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Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu

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Title Screen

Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu

Developer: Webfoot Technologies
Publishers: Atari, SA (US), Bandai (EU)
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Released in US: November 24, 2003
Released in EU: March 26, 2004

DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.
PiracyIcon.png This game has anti-piracy features.

Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu is a one-on-one fighter that is commonly considered to be one of the worst Dragon Ball Z games ever. Its one saving grace was being the first DBZ game released overseas to feature Broly.

Anti-Piracy Measures

And yet this is a relief somehow.

Taiketsu has a similar anti-piracy measure to the Legacy of Goku series if it does not detect the correct save type or hardware. If it doesn't, the game will lock up on this screen the very moment you hit Start.

(As a slightly spiffier point, the Dragon Ball bounces around the screen.)

Developer Family Photos


Open the credits in the options menu. While Patrick Alphonso's name is on-screen (it is the second entry), press Down, Down, Up, R, L, R, then hold Select + L and press B to access this screen, showing photos of Alphonso's relatives Heather, Sophie, and Joseph.

Press A to close the screen and return to the options menu.

(Source: GameFAQs)