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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot mods already turned Goku into Goose and CJ

Published: 19:18, 18 January 2020
Updated: 19:30, 18 January 2020
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Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot - Goose
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot - Goose

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot released on all platforms on 17 January 2020. Less than 24 hours later, PC modders have already turned Goku into Goose from Untitled Goose Game and CJ from the legendary Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

Modding is one of the privileges PC gamers enjoy and they do so to the fullest. Besides fixing Bethesda's titles for free and adding enough content to make people want to reinstall Fallout: New Vegas 10 years after release, they tend to do silly stuff with other games.

For example, someone had the bright idea to put the titular Goose from the Untitled Goose Game into Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. Naturally, this is a replacer mod for the main character, Goku. As you can see on the image above, Goose apparently decided to stop pestering the people of an otherwise peaceful village and went to annoy Piccolo. Unfortunately for the Namekian, the annoying creature seems to be able to go toe to beak.

Sadly, the mod doesn't have too many animations for the Goose so it's kind of awkward to just see it not move any body parts while fighting for dear life.

Fear not though, for there is a mod with proper animations and wrong protagonist. Enter CJ , the Grove Street gangster and the main man from GTA: San Andreas. He is usually not able to keep up with a simple train but can fly over an ocean while sparring with Krillin. CJ will use Goku's regular animations in this mod so it's a bit more immersive if you can call it that.

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Both mods come from a website dedicated solely for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot mods but if the game proves to be popular among the modding community, it won't be long before Nexus Mods makes a category for it as well. 

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