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The Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku series are a collection of action adventure video games for the Game Boy Advance, and based on the popular anime series Dragon Ball Z. All three games are action role-playing games. The first game, Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku was developed by Webfoot Technologies and released in 2002. The game was followed by two sequels: Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II released in 2003, and Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury released in 2004. Webfoot Technologies, also developed the fighting game Dragon Ball Z: Taiketsu and the side scroll beat 'em up game Dragon Ball GT: Transformation for the same console.

History

Overview

The game series debuted in 2002 with its first eponymous installment, and was followed by The Legacy of Goku II and Buu's Fury in 2003 and 2004, respectively.

A Dragon Ball Z 2 pack that includes Buu's Fury and GT: Transformation was released on Mar 29, 2006.

Reception

The first title, The Legacy of Goku, received negative reviews from the press[1] and die-hard gamers who were expecting a more sophisticated experience.[2] However, the game sold over 1.22 million copies in the United States.[3]

The second title was the best ranked of the trilogy receiving excellent reviews from its reviewers; due to its sales the game was released by Banpresto in Japan (being the only to be released there) under the title Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II International on July 23, 2004.

The third and final game received mixed reviews, mostly positive. Most critics have said that the game was an excellent RPG and had good graphics and sound, but was far too easy. It has a 69% average on Gamerankings.

Music

The first game featured an original soundtrack by Ariel Gross. The next two would instead use music from Bruce Faulconer's FUNimation dub score.

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