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|Dragon Ball: Raging Blast|
|Publisher(s)||Namco Bandai Games|
|System(s)||PlayStation 3, Xbox 360|
|Series||Dragon Ball Z|
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Dragon Ball: Raging Blast (ドラゴンボール レイジングブラスト Doragon Bōru Reijingu Burasuto?) is a video game based on the manga and anime franchise Dragon Ball. It was developed by Spike and published by Namco Bandai for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game consoles throughout North America, while everywhere else it would be published under the Bandai label. It was released in Japan, North America, Europe, and Australia during the second week of November 2009. In Europe, a limited edition pack of the game was also released that included bonus collector material.
The game is a cel-shaded 3D fighter that allows players to play as characters within the Dragon Ball universe, either against the game's AI or another player in one of the various modes of play both on and offline. The game is one of the first games in the Dragon Ball franchise to be published by Namco Bandai in North America, as the company would acquire the gaming license from previous license holder Atari in July of that same year.
The game was met with mixed reviews from gaming critics for its story mode and overall gameplay controls.
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Fighting: Super Butoden · Super Butoden 2 · Buyū Retsuden · Super Butoden 3 · Ultimate Battle 22 · Shin Butoden · Hyper Dimension · Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu · Taiketsu · Super · Burst Limit · Raging Blast · Raging Blast 2 · Ultimate Butoden · Kinect · Battle of Z · Extreme Butoden · FighterZ
Other: Collectible Card Game