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* ActionGirl: Colonel Violet, Mai, Arale, and Bulma.

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* %%* ActionGirl: Colonel Violet, Mai, Arale, and Bulma.



* {{Bowdlerise}}: Suprisingly averted at least where certain scenes are concerned i.e. Krillin pulling down Bulma's top during Yamcha's fight with Sasuke, leading to the iconic scene that follows.
** Played straight with some of the original music liked [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL6riUIpFss Makafushigi Adventure!]] or [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI_Jzh3SYg4 Romantic Ageru Yo]] well too bad they're not in the European or American versions.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Suprisingly averted at least where certain scenes are concerned i.concerned, e.g. Krillin pulling down Bulma's top during Yamcha's fight with Sasuke, leading to the iconic scene that follows.
** Played straight with some of the original music liked music. Liked [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rL6riUIpFss Makafushigi Adventure!]] or [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI_Jzh3SYg4 Romantic Ageru Yo]] well Yo]]? Well too bad bad, they're not in the European or American versions.


''Dragon Ball: Origins'' (or ''Dragon Ball DS'' as it's known in Japan) are a series of UsefulNotes/NintendoDS games based off Creator/AkiraToriyama's famous manga/anime of the [[Manga/DragonBall same name]]. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragon Balls. The gameplay consists of ActionAdventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. ''Origins'' covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st Tenkaichi Budōkai arc, while ''Origins 2'' covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs.

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''Dragon Ball: Origins'' (or ''Dragon Ball DS'' as it's known in Japan) are a series of UsefulNotes/NintendoDS games based off Creator/AkiraToriyama's famous manga/anime of the [[Manga/DragonBall same name]]. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragon Balls. The gameplay consists of ActionAdventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. ''Origins'' covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st Tenkaichi Tenka'ichi Budōkai arc, while ''Origins 2'' covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs.



** The first game allows you to fight every fighter Goku didn't fight in the Tenkaichi Budōkai.

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** The first game allows you to fight every fighter Goku didn't fight in the Tenkaichi Tenka'ichi Budōkai.



* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: In ''Origins 1'', players can fight through the [[TournamentArc Tenkaichi Budōkai Arc]] as Goku. And as is the case in the actual Tournament you can win by knocking your opponents out of the ring rather than depleting their health. Won't work on Jackie Chun/Master Roshi who needless to say crosses into "ThatOneBoss" territory.

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: In ''Origins 1'', players can fight through the [[TournamentArc Tenkaichi Tenka'ichi Budōkai Arc]] as Goku. And as is the case in the actual Tournament you can win by knocking your opponents out of the ring rather than depleting their health. Won't work on Jackie Chun/Master Roshi who needless to say crosses into "ThatOneBoss" territory.


* BossRush: The first game allows you to fight every fighter Goku didn't fight in the Budokai Tournament.

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* BossRush: BossRush:
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The first game allows you to fight every fighter Goku didn't fight in the Budokai Tournament.Tenkaichi Budōkai.



* CuteBruiser: Arale

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* DistressedDude: One of the extra chapters in Origins 2 has Arale trying to rescue Senbe and Turbo-Kun from Pilaf's Sky fortress.
* FauxActionGirl: Subverted with Bulma which you might not realize if you've never read the manga (beyond the cover art) or watched the anime beforehand though it does turn into Wallbanger fuel in one case.

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* DistressedDude: One of the extra chapters in Origins 2 ''Origins 2'' has Arale trying to rescue Senbe and Turbo-Kun Turbo-kun from Pilaf's Sky fortress.
* EmbeddedPrecursor: The Japanese version of ''Origins 2'' has the first ''Franchise/DragonBall'' Famicom game, ''Dragon Ball: Shenron no Nazo''. It was removed from all other regions even though it got a straight French translation and an English release as ''Dragon Power'' that [[DivorcedInstallment stripped it of the Dragon Ball license]].
* FauxActionGirl: Subverted with Bulma which you might not realize if you've never read the manga (beyond the cover art) or watched the anime beforehand though it does turn into Wallbanger fuel in one case.beforehand.



* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Pilaf (Obviously) see also Jerkass Woobie.
* JackOfAllStats: Origins 2 allowed players to play as 5 other characters besides Goku. And needless to say Goku is the most balanced out of the six playable characters.

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* %%* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Pilaf (Obviously) see also Jerkass Woobie.
(obviously).
* JackOfAllStats: Origins 2 ''Origins 2'' allowed players to play as 5 five other characters besides Goku. And needless to say Goku is the most balanced out of the six playable characters.



* NoExportForYou: The Japanese version of the game came with a port of "Shelong no Nazo". Guess what happened when the game got brought to America & Europe.



* PunchClockVillain: Tao Pai Pai.

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* %%* PunchClockVillain: Tao Pai Pai.



* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: In Origins 1 players can fight through the [[TournamentArc Tekaichi Budokai Arc]] as Goku. And as is the case in the actual Tournament you can win by knocking your opponents out of the ring rather than depleting their health. Won't work on Jackie Chun/Master Roshi who needless to say crosses into "ThatOneBoss" territory.
* TheUnfought: Subverted with Colonel Violet in the second game. Who in the original story was one of the many ranking Red Ribbon Army officers Goku did not fight. However you have to fight her at the end of one of the main chapters.

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: In Origins 1 ''Origins 1'', players can fight through the [[TournamentArc Tekaichi Budokai Tenkaichi Budōkai Arc]] as Goku. And as is the case in the actual Tournament you can win by knocking your opponents out of the ring rather than depleting their health. Won't work on Jackie Chun/Master Roshi who needless to say crosses into "ThatOneBoss" territory.
* TheUnfought: Subverted with Colonel Violet in the second game. Who in In the original story story, she was one of the many ranking Red Ribbon Army officers Goku did not fight. However fight, but here you have to fight her at the end of one of the main chapters.



* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The Flying Nimbus levels in Origins 1.
** Climbing Korin's Tower in Origins 2.

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* UnexpectedGameplayChange: The Flying Nimbus levels in Origins 1.
** Climbing
''Origins 1'', and climbing Korin's Tower in Origins 2.''Origins 2''.


''[=DragonBall=] Origins'' (or ''[=DragonBall=] DS'' as it's known in Japan) are a series of Nintendo DS exclusives games based off Akira Toriyama's famous manga/anime of the [[Franchise/DragonBall same name]]. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragonballs. The gameplay consists of action-adventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. So far two games have been released Origins which covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st budokai arc, and Origins 2 which covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs. While the third game has yet to be officially announced it will presumably cover the the remaining three arcs of the series.


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''[=DragonBall=] ''Dragon Ball: Origins'' (or ''[=DragonBall=] ''Dragon Ball DS'' as it's known in Japan) are a series of Nintendo DS exclusives UsefulNotes/NintendoDS games based off Akira Toriyama's Creator/AkiraToriyama's famous manga/anime of the [[Franchise/DragonBall [[Manga/DragonBall same name]]. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragonballs. Dragon Balls. The gameplay consists of action-adventure ActionAdventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. So far two games have been released Origins which ''Origins'' covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st budokai Tenkaichi Budōkai arc, and Origins 2 which while ''Origins 2'' covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs. While the third game has yet to be officially announced it will presumably cover the the remaining three arcs of the series.


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* ActionGirl: Colonel Violet, Mai,Arale, & Bulma.

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* ActionGirl: Colonel Violet, Mai,Arale, & Mai, Arale, and Bulma.


* DiscOneFinalBoss: Pilaf's HumongousMecha in ''Origins 1''. You would think that he is the FinalBoss of the game given that it has two phases and the boss music makes it sounds like it's the finale. But after you defeat him, the game still progresses into the TournamentArc of the manga, where the true FinalBoss is Jackie Chun, aka Master Roshi.

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* DiscOneFinalBoss: Pilaf's HumongousMecha in ''Origins 1''. You would think that he is the FinalBoss of the game given that it he has two phases and the boss music makes it sounds sound like it's the finale. But after you defeat him, the game still progresses into the TournamentArc of the manga, where the true FinalBoss is Jackie Chun, aka Master Roshi.

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* DiscOneFinalBoss: Pilaf's HumongousMecha in ''Origins 1''. You would think that he is the FinalBoss of the game given that it has two phases and the boss music makes it sounds like it's the finale. But after you defeat him, the game still progresses into the TournamentArc of the manga, where the true FinalBoss is Jackie Chun, aka Master Roshi.


''[=DragonBall=] Origins'' (or ''[=DragonBall=] DS'' as it's known in Japan) are a series of Nintendo DS exclusives games based off Akira Toriyama's famous manga/anime of the same name. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragonballs. The gameplay consists of action-adventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. So far two games have been released Origins which covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st budokai arc, and Origins 2 which covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs. While the third game has yet to be officially announced it will presumably cover the the remaining three arcs of the series.


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''[=DragonBall=] Origins'' (or ''[=DragonBall=] DS'' as it's known in Japan) are a series of Nintendo DS exclusives games based off Akira Toriyama's famous manga/anime of the [[Franchise/DragonBall same name.name]]. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragonballs. The gameplay consists of action-adventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. So far two games have been released Origins which covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st budokai arc, and Origins 2 which covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs. While the third game has yet to be officially announced it will presumably cover the the remaining three arcs of the series.



DragonBall Origins or DragonBall DS as it's known in Japan are series of Nintendo DS exclusives games based off Akira Toriyama's famous manga/anime of the same name. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragonballs. The gameplay consists of action-adventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. So far two games have been released Origins which covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st budokai arc, and Origins 2 which covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs. While the third game has yet to be officially announced it will presumably cover the the remaining three arcs of the series.


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DragonBall Origins or DragonBall DS ''[=DragonBall=] Origins'' (or ''[=DragonBall=] DS'' as it's known in Japan Japan) are a series of Nintendo DS exclusives games based off Akira Toriyama's famous manga/anime of the same name. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragonballs. The gameplay consists of action-adventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. So far two games have been released Origins which covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st budokai arc, and Origins 2 which covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs. While the third game has yet to be officially announced it will presumably cover the the remaining three arcs of the series.


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* SchizophrenicDifficulty: The first game has the bad habit of raising the difficulty by a notch after a BreatherLevel.


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* FragileSpeedster / GlassCannon: Arale, at least when you play as her. A move with invincibility frames does help her out.

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* %%* FragileSpeedster / GlassCannon: Arale, at least when you play as her. A move with invincibility frames does help her out.

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* AdaptationalBadass: Although Bulma would sometimes carry a gun in the manga and anime, [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale it was always to shoot the other guys with when they annoyed her]] and never used against a serious threat, and she would always need the help of Goku or one of the other fighters to bail her out of trouble. Here she has no problem assisting Goku or fighting on her own by blowing away whatever enemies come her way, with firepower ranging from handguns all the way to a ''bazooka''.


* BossRush: The first game allows you to fight every fighter Goku fought in didn't fight in the Budokai Tournament.
** "The Battle Tower" in the second game let's you fight against every major boss in the game.
* BonusBoss: Master Roshi,Korin,Arale, & Goku become bosses you can fight in the second game as certain characters,
* {{Bowdlerise}}: Suprisingly averted at least where certain scenes are concerned i.e. Krillen pulling down Bulma's top during Yamcha's fight with Sasuke, leading to the iconic scene that follows.

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* BossRush: The first game allows you to fight every fighter Goku fought in didn't fight in the Budokai Tournament.
** "The Battle Tower" in the second game let's lets you fight against every major boss in the game.
* BonusBoss: Master Roshi,Korin,Arale, Roshi, Korin, Arale, & Goku become bosses you can fight in the second game as certain characters,
* {{Bowdlerise}}: Suprisingly averted at least where certain scenes are concerned i.e. Krillen Krillin pulling down Bulma's top during Yamcha's fight with Sasuke, leading to the iconic scene that follows.



* BrutalBonusLevel: An extra chapter in the game, has player's roaming through a separate dimension in one of Korin jars. A level which also turns into PlatformHell.

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* BrutalBonusLevel: An extra chapter in the game, has player's players roaming through a separate dimension in one of Korin Korin's jars. A level which also turns into PlatformHell.



* DisproportionateRetribution: One of the extra chapter revolves around Yamcha being forced to fight Bulma after the latter goes batshit insane over a minor issue.Following this Bulma punishes Yamcha for "justly defending himself" by making him jump into a lake at gunpoint.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: One of the extra chapter revolves around Yamcha being forced to fight Bulma after the latter goes batshit insane over a minor issue. Following this Bulma punishes Yamcha for "justly defending himself" by making him jump into a lake at gunpoint.



* FragileSpeedster / GlassCannon: Arale at least when you play as her. A move with invincibility frames does help her out.

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* FragileSpeedster / GlassCannon: Arale Arale, at least when you play as her. A move with invincibility frames does help her out.


DragonBall Origins or DragonBall DS as it's know in Japan are series of Nintendo DS exclusives games based off Akira Toriyama's famous manga/anime of the same name. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragonballs. The gameplay consists of action-adventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. So far two games have been released Origins which covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st budokai arc, and Origins 2 which covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs. While the third game has yet to be officially announced it will presumably cover the the remaining three arcs of the series.


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DragonBall Origins or DragonBall DS as it's know known in Japan are series of Nintendo DS exclusives games based off Akira Toriyama's famous manga/anime of the same name. The game's retell the adventures of Son Goku and his friends in their younger days in their quest to find the seven Dragonballs. The gameplay consists of action-adventure elements while incorporating some light platforming and puzzle elements. So far two games have been released Origins which covers the early parts of the series up until the 21st budokai arc, and Origins 2 which covers the Red Ribbon Army and Fortuneteller Baba arcs. While the third game has yet to be officially announced it will presumably cover the the remaining three arcs of the series.



* FragileSpeedster / GlassCannon: Arale at least when you play as her.

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* FragileSpeedster / GlassCannon: Arale at least when you play as her. A move with invincibility frames does help her out.



** Yamcha also fits this to some degree.

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** Yamcha also fits this to some degree.a lesser degree in comparison to the other characters excluding Goku.



* LightingBruiser: Krillin is an interesting variation as he's actually weaker then Goku but due to his speed, his combos do more damage. He also has low reach as his downside.

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* LightingBruiser: LightningBruiser: Krillin is an interesting variation as he's actually weaker then Goku but due to his speed, his combos do more damage. He also has low reach as his downside.



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