This edition of Nostalgia Game Review takes a look at a game based off of a notoriously bad installment of a popular show. Dragon Ball GT: Transformation, a Game Boy Advance game released on August 9, 2005, was developed by Webfoot Technologies and published by Atari. It takes Goku (in kid form) and his friends on a journey to take down Baby.
As opposed to its Legacy of Goku/Buu's Fury predecessors, which go for an RPG/beat-'em-up element, Transformation goes for just a straight up beat-'em-up style. Honestly, it took a long time for me to get comfortable with the controls. The controls were just as bad as Dragon Ball GT was, with it being a struggle to pull off certain attacks at times. Then there are elements from the GT show that are in the game that, well, stink. For example, the confusing storyline and Goku spontaneously turning into Super Saiyan 4 without any inspiring reason.
I didn't like Transformation and I think it's as bad as Dragon Ball GT was. Play at your own risk.
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