the Kid Buu Saga as one of five characters: Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Goten, or Trunks. If it's not enough that you have the ability to tear through your enemies with an upgraded combat system, including powerful new combos and super moves, you can always bring out the two fusion characters, Gotenks and Vegito, to save the day.

Dragon Ball Z fans around the world will be able to play Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury on the Game Boy Advance and even challenge a friend using the link cable. With the combination of traditional action and RPG elements, this game will have you questing after the ultimate goal: the defeat of Majin Buu. In stores November 14, 2004