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Dragon Ball Z Opening Recreated in No Man's Sky

A fan recreated the original Japanese opening for Dragon Ball Z using characters from the video game No Man's Sky.

YouTuber Wonce took the original 1989 theme for the show, Japanese musician Hironobu Kageyama's "Cha-La Head-Cha-La," and recreated what Goku, Gohan and the rest of the Dragon Ball Z crew do in the opening. There is also an Easter egg in the video, as Hello Games founder Sean Murray appears. The homage to the celebrated anime series is complete with the final pose at the end.

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First premiering in 1989, Dragon Ball Z was an adaptation of Akira Toriyama's popular Dragon Ball manga franchise. The anime aired until 1996 and has since been dubbed into many different languages. Two sequel series, Dragon Ball GT and Dragon Ball Super, have released since Dragon Ball Z ended.

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No Man's Sky originally released in 2016, drawing controversy due to miscommunications and promotion problems. Since No Man's Sky's release, Hello Games has been updating it to meet players' expectations.

Developed by Hello Games and published by Sony Interactive, No Man's Sky is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows.

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