Dragon Ball GT: Transformation is a side-scroller beat ’em up video game developed by Webfoot Technologies and published by Atari for the Game Boy Advance in North America.
Basically, you will be going through the Baby saga. It begins with Goku being turned into Chibi Goku by the Dragon Balls, them being thrown through the universe. And you have to go and search for them before the Earth is destroyed! It’s more of a thing you have to see to understand. At the beginning and end of a planet, there will be a short dialog from the characters. That’s why the story only got a 9 because it is too short.
The gameplay is elementary. You can shoot fireballs using your KI energy, jump very high and glide around a bit, punch and kick. One thing you could enjoy about this and thought that it is comical that you can pick up the enemies, throw them like a ragged doll. Sometimes in the game, you’ll run out of KI power. Therefore, just like in the television show, you have to power up! There is also another move in the game
Alrighty! So basically, this is what could be called a side-scroller beat-em-up with Dragon Ball GT written all over it, and a few perks. The controls are nice, moving with the D-Pad, and using B, A, R, and L to use your attacks! The attacks are nice, limited, but nice. They include punch/kick, ki-blast, super attack ki blast, spinny attack, and a wonderful slide move that can come in useful! It’s quite simple really, usually, you will just continue walking forward beating up enemies on the ground or in the air (on different planets, mind you!). It gets a bit boring at the time.