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Atari Releases Legacy of Goku Double Pack

by Stan Ferguson - December 13, 2005, 10:24 am PST
Total comments: 3 Source: Press Release

One game cartridge. Double the Dragonball RPG.

The Legacy Continues on the Game Boy Advance: Atari Releases

'Dragon Ball Z(R): Legacy of Goku(TM) I & Legacy of Goku(TM) II 2-in-1 Pack'

Best-Selling DBZ GBA Games Now Available on Single Game Pack

NEW YORK, Dec. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Two of the most exciting and

best-selling Dragon Ball Z(R) games of all-time return for a whole new

generation of players as Atari, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATAR) today announced the

company has shipped Dragon Ball Z(R): Legacy of Goku I & Legacy of Goku II

2-in-1 Pack for the Game Boy(R) Advance. Dragon Ball Z: Legacy of Goku I &

Legacy of Goku II 2-in-1 Pack features the complete Legacy of Goku and

Legacy of Goku II -- the best-selling DBZ GBA games of all time -- on a

single Game Pak. With hours of role-playing, fighting and action gameplay,

Dragon Ball Z: Legacy of Goku I & Legacy of Goku II 2-in-1 Pack gives fans

who are new to DBZ a chance to experience games that have thrilled millions

of players.

"The Legacy of Goku games have been long-standing favorites of DBZ fans, but

for new fans they have been hard to find lately," said Matt Collins,

Director of Global Brand Management, Atari. "Now, new DBZ fans can join in

on the fun and get these best-selling games on a single cartridge with

Dragon Ball Z: Legacy of Goku I & Legacy of Goku II 2-in-1 Pack."

Rated E for Everyone, Dragon Ball Z: Legacy of Goku I & Legacy of Goku II

2-in-1 Pack invites players to recreate the most intense moments from the

first half of the Dragon Ball Z animated series. The game, which is playable

exclusively for the Game Boy Advance, is available nationwide for a

suggested retail price of $29.95.

For additional information on Dragon Ball Z video games please visit

www.atari.com/dragonballz.

Talkback

ThePermDecember 14, 2005

thats pretty cool actually...normally when some licensed game gets released i'm like ughh..but if i remember correctly..both of these games were at least decent..and if you put them together..well it actually ups the value

Infernal MonkeyDecember 17, 2005

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Two of the most exciting and best-selling Dragon Ball Z(R) games of all-time return for a whole new generation of players


... What. THE GAMES ARE ONLY TWO YEARS OLD.

IceColdDecember 18, 2005

In Atari-land two years is a generation...

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