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Old Nov 11, 2002, 03:32 PM
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oh right sorry
I saw it u said in ure last post it maybe delayed so i thought thsi was differnt !

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Old Nov 11, 2002, 10:23 PM
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of all the previous games released, i beleive that Final bout for the ps1 was the best albeit choppy and slow. But this one will blow the rest outta the atmosphere! it seems to move at least 60 fps and the charecter models don't look like caricatures.(i think i spelled that right )

what i think is somewhat distorted is the array of charecters and their correspondence to the story mode of the game, but i then we'll have to wait and see. has anyone found any other sites with pics/movies .... i Can't Wait.
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Old Nov 12, 2002, 10:13 PM
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INFOGRAMES Expands $3 Billion Franchise,

ShIPS NEW dragon ball z TITLE ON PLAYSTATION®2 DECEMBER 4



Number One Cable TV Show Drives Anticipation for Franchise’s Newest Video Game,

‘Dragon Ball Z: Budokai’





BEVERLY, Mass. – November 12, 2002 – Infogrames, Inc. (NASDAQ: IFGM) is proud to announce today that its upcoming Dragon Ball Z®: Budokai™ video game, exclusively for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, will ship to retail December 4, 2002. The Dragon Ball® and Dragon Ball Z® franchises are global blockbusters that have generated over $3 billion in related merchandising sales worldwide and over 500 animated episodes. In addition, DBZ was the number-one rated show among all U.S. cable TV programs for tweens 9-14, boys 9-14 and men 12-24 during this season’s launch line-up.

With the game available for the holidays, Dragon Ball Z® fans and fighting game aficionados alike will be able enjoy more of this popular franchise by entering the world of this highly-rated animated series on Cartoon Network and engage in high-intensity fighting battles, each one more epic than the one before. Featuring a totally authentic, high-energy Dragon Ball Z® fighting experience, the Dragon Ball Z®: Budokai™ game invites players to relive some of their favorite moments from the Dragon Ball Z® animated series by becoming their favorite Dragon Ball Z® character and conquering all challengers.

Dragon Ball Z®: Budokai™ spans from the Saiyan™ Saga through the Cell Games Saga and allows players to experience the fantastic DBZ universe. The game features five heart-pounding fighting modes, including Story Mode, where players reenact some of the most exciting fighting scenes from the animated series, and Tournament Mode, where players can face off to crown a single DBZ fighting champion. The game includes 23 of the most famous DBZ heroes and villains in full 3D, spans 29 levels, and features over 60 different combo moves per character, including some of their infamous attacks from the animated series.

“We are very excited to bring the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai game exclusively to the PlayStation 2,” said Paul Rinde, senior vice president of Infogrames. “The anime series has achieved blockbuster status in North America with its array of fantastic characters and stories, and Infogrames has authentically captured that same magic in our PlayStation 2 game.”

Gen Fukunaga, president of FUNimation productions said, “This title provides a truly authentic DBZ experience that every avid fan has been anticipating. From the original FUNimation voice actors to the accuracy of the characters, environments and storyline, this game truly brings Dragon Ball Z to life.”

The Dragon Ball series, originally developed in Japan, has become the number one animated series in many countries including Japan, France, Spain, Hong Kong and Mexico. It is the top rated series on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block and the “Most Searched for Term of 2001” according to the Lycos 50 Daily Report on the Internet.

For additional information on Dragon Ball Z, visit www.dragonballz.com.

About FUNimation

Focusing on quality entertainment properties such as Dragon Ball Z®, FUNimation Productions, Ltd, is a full service brand management company with in-house production, licensing, Internet, home video distribution and toy divisions. With over 14 million videos sold and over 7 million hits per day on its web site, www.dragonballz.com, Dragon Ball Z® is the top rated series on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block and the “Most Searched for Term of 2001” according to the Lycos 50 Daily Report on the internet. FUNimation also produces Dragon Ball®, the exciting prequel to Dragon Ball Z® airing in the USA on Cartoon Network’s Toonami Block; Yu Yu Hakusho™, one of the top anime of all time, airing in the USA on Carton Network’s Adult Swim Action; Lupin the 3rd™, one of the longest running anime classics; Fruits Basket™, based on the top selling manga in Japan; and Blue Gender™, a sci-fi anime series. Look for collectibles from IF Labs™ featuring the Dragon Ball® Movie Collection, Dragon Ball®, and Yu Yu Hakusho™ as well as home video from FUNimation Productions, Ltd. and a host of other products licensed by FUNimation’s Production’s licensing division. IF Labs™ is a joint venture between FUNimation Productions, Ltd. and Irwin Toy, Ltd. For additional information on FUNimation and its properties, check out www.funimation.com. For more information regarding Dragon Ball Z®, contact Jeff Dronen at FUNimation at 817-788-0627 x 251 or [email]jeff.dronen@funimation.com[/email]



About Infogrames



New York-based Infogrames, Inc. (Nasdaq: IFGM) is one of the largest third-party publishers of interactive entertainment software in the U.S. The Company develops video games for all consoles (Sony Computer Entertainment America, Nintendo and Microsoft), PCs, and Macintosh systems. Infogrames’ catalogue of more than 1,000 titles includes award-winning franchises such as Civilizationâ, Backyard Sportsä, Deer HunterŇ, DriverÔ, RollerCoaster TycoonŇ, and Test DriveŇ, and key licenses including Warner Bros. The Matrixâ, Warner Bros. Looney TunesÔ, Nickelodeon’s Blue’s Cluesâ and Dora the Explorer™, Dragon Ball ZŇ, Unrealâ, Mission ImpossibleŇ, Terminatorâ, Harley-DavidsonŇ, Major League BaseballŇ, and the National Football LeagueŇ, among many others. The Company’s Humongous Entertainment and MacSoft labels are leaders in children’s and Macintosh entertainment software, respectively.

Infogrames, Inc. is a majority-owned subsidiary of France-based Infogrames Entertainment SA (IESA) (Euronext 5257), a global publisher and distributor of video games for all platforms. In 2001, IESA acquired Infogrames Interactive, Inc. (formerly Hasbro Interactive), including rights to use its line of software based on well-known licenses such as MONOPOLY, Jeopardyâ, TONKA, and Atariâ, which are published and distributed in the U.S. by Infogrames, Inc. For more information, visit the Company’s Web site at www.infogrames.com.





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© 2002 Infogrames Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved.

© 2002 BIRD STUDIO/SHUEISHA, TOEI ANIMATION. Licensed by FUNimationâ Productions, Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Dragon Ball Z and all logos, character names and distinctive likenesses thereof are trademarks of TOEI ANIMATION.

"PlayStation" and the "PS" Family logo are registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.




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Old Nov 12, 2002, 10:45 PM
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IM hard core even though my s/n isnt that coo but i luved dbz since i was 12 and now im 18 i know this gakme is gonna be way better then the rest
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Old Nov 12, 2002, 10:51 PM
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[i]Originally posted by nickmw [/i]
[B]i know this game is gonna be way better then the rest [/B]
[b]can't be any [u]worse[/u], that's for sure.[/b]
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Old Nov 13, 2002, 12:47 AM
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[b]up now on the Dragonball Z website[/b]:

BEVERLY, Mass. - November 12, 2002- Infogrames, Inc. is proud to announce today that its upcoming Dragon Ball Z®: Budokai™ video game, exclusively for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, will ship early to retail on December 4, 2002.

Go to the Z Store now to reserve your copy of Dragon Ball Z®: Budokai™


[b][u] it's official[/u][/b]
 

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