Bandai Namco launched today the new DLC for Dragon Ball FighterZ adding Kid Goku from Dragon Ball GT. Together with the DLC’s launch, Bandai Namco published a brand new trailer for “Goku Day”.
The trailer retraces most of Goku’s life, starting with his first fight against Vegeta, till the end of Dragon Ball Super. All the iconic Goku moments are there, recreated with the gorgeous cutscenes from Dragon Ball FighterZ and some well-choreographed gameplay. All of it with Dragon Ball GT‘s opening song playing.
After multiple weeks of teasing, Kid Goku GT was launched today on May 9, because it’s Goku Day. In Japanese, five can be pronounced as “go” and nine can be pronounced as “ku”, so May 9 is Goku Day. It’s not an exaggeration to say there are more pop culture-dedicated days based on puns like that than the numbers of days there are in the year. Along with Goku day, one of the most popular ones is Hatsune Miku day, on March 9.
The previous trailer with Goku GT was more traditional, and details on his moves were previously shared as well.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is available on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Switch. Kid Goku can be obtained by buying the Fighter’s Pack 11 DLC or through the Season Pass.
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Bandai Namco revealed in the latest issue of V Jump magazine that Kid Goku from Dragon Ball GT will be added in Dragon Ball FighterZ during May.
Screenshots from the magazine have emerged on Twitter, and it also included new details on Kid Goku’s moveset.
As we already know, Kid Goku fights untransformed and will transform into Super Saiyan 3 Goku during his Super Kamehameha. However, this will only happen if one or both of Kid Goku’s teammates are Down, else he will transform into Super Saiyan 1 Goku. Moreover, if Kid Goku uses his Meteor Attack (Ultimate) when one or both of his teammates are Down, he’ll transform into Super Saiyan 4 and unleash Dragon Fist Explosion on his opponent. This is a secret, second Meteor Attack which can only be used this way.
While I initially didn’t like Dragon Ball GT much when I first watched it two decades ago, I’ve come to appreciate it even more recently seeing what happened with Dragon Ball Super, so I’m happy about Kid Goku getting in.
Dragon Ball GT‘s Kid Goku was revealed to be joining Dragon Ball Fighterz in last month’s issue of V Jump. Later on, Bandai Namco published screenshots showing Kid Goku in action.
Kid Goku can be bought alone or through the game’s second Season Pass. Dragon Ball FighterZ is currently available on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
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