Dragon Chat, Episode 3 – History of Cell: Judgment Day

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Join us this week on Episode 3 of Dragon Chat where we discuss important updates in Dragon Ball Z gaming news, the amazing all-new animated feature length movie “The History of Cell: Judgment Day” written by the Dragon Chat/SNP team & directed by Akira Toriyama and James Cameron, and where we find out what we would wish with the Dragon Balls.

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