Reviews and Problems with Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku
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Good Dragon Ball Z RPG
11 April 2013
Summary: I've always been a Dragon Ball Z fan, and the Trunks and the Cell sagas are some of my favorites. After playing this game, I liked how the RPG elements where used here, but it would've been nice if there where more things like sound effects and cut scenes put in. Anyone with the system for this or the Nintendo DS should get it.
A good game to start if you dont know the series..
NewbornRiddler , GameStop
12 July 2011
Summary: I played this game back when DBZ was on Toonami. If you know the series youll understand the game pretty well. This game goes through the Freiza Saga and stuff up until Goku defeats Freiza by becoming a super sayian. Its not that long of a game, but regardless there still isnt that much replay value. The sequel has more replay value because you get to play as Piccolo, Trunks, Gohan, Goku and my favorite Vegeta. In this game you only play as Goku which is understandable.
Summary: I would have liked it better if it was longer, but I did enjoy the story line and for $6 (used) it was definitely worth the price. I wouldnt suggest buying it new, though...especially since it's seven years old and only idiots buy GBA games new anyways.
Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku ll (Game boy Advance
31 July 2008
Summary: It is a good game to play on any console. I a bought it because it was a good price but sometimes when to go to play I got blow in the game or the machine to get it to work or it play at all in my Nintendo Ds lite.
Summary: This won't dissapoint you. The game is fun. There's a big variety of things to do, even after u finish the game! Things like get all the trophies and unlock Hercule, and then get Hercule to lvl 50 to see the alternative ending. That adds about 5 hours to ur gameplay so u won't get bored after u finish it. And there's still defeating Cooler, after findin the 7 nameks of course, and then get the 25 golden capsules.