• Modders brought Goku to ‘Super Smash Bros.’ roster.

Modders brought Goku to ‘Super Smash Bros.’ roster. (Photo : YouTube/NeuroAMV)

Since it was released way back in 1999, "Super Smash Bros." has been a massive hit to gamers as it included various characters from the hit titles of Nintendo. However, it was reported that fans think that someone is missing in the game's current roster, and that someone is said to be the famous "Dragon Ball Z" character - Super Saiyan Goku.

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Reports claim that gamers have been requesting for this character to be included into the game, but it seems that the franchise has not yet considered its development yet. With that said, fans still do not quit easily and they did somehow manage to bring Goku to the lineup of "Super Smash Bros." via game modification, Cultured Vultures reported.

Modders was able to bring the Saiyan into the game by modifying Ryu, which is an existing playable character in "Super Smash Bros." Not only that modders were able to dress Ryu to look like Goku, modders were also able to modify the voice pack of the character so Goku can be able to say his famous line - "Kamehameha."

On the other note, fans definitely want the "Dragon Ball" character to be in the game. It was in 2015 when the avid supporters of "Super Smash Bros." started a campaign to force the franchise in making Goku an official part of the roster, Forbes has learned.

Another news for the fans is the comment of Scott Smillie, a game analyst, in regards to the issue of bringing Goku in "Super Smash Bros." The game expert said that Bandai Namco has its own plans with their fighting games and that includes their franchise "Dragon Ball." However, Simillie added that it is not also impossible for the character to be a part of the "Super Smash Bros." roster.

Nevertheless, now that Goku was finally added to the game via modifications, reports claim that it is possible that the mod may have reached the door step of Nintendo, and hopefully, the video game company would consider making future plans about Goku's entrance in the "Super Smash Bros" video game.

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