Dragon Ball Z: Shin Butōden
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Dragon Ball Z: Shin Butōden (ドラゴン ボール ゼット 真 武闘伝, Doragon Bōru Zetto: Shin Butōden; Literally meaning "Dragon Ball Z: True Fighter Legend") is a fighting game for the Sega Saturn. It was released only in Japan on November 17, 1995 and developed by Tose Software and published by Bandai.
 Game modes
In Group Battle mode, players get to create a team of five characters and fight against either another player or an AI-controlled character.
In Mr. Satan mode, Mister Satan tries to raise enough money to pay off his debt to Artificial Human No. 18 during the World Tournament Saga. The player places bets on matches and cheats by using several items, such as Banana Peels, Guns, and Dynamite.
 Playable characters
Returning from Dragon Ball Z: Sūpā Butōden:
- Son Goku (Super Saiyan)
- Teen Son Gohan (Super Saiyan 2)
- Artificial Human No. 18
- Artificial Human No. 16
- Cell (Perfect Form)
Returning from Dragon Ball Z: Sūpā Butōden 2:
Returning from Dragon Ball Z: Buyū Retsuden:
- Freeza (Final Form) (NOTE: While Freeza first appeared in Dragon Ball Z: Sūpā Butoden, he first appeared in his powered-down final form in Buyū Retsuden.)
Returning from Dragon Ball Z: Sūpā Butōden 3:
- Majin Boo (Fat Boo)
- Son Goten (Super Saiyan)
- Majin Vegeta
- Trunks Brief (Super Saiyan)
- East Kaio
New to Dragon Ball Z: Shin Butōden:
- Super Boo
- Gotenks (Super Saiyan)
- Great Saiyaman
- Son Goku (Super Saiyan 3)
- Turtle Hermit
- Gogeta (Mislabeled Vegetto) (Super Saiyan)
- Kid Son Goku
- Mister Satan (NOTE: While Mister Satan appeared first in Dragon Ball Z: Sūpā Butōden and Dragon Ball Z: Butōden 2, he appeared as a non-playable character.)
- Unlike its twin game, Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22, Dragon Ball Z: Shin Butōden was never released outside of Japan and uses 2D backgrounds.