Now you guys had to know they was going to make this sooner or later right? This game is pretty much like the rest of the anime browser games. It works off of the battle power system. So it will be heavily influenced, by money at the end of the day.
The game story follows the Dragonball Universe exactly. Starting from the kid goku days leader into the Saiyan God Movie. Anime Pirates the game that this format is following. Has a lot of modes and game play. More in fact than any other game around. So even if they copy that format. This game should be around a long time.
Plus eventhough I won’t play this as much as Bleach. I have every intention of going Super Saiyan on someone’s ass in pvp 🙂
THIS IS A NON-PROFIT FAN-BASED SOUNDTRACK/SCORE EDIT (parody-remix) DRAGON BALL and DRAGON BALL Z are all owned by FUNimation, Toei Animation, Fuji TV and Akira Toriyama. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods is distributed by Toei Company, Ltd. and 20th Century Fox. Please support the official release.
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This is a PARODY and REMIX, a NON-PROFIT FAN-BASED PARODY-REMIX PROJECT. Yes, I own the film: http://imgur.com/400B5gw
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Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods – CZ Edition is a soundtrack/score edit project I decided to do after watching a few clips on YouTube of people adding in music from the Faulconer Productions (Bruce Faulconer, Julius Dobos, Budd Guin, Ben Kasparek, Scott Morgan & Mike Smith) soundtrack/score of FUNimation’s Dragon Ball Z dub to the first DBZ movie in ages, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. The music many of us grew up with in the late 90’s and early 00’s. I thought, “It’d be really cool if someone did this in the highest quality…and right…for the *entire movie*. That would be so freaking cool, especially for us fans that grew up with that dub.” So, I did. And then some.
Before I say anything else, I want to make it clear: I am a fan of both scores, both dubs, Japanese and English, the show’s original Japanese score, the show’s FUNimation produced score, the movie’s original score, everything. This is NOT meant to start another war in the comments about which score or soundtrack is better. I did this as a fun project because there’s always demand (nostalgia-driven, yes) from a lot of people who grew up with this music while experiencing the series for the first time on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block or the subsequent DVD releases. I didn’t do this in spite of the original score or in disregard for it; I did it so that all of us that grew up with this style of Dragon Ball Z can re-experience it again through this movie with *another version* of BoG. A re-scored version that caters to American (and even global) fans of Dragon Ball Z that started watching it when Cartoon Network’s Toonami block was first airing FUNimation’s original dub of the series, when the Dragon Ball Z and anime phenomenon spread in America.
There are fun bits I added for the all-around Dragon Ball fan, this isn’t just a Faulconer Productions edition…it “is”, but it’s slightly more than that. If you’re even more *”classic old-school dub”* you’ll be pleased to see that I added the *true original dub’s*, the Ocean Dub’s, theme song: «Main Title» & «End Title»…better known as «Rock the Dragon» into this edit (because nothing screams DBZ nostalgia for me, and probably you, like hearing “Rock the Dragon”). I also paid homage to the original Japanese score with «Makafushigi Adventure!» in a bright and funny way throughout the movie. And once again if you love the original Japanese score -and honestly if you’re a Dragon Ball fan in general-, you’re going to love the credits, I had fun with what I inserted in there (it syncs up perfectly with the end).
So please, sit down and watch, enjoy and share. I’ve put many hours and nights into this, play it loud! If you have headphones and like to watch with those, please do and blast it! If the response for this goes well and there’s demand I might consider making a ‘CZ Edition’ (aka Faulconer Productions soundtrack/score edit) for *Resurrection ‘F’* and eventually even the new series *Dragon Ball Super*. Speaking of, HOW CRAZY IS IT THAT WE’RE GETTING NEW MOVIES AND A NEW SERIES OF DRAGON BALL IN 2015 GUYS?! It’s pretty crazy.
FAQ and cool facts over here: http://pastebin.com/zYRMFvyn
The music used for this project was created by BRUCE FAULCONER & FAULCONER PRODUCTIONS: JULIUS DOBOS, BUDD GUIN, BEN KASPAREK, SCOTT MORGAN & MIKE SMITH. The music was featured in the original FUNimation dub of Dragon Ball Z.
Special thanks to:
• Yuriko Mori, Takeshi Ike, Kōhei Tanaka & Hiroki Takahashi for «Makafushigi Adventure!»
• Shuki Levy & Kussa Mahehi(Haim Saban) for «Main Title» & «End Title» («Rock the Dragon»)
• Yukinojō Mori, Chiho Kiyo’oka, Kenji Yamamoto & Hironobu Kageyama for «CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA» — Live performace by Hironobu Kageyama & Masaaki Endoh
Anime and manga fans are increasing world wide! Tokyo is at the center of it all so in this episode, John Daub and Patrick W. Galbraith, author of the Otaku Encyclopedia and Moe Manifesto head to Nakano Broadway and Mandarake, a famous manga shop.
This place is otaku heaven!
Here we discuss:
★ Why is manga and anime becoming more popular?
★ Dragon Ball Z GOKU vs. SUPERMAN
★ Anime vs. Manga
Is the book better than the movie?
We also look at some of Mandarake’s collectable toys and some of the oldest manga available at the shop.
Next, we go to Asagaya and WAO Corporation’s studio where they are making a crowd-funded anime production called Chuya-den.
Chuya-den, directed by Yoshiyuki “Yoshiko” Kaneko who studied animation under Taku Furukawa, the Japanese Animation Guru!
Chuya-den is using a new crowd-funding model for creating original anime. Connecting fans and creators to make original ideas is the key to the success of budding ideas and many young anime creators start in outfits like Chuya-den. Patrick and John look at the process from character creation to digitalizing and coloring in a small indie studio.
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Grab your friends and prepare for adventure. Welcome to http://www.WatchMojo.com, and today we are counting down our picks for Top 10 Adventure Anime Series. For this list we considered only anime series in the adventure or action adventure genres. We also excluded anime films as that is a list for another day. Ready, steady, go! Click here to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=watchmojo or visit our channel page here: http://www.youtube.com/watchmojo Also, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest 🙂
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Top 10 Greatest Anime Villains
Anime series and films are known for their incredibly original and menacing bad guys who give the heroes a true run for their money. These range from demons to mad ninjas and vile creatures. Join http://www.Watchmojo.com counting down the top 10 Anime Villains.
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#10. Sephiroth “Final Fantasy VII Advent Children/Last Order Final Fantasy VII” (2005)
#9. Johan Liebert “Monster” (20042005)
#8. Sir Crocodile “One Piece” (1999)
#7. Shinobu Sensui “Yu Yu Hakusho” A.K.A “Ghost Files” (19932006)
#6. Vicious “Cowboy Bebop” (1998)
#5. Naraku “Inuyasha” (2000 2005)
#4. Orochimaru “Naruto” (20022007)