Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku followup/remake

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User Info: MageofBlood391

MageofBlood391
4 years ago#1
Would you buy a Legacy of Goku followup/remake? - Results (29 votes)
Yes, a followup
20.69% (6 votes)
6
Yes, a remake
27.59% (8 votes)
8
Yes, either a followup or a remake
24.14% (7 votes)
7
No
27.59% (8 votes)
8
This poll is now closed.
Just a thought. While the series was never fantastic, it was definitely fun. I'd be curious to see how the game was handled on the 3DS. Would anybody else be interested?

User Info: nintendoveteran

nintendoveteran
4 years ago#2
I don't care about GT, so I'll say remake. I remember there were rumors about a remake quite awhile back, of LoG1. When I say remake, it was apparently taking the Saiyan and Namek arc, putting them in a game like LoG2 or Buu's Fury as opposed to the TERRIBLE game that was LoG1.
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User Info: PsychoWolfX

PsychoWolfX
4 years ago#3
I've always been a fan of DBZ, but I doubt I'd be interested in a remake. I would deffinitly download all the LOG games off of the eShop when/if they decide to let us get some GBA games >.>

User Info: MageofBlood391

MageofBlood391
4 years ago#4
PsychoWolfX posted...
I've always been a fan of DBZ, but I doubt I'd be interested in a remake. I would deffinitly download all the LOG games off of the eShop when/if they decide to let us get some GBA games >.>


This is also an idea that I didn't even consider. This might actually be realistic!

User Info: brainfreeze10

brainfreeze10
4 years ago#5
I don't think I'd buy a followup since they already covered all of DBZ, unless it was a prequel-followup (is that a thing?) that covered Dragonball. I would pick up a compilation pretty much immediately though, so they should get on that right-away.
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User Info: deimos91

deimos91
4 years ago#6
nintendoveteran posted...
I don't care about GT, so I'll say remake. I remember there were rumors about a remake quite awhile back, of LoG1. When I say remake, it was apparently taking the Saiyan and Namek arc, putting them in a game like LoG2 or Buu's Fury as opposed to the TERRIBLE game that was LoG1.


agreed the first almost scared me off the other 2
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User Info: FuzzyJello

FuzzyJello
4 years ago#7
Does anyone know who actually owns the LoG games now that Atari doesn't publish DBZ anymore? Bamco, I guess?

User Info: nintendoveteran

nintendoveteran
4 years ago#8
I don't know, but whoever owns Burst Limit needs to make a damned sequel to that game. I mean, the only problem I had with that game was stuff that would get fixed with a proper sequel. If they made Burst Limit 2, it would be my favorite DBZ game.
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User Info: Vyers

Vyers
4 years ago#9
The franchise wasn't very good. There were many games in the franchise that were better than it. Advanced Adventure, the Budokais, Origins, and even Origins 2 were better than any one LoG game.
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