Dragon Ball Z: Buyuu Retsuden

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The game was also distributed in Portugal, during this time, where it is simply called Dragon Ball Z. The first version of the game sold in the region was the Japanese version, released with a Mega Key 2 and the Spanish instructions of the Dragon Ball Z: L'Appel du Destin FR/ES version, copied and printed on both sides of an A4 paper sheet, included as a manual (and the original Japanese manual). Later, in 1996, for the second version, the distributor Ecofilmes, would take Japanese copies of the game, replace the cover by one from a Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone VHS cassette directed by Japanese scriptwriter and series director Kazuhisa Takenouchi[7] (竹之内 和久) sold by Prisvideo-Edições Videográficas, Lda (Prisvideo signed a contract in 1996 with, London-based Manga Entertainment, a producer, licensee, and distributor of Japanese animation in the United States and United Kingdom, to release their anime films[8] in Portugal) a sister company of Ecofilmes during the same period in the region and the manual with Portuguese translated equivalents (but keep the Japanese cart), and sell the game as is, promising a free converter cart (Mega Key III) as the Japanese cartridges cannot fit into European Mega Drives.

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