Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku
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Boot to the Head
19 April 2012
Excerpt: For some reason the Dragon Ball story has proved resistant to quality RPG adaptation despite it involving a collection of fighters who must continually become stronger to fight evil. The original The Legacy of Goku managed to botch the job at just about every level, yet Webfoot Technologies was granted the reins of its sequel anyway.
Excerpt: I wasn't expecting much from Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku , but I knew that as a onetime Dragon Ball fanatic sampling the thing would have to happen one day. This was one of the early Western-developed games in the vast pantheon of the license, and reputedly Webfoot Technologies got better with practice. It had nowhere to go but up after this insulting flotsam hit the market, that's for sure.
Excerpt: Dragon Ball Z (DBZ for short) is a hugely popular cartoon hailing from Japan. It is the second in three series that tell the story of a super being called Goku and his struggles against various earth shattering threats as both he and his family and friends grow up. Although DBZ ended in the early 1990′s it has now became a cult favourite in the USA and then the UK thanks to exposure on satellite and cable TV channels like Cartoon network and CNX.