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|title=<center>Dragon Ball Z Bucchigiri Match</center>
 
|title=<center>Dragon Ball Z Bucchigiri Match</center>
 
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|imagecaption=The app’s icon.
 
|status=<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''</span>
 
|status=<span style="color:red;">'''Lost'''</span>
 
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'''''Dragon Ball Z Bucchigiri Match''''' was a browser based card game based on the titular anime series launched in Japan during the May of 2018, and shut down in March of 2020. Relying on its success based on the “Gotcha!style of mobile game monetization. The game was reportedly closed due to failure to make enough money, likely due to the game being browser only. Or because of the developer. Being unable to go global. Thanks to the strength of the Dragon Ball mobile game community. The game was able to pick up notoriety and a decent cult following, spawning it’s own Subreddit and devoted players willing to translate and play the game publicly.
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'''''Dragon Ball Z Bucchigiri Match''''' was a browser based card game based on the titular anime series launched in Japan during the May of 2018, and shut down in March of 2020.<ref>[https://twitter.com/bucchigiri_info The official Twitter page for the game.] Retrieved 29 Oct '20</ref> Relying on its success based on the "Gotcha!" style of mobile game monetization. The game was reportedly closed due to failure to make enough money, likely due to the game being browser only. Or because of the developer. Being unable to go global. Thanks to the strength of the ''Dragon Ball'' mobile game community. The game was able to pick up notoriety and a decent cult following, spawning it’s own Subreddit and devoted players willing to translate and play the game publicly.
  
 
==Availability==
 
==Availability==
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{{Video|perrow  =3
 
{{Video|perrow  =3
 
   |service1    =youtube
 
   |service1    =youtube
   |id1          = https://youtu.be/U9Zi4J7aXkE
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   |id1          =U9Zi4J7aXkE
   |description1 =Trailer reupload by popular DBZ Youtuber
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   |description1 =Trailer reupload by popular ''Dragon Ball Z'' Youtuber.
 
   |service2    =youtube
 
   |service2    =youtube
   |id2          = https://youtu.be/158DY8nnQkw
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   |id2          =158DY8nnQkw
   |description2 =Basic gameplay and summons
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   |description2 =Basic gameplay and summons.
 
   |service3    =youtube
 
   |service3    =youtube
   |id3          = https://youtu.be/GHKbEFDLLtc
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   |id3          =GHKbEFDLLtc
   |description3 =Popular Youtuber/translator of the game’s video showing the game pre-shutdown
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   |description3 =Popular Youtuber/translator of the game’s video showing the game pre-shutdown.
 
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==Reference==
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{{reflist}}
  
==References==
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[[Category:Lost internet media]]
 
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[[Category:Lost video games]]
The official Twitter page for the game <ref>[https://twitter.com/bucchigiri_info] Made Public/Retrieved Jan '18</ref>
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[[Category:Completely lost media]]
 
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:lost video games]] [[Category: lost internet media]]
 
 
 
{{reflist}}
 

Revision as of 20:39, 29 October 2020

3EFDF6D6-E982-4C25-91FD-E0100D276073.jpeg

The app’s icon.

Status: Lost

Dragon Ball Z Bucchigiri Match was a browser based card game based on the titular anime series launched in Japan during the May of 2018, and shut down in March of 2020.[1] Relying on its success based on the "Gotcha!" style of mobile game monetization. The game was reportedly closed due to failure to make enough money, likely due to the game being browser only. Or because of the developer. Being unable to go global. Thanks to the strength of the Dragon Ball mobile game community. The game was able to pick up notoriety and a decent cult following, spawning it’s own Subreddit and devoted players willing to translate and play the game publicly.

Availability

The game has countless gameplay videos, guides, and full strategy guides for it. So the game’s impact still exists on the internet, although the service has shut down, meaning its impossible at the moment to play the game. Despite it’s devout following. There has currently been no attempts to bring back the servers.

Gallery

Trailer reupload by popular Dragon Ball Z Youtuber.
Basic gameplay and summons.
Popular Youtuber/translator of the game’s video showing the game pre-shutdown.

Reference