Dragon Ball Z is a video game series adapted from the popular manga of the same name, created by Akira Toriyama. The plot of the series tells about the adventures of Songoku on earth as he is trained in martial arts and searches and discovers the secrets of the seven dragon balls to fulfill his wish.
Games in the game category fall into many different genres but are mainly role-playing and action games with many different playing platforms. The games especially stick to the original plot and get a certain linear sequence. The author also wrote the main character designs like Android 21 for Dragon Ball FighterZ and Bonyū for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.
Since 1986 when this name was born, Bandai has produced many video games that inspired this theme to create classic games in Japan. All games are in 16-bit and 32-bit format. Later, most of them were copyrighted and released in popular markets such as Europe and Australia. However, no game can be published in the demanding North American market.
In 2000, Infogrames was the first to acquire the copyright and release the latest versions of the series at that time, the Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku and Dragon Ball Z: Budokai series and ushered in an era of openness. Developers of the game have a Japanese appearance in this market.
After years of developing and enriching game companies. By December 2014, more than 40 million video games based on the franchise had been sold worldwide and in profits were in the tens of billions of dollars. The series’ games are distributed to almost every platform ranging from handheld consoles to newer ones like PC, Arcade, or mobile games. All release platforms have certain success effects.