The Dragon Ball Z CCG: The Journey From Score Entertainment to Panini America

It’s been such a crazy week since the announcement that the Dragon Ball Z game was coming back. It’s fun to look to the future, but while we wait for more information let’s look at how we got to where we are now. A few years ago, some alumni from Score Entertainment got together at Gen Con and discussed the waning days of the beloved company. We thought this was a good time to bring that panel video back as we celebrate a new dawn for the game and gear up for the festivities at Gen Con.


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2 Comments to "The Dragon Ball Z CCG: The Journey From Score Entertainment to Panini America"

  1. Andrew Dill says:

    This is the first time I actually saw this. Interesting stuff. Thanks for the upload.

  2. Shane Steinhauser says:

    At the end of the panel you guys talk about how much money it would take to reboot the game due to licensing fees. How does Panini plan on making any money from the reboot?

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