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{{DISPLAYTITLE:''Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension''}}
 
{{Infobox CVG
 
{{Infobox CVG
 
|title = Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension
 
|title = Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension
|image = [[File:HyperD.jpg|250px]]
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|image = [[File:HyperD.jpg|280px]]
 
|developer = [[Wikipedia:Tose (company)|TOSE Software Co.]]
 
|developer = [[Wikipedia:Tose (company)|TOSE Software Co.]]
 
|publisher= [[Wikipedia:Bandai|Bandai]]
 
|publisher= [[Wikipedia:Bandai|Bandai]]
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|series = [[Dragon Ball Z: Butōden (series)|''Butōden'' series]]
 
|series = [[Dragon Ball Z: Butōden (series)|''Butōden'' series]]
 
|engine =
 
|engine =
|released = <small><sup>'''EU'''</sup></small> January 1, 1996<br/><small><sup>'''JPN'''</sup></small> March 29, 1996
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|released = <sup>'''JPN'''</sup> March 29, 1996<br/><sup>'''EU'''</sup> February 1997
 
|genre = [[Wikipedia:Fighting game|Fighting game]]
 
|genre = [[Wikipedia:Fighting game|Fighting game]]
 
|modes = [[Wikipedia:Single-player video game|Single-player]], [[Wikipedia:Multiplayer game|Multiplayer]]
 
|modes = [[Wikipedia:Single-player video game|Single-player]], [[Wikipedia:Multiplayer game|Multiplayer]]
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|input = SNES controller
 
|input = SNES controller
 
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'''''Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension''''' (ドラゴンボールZ ハイパー ディメンション, ''Doragon Bōru Zetto Haipā Dimenshon'') is a ''[[Dragon Ball Z]]'' fighting game released for the Super Nintendo in Europe on January 1, 1996, and the Super Famicom in Japan on March 29, 1996. It was also the last video game of the [[Dragon Ball Z: Butōden (series)|''Butōden'' series]] to be released for the console.
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{{Nihongo|'''''Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension'''''|ドラゴンボール {{Ruby|HYPER|ハイパー}} {{Ruby|DIMENSION|ディメンション}}|''Doragon Bōru Zetto Haipā Dimenshon''}} is a ''[[Dragon Ball Z]]'' fighting game released for the Super Famicom in Japan on March 29, 1996, and the Super Nintendo in Europe on February 1997. It was the last ''Dragon Ball Z'' game to be released for the console.
   
==Gameplay==
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==Overview==
 
[[File:Hyper 25.png|thumb|left|Vegeta fires Ki Blasts]]
 
[[File:Hyper 25.png|thumb|left|Vegeta fires Ki Blasts]]
 
''Hyper Dimension'' features a story similar to that of the ''Dragon Ball Z'' anime, taking place from the late [[Frieza Saga]] through the [[Kid Buu Saga]]. The only prominent difference is that select characters losing certain battles does not impede on the progression of the plot. Other characters deaths, usually those of [[Goku]] or [[Gohan]], require the use of a credit, appropriately a [[Senzu Bean]], to continue playing. Also, the story mode of ''Hyper Dimension'' is not like other fighting games of its time, such as ''Street Fighter'', ''Tekken'', or ''Mortal Kombat'' where the plot focuses on the character selected by the player. Scenarios during the game start with focus on one character and generally end with the focus of another. The story mode is also quite inaccurate to the true story; mostly due to the lack of characters during various points in the story. Examples include [[Piccolo]] fighting [[Frieza]] in his [[Frieza#Final From|final form]] and Goku being the one to defeat [[Cell]] as a [[Super Saiyan 2]].
 
''Hyper Dimension'' features a story similar to that of the ''Dragon Ball Z'' anime, taking place from the late [[Frieza Saga]] through the [[Kid Buu Saga]]. The only prominent difference is that select characters losing certain battles does not impede on the progression of the plot. Other characters deaths, usually those of [[Goku]] or [[Gohan]], require the use of a credit, appropriately a [[Senzu Bean]], to continue playing. Also, the story mode of ''Hyper Dimension'' is not like other fighting games of its time, such as ''Street Fighter'', ''Tekken'', or ''Mortal Kombat'' where the plot focuses on the character selected by the player. Scenarios during the game start with focus on one character and generally end with the focus of another. The story mode is also quite inaccurate to the true story; mostly due to the lack of characters during various points in the story. Examples include [[Piccolo]] fighting [[Frieza]] in his [[Frieza#Final From|final form]] and Goku being the one to defeat [[Cell]] as a [[Super Saiyan 2]].
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[[File:Hyper 18.jpg|thumb|left|Kid Buu vs Mr. Buu]]
 
[[File:Hyper 18.jpg|thumb|left|Kid Buu vs Mr. Buu]]
In addition to Story Mode, the game features Versus, Tournament and Practice Modes. The Versus Mode allows a player to fight a computer-controlled character, or for two players to fight each other. The Tournament Mode allows up to eight players to compete against each other, or computer-controlled characters, similar to the previous games of the ''Butōden'' series. Practice Mode allows a player to fight a player-controlled character, but no damage is dealt. This mode is useful for mastering combos or experimenting with the fundamental controls of the game.
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In addition to Story Mode, the game features Versus, Tournament and Practice Modes. The Versus Mode allows a player to fight a computer-controlled character, or for two players to fight each other. The Tournament Mode allows up to eight players to compete against each other, or computer-controlled characters, similar to the previous [[Dragon Ball Z: Butōden (series)|''Butōden'' games]]. Practice Mode allows a player to fight a player-controlled character, but no damage is dealt. This mode is useful for mastering combos or experimenting with the fundamental controls of the game.
   
 
Used to listen to background music and sound effects. Although the Story Mode is not included in the French version of the game, the BGM tracks related to it can still be heard here.
 
Used to listen to background music and sound effects. Although the Story Mode is not included in the French version of the game, the BGM tracks related to it can still be heard here.
   
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==Characters==
==Playable characters==
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===Playable characters===
 
[[File:Hyper 30.jpg|thumb|Player Select screen]]
 
[[File:Hyper 30.jpg|thumb|Player Select screen]]
 
*[[Super Saiyan 2]] [[Goku]]
 
*[[Super Saiyan 2]] [[Goku]]
 
**[[Super Saiyan 3]], transformation exclusive to the [[Super Dragon Fist]] combo attack
 
**[[Super Saiyan 3]], transformation exclusive to the [[Super Dragon Fist]] combo attack
*[[Majin Vegeta]]
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*[[Vegeta|Majin Vegeta]]
 
*Super Saiyan 3 [[Gotenks]]
 
*Super Saiyan 3 [[Gotenks]]
*[[Gohan#Ultimate Gohan|Ultimate Gohan]]
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*[[Gohan|Ultimate Gohan]]
*[[Vegito#Super Vegito|Super Vegito]]
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*[[Vegito|Super Vegito]]
 
*[[Piccolo]]
 
*[[Piccolo]]
*[[Majin Buu]]
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*[[Innocent Buu|Majin Buu]]
 
*[[Kid Buu]]
 
*[[Kid Buu]]
*[[Frieza]] ([[Frieza#Final Form|Final Form]])
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*[[Frieza]] (Final Form)
*[[Perfect Cell]]
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*[[Cell|Perfect Cell]]
   
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===Non-Playable characters===
==Battle dialogues==
 
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*[[Goten]] and [[Trunks]] ''(appears in Gotenks victory pose)''
===English Translated Goku Ending battle dialogue===
 
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*[[Mr. Satan]] and [[Bee]] ''(appears in Majin Buu's victory pose)''
*Dialogue after beating [[Super Saiyan]] [[Majin]] [[Vegeta]]: Vegeta, you're a great fighter.
 
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*[[Super Buu]] ''(appears on the fighter selection screen)''
*Dialogue after beating [[Super Saiyan 3]] [[Gotenks]]: Even in [[Super Saiyan 3]] you still can't beat me.
 
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*[[Krillin]] (appears on the continue screen)
*Dialogue after beating Mystic [[Gohan]]: Gohan, I am proud, son. You fought me well.
 
*Dialogue after beating [[Vegito]], [[Piccolo]], Fat [[Buu]], [[Kid Buu]], [[Frieza]], [[Cell]]: You are great but I won!
 
   
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==Story Mode Battles==
===English Translated Majin Vegeta ending dialogue===
 
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(Note: Battles in Bold are battles that you have to use a credit to continue if you lose. The other battles allow you to continue the story regardless of winning or losing, though the story changes slightly if you win.)
*Dialogue after beating [[Goku]]: HAHAHAHA!! Is that all, Kakarot?! HAHAHAHA!!
 
*Dialogue after beating [[Gotenks]]: You little punk! Such weak power..
 
*Dialogue after beating [[Gohan]],[[Vegito| Vegito]],[[Piccolo| Piccolo]], [[Kid Buu]], [[Frieza]], [[Cell]]: HAHAHAHA!!! How Pathetic. You cannot defeat me!!
 
*Dialogue after beating Fat [[Buu]]: You can't beat me if that's all you've got.
 
   
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===Frieza Saga===
===English translated Gotenks ending dialogue===
 
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* Piccolo VS Frieza
*Dialogue after beating Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Vegito, Piccolo, Frieza, Cell: My Super Saiyan 3 power level is amazing!
 
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* '''Goku VS Frieza'''
*Dialogue after beating Fat Buu: You are a Fat Pink bastard! You really suck!
 
*Dialogue after beating Kid Buu: Ha! Is that all you got? What a loser. Get lost!!!
 
   
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===Cell Saga===
===English translated Gohan ending dialogue===
 
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* Vegeta VS Cell
*Dialogue after beating Goku, Piccolo: Is that all?! I thought you were better.
 
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* '''Goku VS Cell'''
*Dialogue after beating Vegeta, Vegito, Fat Buu, Kid Buu, Frieza, Cell: You are weak.
 
*Dialogue after beating Gotenks: Even fused you two can't beat me!
 
   
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===Buu Saga===
===English translated Vegito ending dialogue===
 
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* Goku VS Majin Vegeta
*Dialogue after beating Goku, Vegeta, Gotenks, Gohan, Piccolo: Was that your best? That was way too easy.
 
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* Majin Vegeta VS Majin Buu
*Dialogue after beating Fat Buu, Kid Buu, Frieza, Cell: Your evil can never win against my power. Do you give up?
 
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* '''Goku VS Majin Buu'''
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* '''Goku VS Kid Buu'''
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* Vegeta VS Kid Buu
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* Majin Buu VS Kid Buu
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* '''Goku VS Kid Buu 2'''
   
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===Trials of Gohan===
===English translated Piccolo ending dialogue===
 
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(Note: These battles are only obtainable by clearing Story Mode without using a Senzu Bean)
*Dialogue after beating Goku, Vegeta, Gotenks, Vegito, Fat Buu, Kid Buu: You will have to train much more to be at my level...
 
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* '''Ultimate Gohan VS Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks'''
*Dialogue after beating Gohan: Gohan...was that all...?
 
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* '''Goku VS Ultimate Gohan'''
*Dialogue after beating Frieza: I have now avenged the ones you have killed!!!
 
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* '''Ultimate Gohan VS Super Saiyan Vegito'''
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension marks the video game debut of Vegito.
*This is the first video game of the [[Dragon Ball (franchise)|''Dragon Ball'' franchise]] to be released in the PAL region.
 
 
*This is the first video game of the ''Dragon Ball'' franchise to have Kid Buu as a playable character.
 
*This is the first video game of the ''Dragon Ball'' franchise to have Kid Buu as a playable character.
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*Cell is the only character to have two Desperation Attacks.
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*If Player 1 was to survive or block the Desperation Attack of a computer controlled Gotenks, Gotenks would then be under the control of Player 2.
 
*This is the first and only SNES video game of the ''Dragon Ball'' franchise not to feature Future Trunks.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
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Hyper 22.jpg|Title Screen
 
Hyper 22.jpg|Title Screen
 
HDStageSelect.png|Battle stages
 
HDStageSelect.png|Battle stages
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</gallery>
 
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Revision as of 00:51, April 19, 2020

Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension (ドラゴンボールZ HYPERハイパー DIMENSIONディメンション Doragon Bōru Zetto Haipā Dimenshon) is a Dragon Ball Z fighting game released for the Super Famicom in Japan on March 29, 1996, and the Super Nintendo in Europe on February 1997. It was the last Dragon Ball Z game to be released for the console.

Overview

Hyper 25

Vegeta fires Ki Blasts

Hyper Dimension features a story similar to that of the Dragon Ball Z anime, taking place from the late Frieza Saga through the Kid Buu Saga. The only prominent difference is that select characters losing certain battles does not impede on the progression of the plot. Other characters deaths, usually those of Goku or Gohan, require the use of a credit, appropriately a Senzu Bean, to continue playing. Also, the story mode of Hyper Dimension is not like other fighting games of its time, such as Street Fighter, Tekken, or Mortal Kombat where the plot focuses on the character selected by the player. Scenarios during the game start with focus on one character and generally end with the focus of another. The story mode is also quite inaccurate to the true story; mostly due to the lack of characters during various points in the story. Examples include Piccolo fighting Frieza in his final form and Goku being the one to defeat Cell as a Super Saiyan 2.

Hyper 8

Cell attacks Piccolo

The amount of life for characters is measured by a number system from 1 to 999, which can be charged at any time during the match. When the life reaches a level below 80, the characters are able to perform "desperate moves", which cause significantly higher amounts of damage. The characters fight on a multi-tier stage, which allows opponents to hit each other to other stages.

Hyper 18

Kid Buu vs Mr. Buu

In addition to Story Mode, the game features Versus, Tournament and Practice Modes. The Versus Mode allows a player to fight a computer-controlled character, or for two players to fight each other. The Tournament Mode allows up to eight players to compete against each other, or computer-controlled characters, similar to the previous Butōden games. Practice Mode allows a player to fight a player-controlled character, but no damage is dealt. This mode is useful for mastering combos or experimenting with the fundamental controls of the game.

Used to listen to background music and sound effects. Although the Story Mode is not included in the French version of the game, the BGM tracks related to it can still be heard here.

Characters

Playable characters

Hyper 30

Player Select screen

Non-Playable characters

  • Goten and Trunks (appears in Gotenks victory pose)
  • Mr. Satan and Bee (appears in Majin Buu's victory pose)
  • Super Buu (appears on the fighter selection screen)
  • Krillin (appears on the continue screen)

Story Mode Battles

(Note: Battles in Bold are battles that you have to use a credit to continue if you lose. The other battles allow you to continue the story regardless of winning or losing, though the story changes slightly if you win.)

Frieza Saga

  • Piccolo VS Frieza
  • Goku VS Frieza

Cell Saga

  • Vegeta VS Cell
  • Goku VS Cell

Buu Saga

  • Goku VS Majin Vegeta
  • Majin Vegeta VS Majin Buu
  • Goku VS Majin Buu
  • Goku VS Kid Buu
  • Vegeta VS Kid Buu
  • Majin Buu VS Kid Buu
  • Goku VS Kid Buu 2

Trials of Gohan

(Note: These battles are only obtainable by clearing Story Mode without using a Senzu Bean)

  • Ultimate Gohan VS Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks
  • Goku VS Ultimate Gohan
  • Ultimate Gohan VS Super Saiyan Vegito

Trivia

  • Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension marks the video game debut of Vegito.
  • This is the first video game of the Dragon Ball franchise to have Kid Buu as a playable character.
  • Cell is the only character to have two Desperation Attacks.
  • If Player 1 was to survive or block the Desperation Attack of a computer controlled Gotenks, Gotenks would then be under the control of Player 2.
  • This is the first and only SNES video game of the Dragon Ball franchise not to feature Future Trunks.

Gallery

Site Navigation

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