• Publisher: Atari
  • Release Date: Aug 9, 2005

Mixed or average reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 12
  2. Negative: 1 out of 12
  1. This is not only one of the better Dragon Ball games in recent memory, but also one of the best Game Boy Advance titles of the year.
  2. The action is non-stop, the visuals fantastic and the game is long and challenging enough to keep you playing for a while.
  3. The fun gameplay will draw you in and the extras will keep you playing until you've unlocked them all.
  4. It could still be called repetitious because of the continual combat but it's presented in such a way that you just can't wait to get into the next skirmish.
  5. The game doesn't bring anything new to the this genre, but its rock-solid design and succulent visuals should be more than enough to satisfy Dragon Ball fans that are looking for some on-the-go butt-kicking.
  6. A really decent beat 'em-up game. It is a shame that the developers didn't include a co-op mode, which this game screams for it. If you are a fan of this series, then you will enjoy this game.
  7. 70
    A good player can wrap this game up in just under three hours, which definitely makes it a tough sell to all but the hardcore fans. But for fans, the experience is short and oh-so sweet, and the unlockable content -- additional characters like Super Saiyan 4 Goku and Super Saiyan Vegeta -- is sure to make it worthwhile.
  8. A sorely-lacking entry into the GBA library and a shameful step in the wrong direction for the Dragonball series of video games.
  9. For the most part, it succeeds, but slippery control, merely average graphics, and short playtime leave this one to be a rental at best.
  10. The level design is straight-forward to a fault. [Oct 2005, p.101]
  11. 55
    If you have friends with the game, and if you know and enjoy the Dragonball series then you've found you've one of the most complete and enjoyable Dragonball titles available.
  12. 40
    But anyone looking for a good brawler on the GBA needs to look somewhere other than Dragon Ball GT: Transformation.

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