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The next episode is available for download! Since I’ve been sick and needed something easy and fun to edit, we decided to bring back 20 Questions. That’s right, back by popular demand, you can play along at home and see how easy it is to out-guess three aging fans :P.
Episode #0027! VegettoEX, Julian, and Meri play a round of 20 Questions! That’s right, it’s back by popular demand. Play along at home and see if you can out-guess the cast! No news or releases, but plenty of e-mails and learning to go around!
It has been a while since we last saw some of these, but Toei has finally revealed the covers for their next three DVDs of the Z Dragon Box individual disc release. Disc #22 will contain six episodes, while discs #23 and #24 are breaking the mold and will contain five episodes each (same as with Dragon Box Z Volume 1). In total, these discs will cover episodes 127 thru 142. These three DVDs are set to be released on June 7, after going a month without seeing a release. Don’t forget that you can still order any of the released discs or pre-order any of these three discs at Amazon Japan.
Thanks to Yami-Tenchi for reminding us about these. Oddly enough, both CDJapan and Amazon Japan have the new covers posted before any official Toei site.
Special thanks to LaRésistance from our forum for this image, which is essentially announcing another game in the “Jump Super Stars” lineup coming later this year! Bandai wants to know which characters from the Jump universe Japanese gamers would like to play as in the next game. Neato!
Here’s hoping a certain magical cat named with a certain last letter of the alphabet makes a dramatic appearance…!
Episode #0026 of the podcast is (finally) available for download! Apologies on the site being down for a good portion of the day, but hey… sometimes those things just happen. Enjoy the episode! Did you win the free copy of “Mystical Adventure” on DVD…?!? Listen to find out!
Episode #0026! VegettoEX, Julian, and Meri each pick two of their favorite mystical items from the series for discussion. Items from “Journey To The West”, a rice cooker, magical beans, and more! DBZ ABCs, Top 5 List of characters we wish we saw fight, e-mails, and a DVD giveaway round out the epiosde!
Episode #0025 of the podcast is (finally) available for download! Full of excitement, horror, suspense, intrigue, and other stuff that makes it sound neat! We talk about all the technology throughout the series, and all our regular segments… with twists! I don’t quite know what twists those are, but yay!
Episode #0025! VegettoEX, Julian, and Meri discuss some of the most interesting, most efficient, and downright laughable technology in the Dragon World! Planes, capsules, spaceships, and… time machines? Our DBZ ABCs, Top 5 List, e-mails, and contest round out the episode!
Super psyched for this game — it drops on 29 June 2006 in Japan, and sometime in July here in North America.
IGN has updated with four videos showcasing some new in-game footage from “Sparking! NEO”. We clearly see Goku go through all Super Saiyan forms in-game, as well as Slug transform into his “giant” form.
Unfortunately (and as opposed to the first videos we got of the original “Sparking!” way-back-when), these videos appear to be from the American version of the game, and feature both FUNimation’s voices and recycled “Budokai” music.
Here’s hoping the Japanese version gets even more slightly-remixed versions of BGM from the TV series and movies…!
Confirmed extra characters (extra from the arcade release, anyway!) for “Super Dragon Ball Z” are Majin Boo (“Fat Boo”) Piccolo-Daimaō, Majin-Vegeta, Videl, Mecha-Freeza, and Gohan (with his Kaiōshin-gi). Play-France is hosting some scans showcasing some of these additional characters. Additionally, these six characters are shown across the top of the game’s back cover.
It looks like Play-Asia has updated their database listings with both the official logo for “Battle Stadium D.O.N.”:
… as well as the cover-art for the Japanese release of “Super Dragon Ball Z” on the PS2: