Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension
|Released By||Twilight Translations|
|Patching Information||No-Header (SNES)|
|Genre||Action > Fighting|
|Game Date||29 March 1996|
|Release Date||29 July 2010|
|Last Modified||25 December 2014|
Yup, yet another DBZ fighting game on the Super NES; this makes it the fourth. So what makes this particular flavor different? Mostly, just slightly prettier graphics thanks to the SA-1 chip. DBZ fans will most likely enjoy the game; while others will simply see a sluggish fighter with pretty graphics. Shrug.
All the text in the game has been translated. The story mode, versus mode, tournament, etc. are complete and in English. There are also VWFs up the wahzoo, so everything should look great.
There are currently no known bugs in the patch.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Country: Japan
- Internal checksum 64F0
- CRC32 F4AB1557
- MD5 ED18B3C3B148BCAFDBE228E27E89BD2D
- Dragon Ball Z - Hyper Dimension (Japan) (No-Intro 2014-12-21)
User Review Information
Couldn't Ask For MoreReviewed By: Eldrethor on 30 Jun 2020
Twilight Translations really outdid themselves with this release. It’s pretty much everything you would expect from an official release, minus the obnoxious copyright symbols attached to each character’s name. The narration text is well-written and beautifully rendered using their variable width font, and the dialogue perfectly captures the characterization of each of the Z-Fighters. Granted, this is largely because the English dub is very close in style to its Japanese source, but it still shows the level of care and detail that went into this project.
This is about as perfect as a translation patch can get. In fact, if I didn’t know any better, I would have assumed that this was an official release that somehow escaped every gaming magazine in existence. This is an absolute staple for any Dragon Ball Z fan who grew up with the SNES/SFC.
Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes
|Couldn't Ask For More||Eldrethor||30 Jun 2020||1.0||Yes|