Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku is an action RPG made by Webfoot Technologies and published by Infogrames for the Game Boy Advance in 2002. It was not only the first DBZ game on the Game Boy Advance, it was the first DBZ game made by a western studio for a western audience and one of the first GBA games to use full motion video.
It is also quite bad. Boring, repetitive combat, frustrating gameplay, imprecise hitboxes, braindead AI, and an incredibly short running time all contributed to this game somehow selling 1.4 million copies and spawning two sequels which are supposed to be much better.
Leavemywife and others will be joining me on this journey to see how far DBZ games have come that probably won't last more than three hours.