There is only one Son Goku in Dragon Ball, yet throughout the series’ history, he has embodied many different forms. Video games have attempted to keep up with the canon by including different versions of Goku, each with varying levels of “Goku-ness.” Hence the debate: how many Gokus are there, really?
Dragon Ball FighterZ has a lot of characters, and several of them are Goku. Some players see that as a problem, and one streamer in particular has taken it upon himself to eradicate those Gokus, one piledriver at a time.
Goku’s “Perfected” Ultra Instinct form is coming to Xenoverse 2 with the game’s Extra Pack 2 DLC due out this winter according to the latest issue of V-Jump. If you’re wondering what the hell Perfected Ultra Instinct form is, it basically just means Goku’s hair turns grey. What will they think of next?
The more we’ve seen of the upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ, the more incredible it is how faithful Arc System Works has been to both the original anime and manga in portraying some of its biggest moments.
At long last, you can play as the brutal Saiyan Goku was always meant to be.
That is Goku’s kamehameha, clear as day.
You might wonder why is Goku even on this thing? He’s Goku! It’s because Tokyo just got a scooter-themed Dragon Ball attraction. With a Segway-type thingy. Yeah.
We ALL KNOW that Goku got robbed in that bullshit Smash Bros. poll from last year. But that’s OK. Modders have made everything right again.
The internet has changed the way we experience nearly everything—including, in this case, what being a part of Dragon Ball Z is like.
DBZ Tribute is not an official project—but damn if it doesn’t look hot anyway.
Anime shows are a team effort. There are many people involved in the making of your favorite show, each with their own style and take on your favorite character. Dragon Ball Z is no exception.
Did you know that Goku is pretty much a certified firefighter?
I cannot imagine the sheer hours of screaming, grunting and shouting that have gone into dubbing Dragon Ball Z over the years. Luckily, I don't have to imagine any more.
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