For 30 years, Dragon Ball has consistently remained one of the most popular and successful anime of its time, and continues to entertain fans old and new alike. Naturally, this intense popularity has lead to the creation of quite a few Dragon Ball video games as well. In fact, it feels like this franchise has had more video game adaptations than perhaps any other major franchise in existence, having persisted through nearly every console generation. Given its exhaustive library of titles, Dragon Ball has had its fair share of hits and misses. Despite being incredibly popular, it has only been translated into a handful of good games, and those cant stand toe to toe with better fighting games like Tekken, Street Fighter, or even Super Smash Bros. The sad fact is that Dragon Ball has yet to be translated into a truly excellent fighting game. A few, such as Budokai 3, have come close, and in these few are hints of greatness; greatness that, perhaps if brought together and given the right polish, could create not just a great Dragon Ball game, but a great fighting game in its own right. The following are just a handful of ways to make the perfect Dragon Ball game a reality.