It was fun to be a gamer for many people during the early 00’s. There were some cool game consoles such as PlayStation 2, GameCube and Xbox that many people had the chance to enjoy during the early 00’s. Along with having so many great on home based consoles there were some people who were also huge fans of the Game Boy Advance which was released in 2001. Without a doubt the 32 bit Game Boy Advance handheld console had some pretty cool games such as Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II. Anyone who was a huge DBZ along with playing Legacy of Goku II already know how much of an improvement this game was from its predecessor which was released the previous year in 2002. The Legecy of Goku II was probably one of the best Action Role Playing Games during that time period. Everything from its in game mechanics to the soundtrack and storytelling made Legacy of Goku II a very exciting title to play if one was a fan of the series. This game not only allowed people to play through the Android and the Cell saga it also gave them an opportunity to play as multiple characters as opposed to just one.
The main characters in this game include Gohan, Piccolo, Vegeta, Trunks and Goku. In this game players have the chance to relive many battles as seen on the television series along with participating in various side quests which makes the game more exciting. Along with the gameplay, fighting mechanics and impressive visual design one of the features that stood out the most was the overworld mapping feature when players travel to different cities. Along with having a great mapping feature players were also provided with detailed stats about the characters they control including HP, Strength, Endurance, Power and Energy. The cutscenes featured in Legacy of Goku II was also exciting and was one of the things that made this game more exciting than its predecessor. When it comes down to gaming of the early 00’s Dragon Ball Z Legacy of Goku II was probably one of the best titles to have been released for the Game Boy Advance among other games.