08/04/14: New Dragon Ball Z CCG Release Gets New Fan Website
Posted by Jarrett | Comments: 0
We're excited to announce today our new website DBZ Top Tier (dbztoptier.com
), is now open!
DBZTopTier.com is the premier website dedicated to the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game, by Panini America. DBZ Top Tier offers a variety of features including an Articles System, Database System, Deckbuilder, and a Community Forum where users can discuss anything related to the our favorite returning game!
Registering is easy. You can create your own account, or you can log in with your Facebook or Twitter accounts. Click here to get started
In the coming months, we expect to be the number one source for everyone, from the competitive tournament player, to the casual player that plays once a month, and even to the collector who's never even played a game.
If you're interested in contributing to our new site, please free to contact us
We hope you all enjoy our site!
07/24/14: Big News - DBZ CCG Coming back!!!!
Posted by Jarrett | Comments: 73
DBZ CCG is coming back this fall thanks to the folks at RetroDBZccg. This is awesome news!!!
07/17/14: Setting up OCTGN
Posted by Deltree | Comments: 3
There have been many people recently looking for instructions and/or links to help download and setup OCTGN to play DBZ online. I posted [url=http://dragonballzocg.com/forums/index.php?/topic/7937-setting-up-octgn/]here[/url] instructions for downloading and setting up OCTGN.
This is primarily for the Retro format, but all formats are able to use these files. If you do not want to play Retro, then ignore the step for the Retro patch. If you have any questions feel free and ask!
06/10/14: Card of the Week
Posted by Deltree | Comments: 0
I know it's been a while, I got busy and whatnot. But I'm back....
This week I have reviewed an Unommon from the Fusion Saga - Majin Buu's Bicycle Kick. Check it out here
06/09/14: Upcoming changes to the websiteNews Archive
Posted by Kamiccolo | Comments: 2
The admins here at dragonballzocg.com have been a little preoccupied for awhile with other things in our lives, and the site has felt a little dead with a lack of new content, forum activity, and things not working properly. But we're excited to get back into things now and hope to have the website running properly with new content and a large community posting lots of discussion about Score's DBZ card games.
To get things started again, we've changed up the layout of the forums. Now every format has its own category. We know Retro DBZCCG is the most played and supported format right now, but we want to give players who like the other formats the opportunity to bring some life back into those games by creating discussions and making those forums active too. When another format has a lot of activity on the forums it will be clear to see now, and we'll try to push more content and support towards it so player's can enjoy that game as well.
We've also changed up the trading forums to make it easier for new traders to get started. From now on you don't need to wait to get validated as a trader. The trading forums are opened up for all members to use. However we're still concerned about keeping everyone safe from potential threats so you must still become a validated member to send PMs. You can get started a little earlier with your list and organizing trades, but we advise all traders to wait until a member becomes validated first to finish those final details of the trade like payment and shipping information in PMs.
There's new content being worked on for the site too. Retrodbzccg is doing a great job with user articles and making the Retro DBZCCG format, and the Championship FaceBook Group is doing an excellent job of organizing tournaments around America. We wanted to work on something different that everyone would also find useful. Like always we'll be supporting the card game online. There's a new section on the forums for the DBZCCG Video Game. This is still in development but we have high hopes for it to soon replace OCTGN. We'll also be starting a new project soon to make the card game much easier for new players to get into. This will work with the video game or even help with offline play so you can get your friends into the game without them becoming too confused about it all.
So keep watching the site and check out our updated forums for discussions about your favourite formats. We'll be relying heavily on the forum activity of each format to show us what we should focus our support towards with upcoming tournaments and league events.