Dragon Ball Z: Super Butouden 2 (lost English localization of SNES fighting game; 1996)


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Dragon Ball (SNES)
Cover to Club Nintendo (Mexico) Year 5, Issue 3 (Date: March, 1996)
Cover to Club Nintendo (Mexico) Year 5, Issue 3 (Date: March, 1996)
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In 1995, Funimation produced an American dub of the original Dragon Ball anime in hopes to capitalize on the success of the series like it had in the rest of the world. It was done for 13 episodes and a year later, they dropped Dragon Ball and decided to dub Dragon Ball Z and the rest would be history.

But somewhere in between this transition, there was going to be a fully English translated version of Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 2 for the SNES released around the time Dragon Ball Z started. The game mainly features characters and stories from the "Cell Saga".

No real information has appeared other than a cover story in the Mexican Edition of Club Nintendo, dated March 1996 (Year 5, issue 3). Some of the changes included calling Brolly "Tara" and Mr. Satan "Saron".

Other than that, no other info has appeared since.

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Anonymous user #1

7 months ago
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Wow, I still got that magazine.
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AhHAivedoneit527

3 months ago
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lol send it to me? xD
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Anonymous user #2

3 months ago
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So, to my understanding, this was to be an English translation of an already released game that was never released. If that's the case, could the article's name possibly be changed to reflect that? Or am I simply just confused?
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Reynard

1 months ago
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Done!
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Anonymous user #3

1 months ago
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IDK if this is what the articles were talking about, but the DragonBall Butoden 2 was fully released in Japan and even made available on N3DS eShop to select users for ordering another game.
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