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Swords and boobs helped propel Namco Bandai to $99.7 million in profit during the third quarter of its financial year. GameDaily reports that Soul Calibur IV has been the publisher's most successful title, selling 2.2m units this fiscal year, followed by Dragon Ball Z Burst Limit's 730k. Overall, ...

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February 12, 2009 at 1:45PM

Welcome to the second video installment of X3F Impressions, where we take a look at some of the latest demos on Xbox Live Marketplace. This time, we take a look at Dragonball Z: Burst Limit. The long and short of it that Burst Limit is pretty decent fighting game, and one that Dragonball Z fans will...

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Dragon Ball Z fans rejoice! Everyone else ... um ... be indifferent! There is now a Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit demo on Xbox Live Marketplace. The demo features two different battles and absolutely no tutorial. We've plowed through it a few times now, and we feel confident in saying that it will yo...

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Click for high-resolution image. There was more gaming to be had over at last weekend's New York Comic Con and PS3 Fanboy got to play the upcoming Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit. We unfortunately did not get the chance to play the PlayStation 3 version, but did give the Xbox 360 one a go. Obviously, w...

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Yes sir, it sure is. Our scouters are reading power levels well above 9,000 and growing. The more we see of this game, the more we want it. Luckily for us, this English trailer might be a good indicator that a western release for Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit may be coming sooner than we think. If yo...

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Yesterday was a big day for Atari. They released new images, no not of Phil Harrison high ontop of his throne, but of the upcoming next-gen debut of Dragonball Z. Dragonball Z: Burst Limit pits the characters of the popular anime series against each other in an epic quest for dragonballs or limits ...

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While the Wii version of Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 is officially the first Dragon Ball game to feature online play, let's not kid ourselves. The Wii isn't exactly known as a major hub for online gaming. However, it appears that developer Namco Bandai is fixing that despicable oversight wh...

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To say that the anime series Dragon Ball Z has remarkably long legs is a bit of an understatement. Considering the series was officially ended over ten years ago and they're still making games based on it ... well, words fail us. This was back when SEGA still had a console in the race. Hell, ...

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