Thank You to the DBZ CCG Site

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I just wrote my first guest post on a Dragon Ball site called DBZ Retro CCG, focused completely on the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.

Like any guest post, the goal was two fold. First to build up buzz for the “It’s Over 9,000!” e-book, and second to help another blogger with fresh content.

Here’s the It’s Over 9,000! DBZ article on the Retro DBZ CCG site.

Never heard of the DBZ CCG? It’s a card game where you build up decks of heroes, villains, and items from the DBZ series, such as dragon balls, and then fight against one another on the card table. It’s been around for over a decade and is still played by a lot of people.

Josh Morris, a co-creator of the site, has been involved with the Dragon Ball community for a long time and he helped refine my press release to appeal to DBZ fans before it went out to hundreds of news sites, including ANN.

His site is filled with strategies on how to win at the DBZ CCG and build the perfect deck. It also features recorded competitions and reports from tournaments and anime conventions.

Read my book review of the old school “Pojo’s Unofficial dragon Ball Z Cards Simplified: A Players Guide” and you’ll see that it was popular enough to warrant a whole book, along with a video game for the Game Boy Advance.

And be sure to watch some of the card battles for a retro blast to the past. If you ever played the game before, then it may just pull you into the game all over again.

Now for the most important question: Are you going to build a Goku deck, or a Majin Buu deck?



5 responses to “Thank You to the DBZ CCG Site”

  1. Dave says:

    Confucius Say: When others ask for your words of wisdom, you are here to stay !

  2. Donny says:

    I remember that game…. it looped the same 1 minute of music nonstop and it played really slow and confusing.

    If they redid that game properly- a 2d overhead with a fun plot, more stylized music, faster battles, better tutorials, I think they could have a lot of luck with it. Maybe have it so you can play vs. battles on XBox Live with special cards unlocked as rewards and/or traded with friends! Think of the endless possibilities! (Funimation, are you guys listening? Or rather, is the American company that makes games for you listening?)

  3. Donny says:

    Oh, I meant 2d overhead (like Legacy of Goku 2) where it then switches to "Battle Mode" which is 1D. The game could also allow for playing as various characters from the series and maybe leveling them up.

  4. Donny says:

    It’d probably work well with a ton of updates/expansions, given how ginormous the DBZGT Universe is.

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