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Dragon Ball GT - About Dragon Ball GT for Game Boy Advance
Majesco presents DRAGON BALL GT VOLUME 1, the first entry in the DRAGON BALL GT video series for the Game Boy Advance. The video runs 44 minutes long and contains two episodes of DRAGON BALL GT, a new take on the classic DRAGON BALL story. The first episode, A Grand Problem, is the first episode of the GT series. Goku and Trunks are losing a battle against an evil mad scientist who wants to perform sinister experiments on them. Just as things are looking up for our heroes, something goes horribly wrong. When the smoke clears, Trunks gasps Goku has become a child!It’s up to Pan to save Goku and Trunks from the mad scientist in episode two, Pan’s Gambit. Her robot disguise works at first, but then Pan is discovered and must battle Nat, one of the Mega Cannon Sigma Force. Will Pan prevail and save Goku and Trunks? The Game Boy Advance DRAGON BALL GT video series puts all of the excitement of the anime in the palm of your hand. Fans of the series can now watch their heroes battle it out anywhere they want, making the first volume of the DRAGON BALL GT series a must-have for DRAGON BALL fans.
Players: 1-2 Players
Controller: Gamepad, Joystick
Memory Card: No
Dragon Ball GT - About Dragon Ball GT
Dragon Ball GT began on Fuji TV at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, February 7, 1996, exactly one week after the final episode of Dragon Ball Z. It ran for 64 episodes, the last of which aired on November 19, 1997. Unlike Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z, it is not based on the Dragon Ball manga. Akira Toriyama had only minor involvement in the show's early stages, setting forth the initial premise of the series, as well as designs for most of the main characters, including newcomer Giru. Early episodes are much more comedic in tone, reminiscent of early Dragon Ball. The latter episodes, however, are action-packed and feature the same sort of dramatic tone that existed in Dragon Ball Z. However, the series was ended after less than two years on the air, a move many believe to be the result of waning popularity. There are no subsequent Dragon Ball anime or manga (rumors of new series, such as Dragon Ball AF, have existed since the end of Dragon Ball GT in 1997, and are untrue).
There are two companion books to the series, called the Dragon Ball GT Perfect Files, released in May and December 1997 by Shueisha's Jump Comics Selection imprint. They include series information, illustration galleries, behind-the-scenes information, and more. They are now out of print.
On June 15, 2005, Toei Animation (in conjunction with distributor Pony Canyon) released the entire series (including the Goku Junior TV special) in a limited-edition DVD boxed set, along with a Dragon Radar remote control and an exclusive booklet. While the set features remastered audio and video, there are no subtitles, English or otherwise.
Dragon Ball GT Main Characters
* Son Goku
* Giru - A small little robot that ate the Z Fighters dragon radar. Eventually, they found out that the radar could be used from the robot, which means they must keep it. They then named him Giru because it seemed to be his favorite word. The robot is numbered DB4649T006RS.
Dragon Ball GT Villains
* Emperor Pilaf
* Doctor Myuu
* Super 17
* Black Smoke Shenron
* Yi Xinglong/Syn Shenron/Super Yi Xinglong/Omega Shenron
* Liang Xinglong/Haze Shenron
* San Xinglong/Eis ShenronRead full review