When focusing on the main objectives, Dragon Ball Z - Legendary Super Warriors is about 7 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 10 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
|How to Unlock
|Fight Evil Buu
|Put Goku in your team when fighting Androids 16 and 18
|Defeat him as Android 20
|Put Krillin in the first position when you fight Androids 16 and 18
|Defeat him as SSJ Vegeta
|Defeat him as Android 19
|Beat the first form of cell with Piccolo
|Defeat Android 17 with the first form of Cell
|Play with Future Super Saiyan Trunks
|Future Android 17 and 18
|Win fight in ex. story 1 with Android 19 and 20
|As Super Saiyan2 Goku, lose to Majin Vegeta once, fight him again and he'll be unlocked under Vegeta.
|Put Cell 2 in the first slot for the fight against androids 16 and 18
|To unlock Captain Ginyu
|Defeat Ginyu Goku and Jeice as Vegeta - NOTE: You can have Anyone help you in this fight
|To unlock Ginyu Goku
|Defeat Goku as Captain Ginyu
|To unlock Guldo
|Defeat Guldo as Krillin
|To unlock Recoome
|Defeat Recoome as Goku
|To unock Burter and Jeice
|Defeat them as Goku - you can have Y.Gohan help you in this fight
|Unlock Cell Jr.
|To unlock Cell Jr., defeat him as Perfect Cell
|Unlock Evil King Piccolo
|Beat the Future Stages with only SSJ Future Trunks and beat the game, he will be availeble in the next storymode.
|Unlock Fat Buu
|Use Young Trunks(normal)to beat fat buu. A blue screen comes up saying you unlocked him. NOTE: If you unlock Young Trunks the same time through you have to beat the game again.
|Defeat Frieza as Super Saiyan Future Trunks
|Unlock Future Trunks
|When Training with Goku in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber, go to the jar in the bottom left corner, and grab whats in there. Then, even though it says its empty, just keep looking, and you'll get a Escape Trunks card. Then just get to the Cell Games.
|Unlock Goku Super Saiyan 3
|To unlock him in story 30 on the first time through the game, unlock <b>ALL</b> of the Z Fighters up to story 30 and play Future Trunks' story.
|Win Goten vs. Trunks
|Have SSJ Goten and SSJ Young Trunks. Play Trunks' Ex Stories and read all the fliers on the wall.
At the last screen after beating the game, press start rapidly.
|Defeat Nappa as Piccolo
|Play through the game as normal until you get to Cell's first form.Use Piccolo and lose once then continue and Piccolo-Kami will be on your character select screen.
|Unlock Super Saiyan2 Gohan
|For Adult Gohan SSJ2 you will have to win the fight in story27 with Adult Gohan SSJ.
|Lose Goten vs. Trunks
|Have SSJ Goku and SSJ Vegeta. Play Trunks' Ex Stories and read all the fliers on the wall.
At the last screen after beating the game, press start rapidly
|On Namek, when the Namekian attacks you, pick <b>left</b>. He'll be unlocked right before you face Ginyu and Jeice. Or...talk to Vegeta twice looking for Android 20, then speak to Tien.
|Vegeta Super Saiyan
|After you unlock Vegeta Normal, he'll be selectable at the Android Saga.
Flash Sword is really hard to get with a low drop rate. The best way to get this card is to battle Vegito in battle mode and win except for round one since it doesn't give prizes. Here are the percentages below.
40% - Teleport
30% - Super Kameha
20% - Atomic Break
10% - Flash Sword
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Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors (Doragon Bōru Zetto Densetsu no Chô Senshi Tachi) is a turn-based fighting game released for the Game Boy Color. It is played with the use of in-game cards for attacks, techniques and support items. The game’s story takes place from the start of Dragon Ball Z, the Saiyan Saga, and runs until the end of the Buu Saga. The game includes two extra stories involving Future Trunks’s timeline. There are 30 battles in the story mode with 2 extra unlock-able battles. Between battles the game’s story mode is shown through character portraits and text bubbles.
Before every fight the player can save the game, alter the deck, and choose which fighter to play with. Every 10th battle the player will face the boss of the saga which are Frieza, Cell, and (kid) Buu. In this mode after every battle won the player gets a choice of unlocking a card. This mode also features an overworld in which the player can interact with NPC’s and find more cards. If certain criteria are met in this mode, new characters may be unlocked. During the first play through only heroes may be unlocked. The villains may be unlocked in the second play through.
Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors features a turn-based card fighting system. There are 125 cards in the game to be used. The 3 types of cards are attack cards, support cards, for healing or stat boosting, and defense cards. The game has character specific cards to be used strategically during battles. Each character has 4 stats which are Health Points, Strength, Ki, and Speed. Health points determine how long you can last in battle, Strength determines how much damage the melee cards do, Ki determines how much damage the beam cards deal.
Speed determines the accuracy of the player’s attacks, the phase of battle the character is in, and the chance of avoiding an enemies attack. The Speed stat is mostly a defensive stat. To increase these stats the player must level up the characters by gaining experience points through battling or to temporarily increase stats by using a support card mid-battle. Each character may only be leveled up 4 times total and since each character has unique stat attributes the game has a strategy element. Before a battle the player must assemble a deck of 20 cards that they must use to battle the opponent with.
Dragon Ball Z - Legendary Super Warriors
Europe: June 30, 2002
Japan: August 9, 2002
Game Boy Color
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