Japanese dubbing

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Japanese dubbing

Postby Banana » Fri May 04, 2018 4:36 am

I guess I got spoiled with Xenoverse 1/2 and fighter Z, since I had played those recently, but I was curious, are there any other dragon Ball games that have Japanese dubbing?

As much as I wanted to get into some older games like Super Dragon Ball Z and Budokai on PS2 I know I wouldn't be able to stand hearing the English voices so those two being english only was a dealbreaker for me.

Also curious about shin budokai another road for PSP. I played it long ago and had fun, and now I want to dig up my old copy if possible or find another one to replace it if lost.
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Re: Japanese dubbing

Postby VegettoEX » Fri May 04, 2018 6:46 am

Effectively all console games after the "Greatest Hits" re-release of Budokai 3 contain selectable English/Japanese voice tracks. I wanna say the only one that doesn't is Super Dragon Ball Z (which is English-only in America, and Japanese-only in Europe). The musical score might still be completely different (see: Sparking! vs Budokai Tenkaichi and the Blast series), but you can still choose Japanese voices.

The portable games are hit or miss, with some offering choice, some dub-only, and some JP-only.
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