Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Buu Saga Trailer Reveals Vegito, Majin Vegeta, And More (VIDEO)
Dragon Ball Z played host to quite a few memorable sagas, with arguably the most large-scale being the concluding Buu Saga. As the anime is set to debut the RPG adaptation Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot next year, one of the most hyped inclusions of the video game has been the aforementioned battle with Majin Buu. As part of this year’s Paris Games Week proceedings, an all-new trailer has been unveiled, highlighting many of the most memorable Buu Saga scenes recreated for DBZ Kakarot.
As shown off in the new trailer, we get a look at Gohan’s (failed) attempts at integrating into society, playing baseball, inhabiting his goofy ‘Great Saiyaman’ persona, and the lead-up to the World Tournament saga. Of course, we also see plenty in the way of battling Buu–showing off fused character Gotenks, Gohan’s Z-Sword retrieval, as well as attempts to get the upper hand from Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Majin Vegeta, and the two’s own ultimate fusion of Vegito. Check it out below.
By the looks of this trailer, the Buu Saga looks to be getting its due in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Of course, many other sagas featured in the anime/manga are also getting a similarly fitting showcase, as seen by Vegeta’s time in the Android Saga, the fan-favorite Cell Saga, as well as smaller, more inconsequential moments from the franchise like Goku’s driver’s exam. Even though so much has been unveiled already, it’s very likely that even more will be revealed for the game in due time.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot releases for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 17, 2020.
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