With dozens of episodes to watch, Dragon Ball Z’s Majin Buu story is far away, distant too long to sit in today’s fast-paced era. Luckily, Mega64 has managed to condense the entire plot into a more digestible 10-minute package that cleverly uses a low budget to produce some convincing special effects. Most of.
The big difference here is that right at the end – save for those who haven’t watched the Majin Buu saga since it aired in 1994 – is Goku getting the energy for his Spirit Bomb attack from Hideo Kojima. , Gabe Newell, Hideki Kamiya, Hironobu Sakaguchi and young Fernando Jay Huerto AKA Ken Kutaragi.
Like previous Dragon Ball Z videos, Mega64 attempts to manually approach every aspect of the project, from the costumes to the special effects. Who needs expensive Adobe After Effects images when you can recreate an energy attack with an exercise ball and some lens tricks?
The game industry veteran has also appeared in Mega64 videos in the past. The creator of PlayStation had a somewhat inaccurate cameo Kutaragi’s Way documentary, Sakaguchi reveals how he cursed to be unable to do anything but Final Fantasy for the rest of his life, and Kamiya was forced to block comedians on the internet from Twitter and the Platinum Games office.
For more Dragon Ball content – with a more impressive production budget – you may be ready Dragon Ball Super: Superhero’s English dub is out when it hits theaters on August 19.
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