Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku
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Dragon Ball Z: Legacy of Goku
Into Liquid Sky
3 May 2009
Excerpt: Call it the whim of a silly girl. Who else would waste eight hours of her life trying to disprove the legacy (no pun intended) of bad DBZ games when ten minutes is more than enough to prove that this game redefines bad?
Pros: A couple nice clips from the show, The music when you first reach Namek is beautiful
Cons: The story is an offense, Gameplay is horrible, Graphics are subpar, Did I mention the story sucked?
Excerpt: Gary reviews the Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku video game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance and SP. Get the 411 on Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, Trunks and Vegeta as they battle the Androids and Cell!
Excerpt: It’s a Game Boy Advance game. Dragon Ball Z: Legacy of Goku is based on
the highly popular Dragon Ball franchise created by Akira Toriyama (and
others at Bird Studio). It is a rare find in the catalog of Dragon Ball
games - an adventure game.
Excerpt: DBZ: The Legacy of Goku next to Budokai and not counting the extremely hard to find “Legendary Super Warriors”, is probably the best DBZ title out so far. It’s unarguably the best DBZ RPG, and that’s all we’re really concerned with.
Excerpt: It's one of gaming's great truths that titles based on films, television series, or comic books are almost always awfulso why do companies keep making them? My own cynical worldview says they keep churning them out because they're easy money.
Excerpt: In the past there have been several games based on the popular anime, Dragonball, but most of them have been rather forgettable. Well, the folks at Infogrames and Webfoot Technologies set out to change all this and released Dragonball Z: The Legacy of Goku on the Game Boy Advance.