First season of Dragon Ball Z available for free in the Windows Store

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Microsoft is offering the first season of Dragon Ball Z from the Windows Store for free in the US. Dragon Ball Z is one of the most popular anime series of all time, so we’re sure that all anime fans in the US will be delighted about this deal.

The first season features 39 episodes, all in HD and those who want to watch it can grab this offer on Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, and Xbox One. There’s also an option to download the whole season, so you can watch it offline later in case you don’t have internet access at that moment.

“Goku – the strongest fighter on the planet – is all that stands between humanity and villains from the darkest corners of space. Joined in battle by the Z-Fighters, Goku travels to distant realms in search of the magic powers of the seven Dragon Balls!”

This isn’t the first time Microsoft is offering the first season of the popular show for free through its services. Redmond did the same thing two years ago with Windows 8, much to the delight of Dragon Ball fans using Microsoft’s devices.

For those who’ve already watched the first season of Dragon Ball Z (although we believe there are a lot of people who’d watch it again and again), even more Dragon Ball excitement is coming Microsoft’s platforms. The latest game from the Dragon Ball franchise, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, will be released this fall on October 25.

Tell us in the comments: what do you think about this deal? Have you already watched the first season of Dragon Ball Z? Would you watch it again?

You can stream and download the first season of Dragon Ball Z from the Windows Store for free (US only).


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