Genesis Dragon Ball Z - Info
Genesis Dragon Ball Z The gameplay is quite similar to the Super Butoden games for the SNES. It features the split-screen that allows the player to stay so far from the opponents and performs an energy ki blast although is not necessary to stay away from the opponent to perform it. When the ki blast is performed far away, the opponent has very little time to defend from the ki blast. The game is a typical fighting game. "A" punches, "B" kicks, "Up" jumps, and various combination moves can be done by holding the various controller buttons together. The "C" button is used to switch between staying on land and flying in the sky. A unique feature in this game is that both characters will always be on-screen simultaneously â€” leading to the game doing vertical split-screen with scrolling, rotating split screen, and various other neat tricks the Mega Drive was not known for doing (accomplished using various tricks with VDP layer management). This feature is in fact required by some of the strongest moves (which require both players to be far away from each other).