Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II
Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II
June 17, 2003
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Attachment An NPC appearing in Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II is potentially a reference to American domestic terrorist Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber. It should be noted that while his character portrait and overworld sprite look similar to Kaczynski, it is used for several different NPC characters in the game, so it's unknown if he was originally intended to physically resemble the real-life Unabomber. However, like the Unabomber this character is also named Ted, he moved to a cabin in the woods, and believes society is too reliant on industrial technology, even complimenting Vegeta on "blowing up" a neighbor's generator after he failed to destroy it himself. His dialogue is the following:

Ted: "I moved out here because society is too reliant on Capsule technology. Civilization is falling apart, and we've all filled our pockets with capsules, SUV's and capsule cappuccino machines. It is unnatural. It was very peaceful here - until that Vinnie guy moved in. He makes me sick! Listen to that music he is always playing:

"Feel the danger around you!
The black darkness surrounds you!"
"What are you going to do?
The eyes of the lion!"

I can't stand that corporate pop music Vinnie is always playing: [same lyrics as above]

[After destroying Vinnie's generator]: You blew up his generator? I like your style! I would have done it myself, but I couldn't figure out his security code."
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Attachment When giving Korin a Red Snapper in exchange for a Senzu Bean, he'll say "Ooooh, a Red Snapper! Very tasty!". This is a reference to a line from Weird Al Yankovic's 1989 movie, UHF.
The games working title was Legacy of Goku 2: Future Shock. The title was dropped mid-way through development. All three LoG games were meant to have subtitles.
If the game detects that it is being run illicitly, when Gohan first goes to the world map, a message will appear saying "This game will not run on the hardware found.". You will then be sent to the title screen.
The opening FMV is present in the US and Japan (international) versions but was removed in the European version due to the need for storage space to add other languages.
Attachment Though none of the Dragon Ball Z: Legacy of Goku games were released in Japan, a special version of the second instalment called Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II: International was released exclusively in Japan. This edition was published by Banpresto and featured updated character portraits and the character's names changed to their original Japanese names, though Mr. Satan is still referred to his English name "Hercule" on a parade float.
Attachment There are six Super Nintendo game cartridges on display in the game. These include:
Final Fantasy IV (released in the U.S. as "Final Fantasy II")
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to The Past
Secret of Mana
Super Metroid
•two other games that have yet to be identified.

There is also a Game Boy Advance sitting on an adjacent table.
There is a variant of the pirate robot built by the Red Ribbon Army.
Its description states "This giant robot bears the insignia of the Red Ribbon Army. Scanning indicates that this robot was designed for military purposes. The thick Geromatium armor on this robot makes it invulnerable to most conventional attack."
The original was built by pirates. Also, the name Geromantium refers to a character from the series named Dr. Gero.

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