Every day something is celebrated. If May the 4th was Star Wars Day (May the 4th be with You), now it’s Dragon Ball’s turn. Today, May 9th, is Goku Day, an ideal moment to remember why this date was chosen to accommodate the celebrations. It is not that the date is related to any specific event in Goku and his friends’ history, but there is a reason why this particular day has been chosen.
Dragon Ball’s official website explained it in a straightforward way. Goku Day is an event registered by the Japan Anniversary Association since 2015 (yes, there is an organization that keeps track of anniversaries in Japan). So why May 9? The date and the numbers 5 and 9 may not say anything at first glance, but the fact is that these numbers in Japanese read “Go” ご (five) and “Ku “く (nine), respectively. How imaginative.
The next Dragon Ball game is a new Budokai Tenkaichi
After the launch of the disappointing Dragon Ball: The Breakers, an assmmetrical multiplayer game that released on consoles and PC, Bandai Namco is getting ready for the return of a long awaited series to return. Dragon Ball: Budokai Tenkaichi 4 has been officially announced, although there’s still no confirmation of an official title for the game or of the studio that is handling its development. The one thing that has been shown is a short teaser that confirms the presence of characters from Dragon Ball Super, the current series.
Both the Dragon Ball Super manga and anime continue with new adventures by Akira Toriyama and Toyotaro.
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