• Publisher: Atari
  • Release Date: Jun 22, 2004
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  • Summary: Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors takes the battle to the skies. You can fly at will as or against DBZ characters, including Goku, Vegeta, Cell, Frieza, and Buu. Engage in large tag-team battles and experience alternate endings to the DBZ story. Purchase fighting skills to enhance yourDragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors takes the battle to the skies. You can fly at will as or against DBZ characters, including Goku, Vegeta, Cell, Frieza, and Buu. Engage in large tag-team battles and experience alternate endings to the DBZ story. Purchase fighting skills to enhance your character's fighting moves and energy attacks. With the Game Boy Advance Link cable you can challenge your friend to a one-on-one match to see who the best is. Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 18 out of 26
  2. Negative: 1 out of 26
  1. Probably the best Dragon Ball Z game to date, and I’m talking about any platform.
  2. This game features one of the best single player modes for a Dragonball Z game ever. The mode also has enough depth that you will get a decent amount of gameplay playing through it. Future developers take note, this is how a Dragonball Z game should be made. [JPN Import]
  3. The gameplay is decent, though somewhat repetitive, and players really feel like they’re controlling the Z characters in a heated battle. If your kid is a fan of the show, or you’re secretly one yourself, this is one of the best DBZ games on the market.
  4. 75
    An official apology for last year's dreadful "DBZ: Taiketsu." It gives gamers a true sense of the high-flying fighting action that makes up the anime series.
  5. 75
    The fighting mechanics aren't quite as ironed out as expected and don't quite match up with the energetic front end, but overall Atari has brought out a decent game that better captures the Dragon Ball Z flavor than previous titles in the series have on the GBA handheld.
  6. 70
    The continuous button mashing that infuses the famous yet most curious aerial acrobatics that those crazy DBZ fighters perform gives you pretty much everything you need to simulate the Saiyan art of combat.
  7. No challenge and no depth does not make for a good game.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 7
  2. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. DannyG.
    May 10, 2004
    10
    Dragonball z rules 4-ever.
  2. ShaneS.
    May 29, 2004
    10
    This game freakin rocks!
  3. JoeC.
    Jun 24, 2004
    10
    A great way to blow some of the cash for something worth while, steps up from Taiketsu it features many favriote charcters and endless A great way to blow some of the cash for something worth while, steps up from Taiketsu it features many favriote charcters and endless battles, play through the sagas or see your favriote hero or villan lose the fights he/she lost....and if you have a friend who owns the game hook up the games and the fun never ends,its time to upgrade to super sayain...two thumbs up. Expand
  4. Oct 29, 2020
    8
    The best DBZ fighting game on the Gameboy Advanced. Fast-paced and hours of story following the series as well as What-If stories.
  5. Dec 29, 2020
    7
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This game is a pretty fun fighting game at least for the Gameboy. It's kind of hard to make a fighting game when you only have 4 button inputs but they manage make it feel good for the most part. However in later fights it kind of just devolves into spamming super attacks due to the fact that the actual fighting is just button mashing and spam blocking. The visuals are pretty nice as well, probably as close as you could have gotten the the anime on a Gameboy. And where the game really shines is its story which does have a abridged sort of rea telling of the series. But more interestingly there's also what if stories for every playable character in the game. Which is something I really wish more DBZ games would do as some of these what if stories are actually kind of cool. Although some of them are also really boring like Gotanks story. And with only 13 payable characters it can get kinda dull fighting the same characters over and over again. But compared to the other DBZ fighting game on the Gameboy its leagues better. And this game is also sort of stepping stone for Arc Systems the co developers as they would go on to make more DBZ games up to Dragon Ball Fighterz so there's that at least. Expand
  6. Apr 2, 2012
    7
    Fast paced fighting style and violent combos right in the air may attract DBZ maniacs ( of course, me included ) . The only problems visibleFast paced fighting style and violent combos right in the air may attract DBZ maniacs ( of course, me included ) . The only problems visible is, how short and lacking of content Super Sonic Warriors is. Expand
  7. May 3, 2019
    6
    While this game is mindless fun and action packed, the cast of playable characters lacks very many interesting picks, mostly just your averageWhile this game is mindless fun and action packed, the cast of playable characters lacks very many interesting picks, mostly just your average Super Saiyans and villains, and the only Earthling is Krillin unfortunately.
    These might seem like personal gripes, but as a DBZ fan, I'm rather disappointed by the lackluster lineup, so others might be too. Beware of that if you want to get this game.

    Another major gripe I have, and this one being completely objective, is the severe lack of content in this game. All there is to this game is constant fight after fight, even in the story mode.
    Not gonna go in-depth here, but you can see should you decide to play this for yourself.

    Overall, nice mindless fun, but not worth sinking a lot of time into. If you want a truly great Dragon Ball game for the GBA, check out Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure.
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#35 Most Discussed Game Boy Advance Game of 2004