Summary: I'm not talking about the difficulty of the game itself, I'm talkin about how it was built. It's boring at first but when u see the first few boss battles it gets fun and u want and expect more. But the shortage of the game cuts off ure fun factor. U get excited and it shuts u down, the game ends before u know it. I myself beat it in about 2 hours, maybe less. To me, it was kind of dissapointing.
Summary: This game basicly follows though the DBZ storyline. With, of course, some bonus mission/objectives! But, over all, the game was "fair". The graphics were...ok. The storyline was...not so good at places. All this is why I give a 3.5!
Summary: It's strange, but I think people who are not fans of the show will enjoy the game more than fans would. The story is so different from that of the anime that fans are more likely to dislike this game rather than just your average RPG fan. People who look past the differences between this game and the show will find themselves playing an average RPG that is only 3 hours long and probably not worth the money.
Summary: Basically there are two ways you can view this game: 1) Wutta piece of CRAP! this standpoint comes from the fact that the game has horrible control, a rather boring storyline (as compared to the show), is too short, and has enemies out of balance. To support the last part, My friends and I all got killed by wolves before we got to Raditz. 2) DBZ Game! Cool! this is the standpoint that comes from the months of anticipating the game and finally seeing it and playing it.
Summary: THE BAD NEWS:This game is horrendously sort. I beat it in ONE day. All enimies are either ridiculosly easy or extremely hard, and its confusing that way. If there is ever a Legacy of Goku 2, hopefully it will go all the way from the Android saga to the end of the Buu saga. Even though it IS called the "Legacy of Goku" playing as either mabye Vegeta or Piccolo would have been awesome.
Excerpt: "This is a review on the game DragonBall Z The Legacy Of Goku for the gameboy advance. This is the first time review on a Gameboy advance game, so I hope that this review will be helpful to you. This game is one player, it is quite different to the other DragonBall Z games, and it is not a fighting game as such. This DragonBall Z game is an RPG game. You go around as Goku, and able to fight with your fists, and fire energy balls at the enemy. The ...
Pros: First DragonBall Z game on GBA | First DragonBall Z RPG | Gameplay | Life Span | Leveling Up | Bosses | Graphics