This game follows the storyline of the Majin-Buu saga, taking place ten years after Cell's Tournament, and starting with the Great Saiyaman saga and ending in the Kid Buu saga. Buu's Fury is my favorite game in the Legacy of Goku trilogy, and I still remember playing it in my last year in high school, when a friend of mine recommended it. Boy he was right, this game is great.
Plot. Goku and his friends had fought and defeated Cell, but unfortunately, Goku sacrificed himself to save the Earth, and died in battle. In the afterworld, he participates in the Tournament taking place in Grand Kai's Planet, and the winner gets to train with Grand Kai. Then on Earth, ten years have passed since Gohan defeated Cell, he has now enrolled in high school, and all seems to be at peace. However, all that is about to change when he participates in the World Martial Arts Tournament at the request of Videl, daughter of Hercule. In the Tournament, his father arrives to visit him and meet his new son, Goten. But then, they will face a more powerful enemy named Majin Buu, and Goku must once again fight to save the world.
There are some doors that require certain levels and characters to open. You can also use status points to level up strength, endurance and so on. Also, some equipments can raise strength, speed, and more. Also you can view missions in your journal.
Concept. It has the same concept as it's predecessors. The game begins where the Great Saiyaman Saga begins, and it ends during the Kid Buu saga. Players can also battle against movie bosses such as: Broly, Janemba, and so on.
History. The Legacy of Goku trilogy is based on the Dragon Ball Z anime, which is based on the manga of the same name. Over the years, Dragon Ball has spawned worldwide fame since it's release. It has become highly popular around the world, especially in Latin America and the United States. The Dragon Ball series has spawned toys, video games, t-shirts, and much more. Goku's story is legendary, as it is very similar to that of Superman. They both came from different planets, raised by nice people, and becoming the world's strongest heroes. But Goku is ten times better than Superman.
Memories. I played this game at the recommendation of a friend from high school. In 2004, I returned from summer vacation, and me and my friend were fans of the second game. When the game was released, he played it and then recommended the game to me, and I did the right thing in listening. In Dominican Republic, Dragon Ball Z was very, very popular, not just children watched it, but even teenagers and adults watched the show. However, some religious groups wanted the show banned because of the Hercule character, whose real name was "Mr. Satan". I actually saw that as a parody, and not evil worshiping. He was named Hercule to avoid the uprising of religious groups. DBZ still remains very popular up until this day, but in DR, before DBZ, Saint Seiya was the most popular anime.
Rantings. What I rant about this game, is that it has gone from hard to a cakewalk. Although the sound and graphics were okay, the game was way too easy. I still remember how hard the last two games were, especially the first one.
Good Aspects. The game has good sound, graphics, and gameplay. This game has a moderately high replay value, and you can play this on either your Game Boy Advance, or your first Nintendo DS, not the DSi.
Overall. Buu's Fury gets a 7 out of 10.