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Hideo Kojima, Gabe Newell And Other Superstar Developers Star In...A Dragon Ball Z Video

Along with Sakaguchi, Swery, Kamiya and Cliff Bleszinski

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Comedy group Mega64 just released a super impressive new video in which the team re-enact the entire, epic Maijin Buu story arc from Dragon Ball Z, in just five minutes. To get it done, though, they needed some help.

This isn’t the first time Mega64 has done something like this—you can see their take on the Cell Saga here, and back in 2015 they did a live-action Dragon Ball movie trailer—but this effort was so huge that in addition to the regular cast, the team got help making a Spirit Bomb from “many of our friends and inspirations from 20 years of MEGA64.”


As you’ll see towards the end of the video (or even earlier for some of the more involved cameos), that’s a list of friends that includes:

  • Hideo Kojima
  • Gabe Newell
  • Hironobu Sakaguchi
  • Hideki Kamiya
  • Swery
  • Cliff Bleszinski
  • Ethan Klein
  • Scott The Woz

As well as appearances from the McElroys, some Rooster Teeth folks, and comedian Nathan Barnatt. And those are just the ones I recognised, there are loads more in a sequence that runs for almost a full minute.


You can see the full video below:

The Majin Buu Saga In 5 Minutes (Dragonball Z Live Action) (Sweded) - Mega64


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