Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Goku Edition Unboxing

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Goku Edition is an exclusive collectors edition for Europe and Australia. It contains the Battle of Z game, along with a downloadable code for Goku in Sage Naruto’s costume, a 25-centimeter figure of Super Saiyan Goku, and an artbook from the game’s dev team.

A few DBZ enthusiasts have gotten their hands on this little gem, including YouTube users Kuzakyo, BlueMana Gaming, Nicky Hoefnagels, and Rey Chan. Take a look below at the Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Goku Edition unboxing videos. The first two are the Xbox 360 version version, while the second two are for the PlayStation 3 version.

In case you may be interested, here are videos of unboxings for the PlayStation Vita (normal edition) and Japanese versions of the game.

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Namco Bandai Games Europe has, today, released the Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Goku Edition trailer. This is a limited edition version of the game that was originally announced back in October. It contains the Battle of Z game, along with a downloadable code for Goku in Sage Naruto’s costume, a 25-centimeter figure of Super Saiyan Goku, and an artbook with privileged content from the game’s dev team. The actual game itself is not any different from the normal version, the Goku Edition just comes with a few extra items.

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z Goku Edition will cost around £79.99 (Euro) and will be available in Europe and Australia the same day the normal version is released in those regions. For Europe, the release date is January 24, 2014. The Australian release date has not been officially announced, although it will likely be around the same date as Europe.

No limited editions have been announced for Japan (January 23) or North America (January 28) at this time.