Gogeta's Stardust Breaker obliterating Janemba, Gogeta using the Big Bang Kamehameha against Omega Shenron, Veku, the failed fusion of Goku and Vegeta. As Hearts is engulfed by the blast, he comments that though he finds mortals pitiful, he ought to save them and hope they find peace, but is eventually shocked that Gogeta even managed to shatter the God Meteor that he initially sent toward Earth.
Jumps forward and does a double axe handle. Gogeta is then mentioned to be dozens of times stronger than Super Saiyan 4 Goku and Vegeta.
Functions similarly to the grounded version.
The fused warrior launches a tremendously large Big Bang Attack to hold off the God Meteor, actually stopping it in its tracks before Hearts further increases the attack's power and sends it hurtling back down at Gogeta, who counters with a Kamehameha.
Instead, all he does against Super Janemba is pass gas and escape using what he calls his Rabbit Feet Technique. Gogeta's new traits in Broly were a result of Akira Toriyama's attempt at adding him into the \"Dragon Ball canon\". Gogeta is momentarily confused, but smiles and dispels his aura.
Old Kai was skeptical at the idea of a Fusion Dance between Goku and Vegeta being able to defeat Kid Buu, while he believed Vegito would be sufficient.
Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta clashing with Legendary Super Saiyan Broly. Information À propos de Candysan Livraison Conditions générales d'utilisation Nos Engagements FAQ Nos produits. However, Gogeta comes out still unfazed and not physically injured from the explosion and proceeds to fire an Ultimate Kamehameha at Hearts, simultaneously engulfing Hearts with the God Meteor that Hearts fired toward Earth. Unlike his previous appearance in Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn, Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta is somewhat playful and cocky (almost akin to Vegito's attitude), toying with Omega Shenron instead of easily defeating him. While Gogeta is in his SSGSS form by default in FighterZ, he depowers to regular Super Saiyan in his Dramatic Finish against Janemba. In this form his hair gets a little bigger and sharper, this is more notable in the in-game.
Gogeta is one of the most powerful fusions in the entire series, alongside Vegito, Fused Zamasu, and Kefla. After an amazing display of speed and power, Gogeta finishes Janemba off with the Stardust Breaker. Figurine Dragon Ball Super - Ulitmate Soldiers - The Movie IV : Gogeta. In the manga version, just as Hearts is preparing to attack Hit, Gogeta instead confronts Hearts and is fast enough to be able to simultaneously land a solid barrage of blows on Hearts, noticeably weakening and exhausting Hearts and confirming Gogeta’s superior strength and advantage over Hearts that even Gogeta casually looks at Hearts and remains unfazed. As Super Gogeta took no damage from Super Janemba's attacks, he was at least twice as strong as him.. In Broly, Gogeta displays mixed traits of his Fusion Reborn and GT selves, almost always seen with a confident, almost arrogant smirk on his face, but remaining practical and efficient, moreso than Vegito. Invulnerable to all attacks. He uses the Ultra Soul Punisher as a technique, which is the same as Stardust Breaker, only stronger. On hit, Gogeta unleashes a barrages of energy spheres that generates a large explosion. He chuckles after seeing the monster revert back to the Saike Demon, hinting that Gogeta is not as stern as he comes off. Whis lets Gogeta resume the fight for him. His ki control is so accurate, that he could change the nature of Omega's Negative Karma Ball into positive energy.
On smash hit, the kick deals small sliding knockdown.
The two Saiyans fail twice before succeeding, and their new fusion wastes a bit of time trying to think of a different name other than Vegito, since that was the name for their Potara counterpart.
Even when Broly transformed into the Legendary Super Saiyan, Gogeta rapidly turned the tables with Super Saiyan Blue and proved to be able to decisively overpower the titanic foe, who was utterly unable to hit him. Counts as an air-attack.
In a similar vein to Vegeta, Gogeta can be ruthless once he had determined a foe to be a threat, and will show no mercy or hesitation in eliminating them as demonstrated during the climax of his battle with Broly. Omega Shenron was later defeated by Goku's Universal Spirit Bomb.
Soon enough, Gogeta decides to turn Super Saiyan to continue the battle, fighting evenly with Broly until his Super Kamehameha connects with Broly's Gigantic Omegastorm, shattering reality itself and sending the two into an entirely different dimension, where Broly powers up into his Legendary Super Saiyan form. Nos produits Nouveaux Produits Meilleures Ventes En Promotion Notre boutique.
With the Fusion Dance, they successfully created the strongest warrior. Gogeta laughs in amusement, watching the boy running off.
Consumes three Ki gauges per use. On hit or block, Gogeta somersaults behind the opponent. However, because the tremendous power he possessed in this form limited the fusion to an unprecedented ten minutes, this ploy exhausted a little too much time, thus he defused and was unable to finish him off. Gogeta is able to transform into a Golden Great Ape in Dragon Ball Heroes, attained in the eighth mission of the Jaaku Mission series (JM8).
"The Saiyans? Consumes one Ki gauge per use.
Gogeta attains this form in Dragon Ball Heroes, introduced in the third mission of the Galaxy Mission series (GM3). Consumes half a Ki gauge per use. This is usually his ultimate technique in his Super Saiyan 4 form.
As the Kamehameha nears Broly, the Saiyan is warped to Vampa at the last second, leaving the energy wave to shoot off harmlessly into space. When used in the air, Gogeta teleports down a short distance beforehand, almost touching the ground when used in a full hop. On hit, Gogeta charges at the opponent and unleashes another punch and then flip kicks them upwards.  He consistently overpowered Broly in clashes, the collision that returned them to Earth forcing Broly back with the impact. Travels further and deals more damage, but contains more startup lag.
Though Hearts believes the outcome hasn't changed due to the chunks of the shattered God Meteor raining down upon Earth, Gogeta retorts that Earth's inhabitants aren't so weak as to allow that to happen, with Gogeta's allies shown obliterating the meteor chunks before they can land. Consumes half a Ki gauge per use.
It is stated by Hearts that Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta has enough power to defeat Zeno. Almost immediately thereafter, he confronts Golden Frieza and prevents him from shooting down the small spacecraft that Cheelai and Lemo were using to leave Earth by catching his arm.
In his own Super Saiyan state, Gogeta easily matches Broly blow for blow before soon overpowering him with his superior fighting prowess, maintaining the upper hand and landing powerful blows that visibly rattled and injured Broly while only being hit once. With the defeat of all the Core Area Warriors and the universe safe once again, Gogeta eventually defuses back to Goku and Vegeta, who reunite with their allies.
If the third hit connects, Gogeta performs an acrobatic spin kick that switches sides and causes a big wallbounce and has Smash properties. Gogeta continues dodging and blocking Broly's attacks, flipping over his Gigantic Breath and battering him from behind with God Punisher before seemingly finishing the berserker with a Stardust Breaker, dealing significant damage that Broly recovers from thanks to his overwhelming stamina and defense. In Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn, as Veku he is able to survive a fight against Super Janemba for thirty minutes, even outrunning him at some points - though he is unable to deal any damage at all to the demon. Despite his obvious superiority over Omega Shenron, it was his own power that becomes Gogeta's downfall as the fused Saiyan's massive strength wears down the technique's time limit.
He uses Instant Transmission to warp to the Masked Saiyan and punch him through a rock, and then gives energy to Beat's God Bomb. Hearts laughs off the claim and tells Gogeta that his choice is pathetic.
As Hearts monologues on how Gogeta doesn't understand his ideals, Gogeta emerges out of the explosion, physically unscathed and unfazed. Veku (ベクウ, Bekū) is the failed version of Gogeta who occurred when Goku and Vegeta attempted to fuse for the first time. Generates a rainbow energy sphere in his hand and throws it at the opponent engulfed in the explosion. Broly rises from the crater left by the Stardust Breaker, drastically powering up and desperately trying to damage Gogeta in any way, but the fusion's unprecedented and overwhelming strength leaves Broly beaten badly.
Both Kamehamehas are fired forward while the Galick Gun is fired downward. Hearts is forced to power up further and the two engage in combat. Fires a barrage of energy beams downward.
Gogeta as a Golden Great ape in Super Dragon Ball Heroes.
x100 – Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta's version of the attack, using his Super Saiyan 4 powers to magnify the power of the beam and cause even more severe damage. Main article: Super Saiyan 4 Kaio-ken Leaps forward and does a corkscrew dropkick with very long range.
Having achieved his ultimate potential, Gogeta easily overpowered Omega Shenron and even used his supreme power to gloat and toy with the Shadow Dragon, using attacks solely to humiliate Omega, and afterward laughing loudly. Remaining completely unfazed by the power Hearts was using to summon his God Meteor, Gogeta was able to hold back the attack using a tremendous Big Bang Attack, forcing Hearts to power up to maximum. Super Saiyan 4 Goku himself states he has no limits, although there is no evidence to support this claim. Goku suggests performing the dance in order to defeat Buu, but Vegeta declines, already knowing what the dance is, refusing to merge again. He is one of several failed fusions present in the series. Even with the help of the recently deceased Vegeta, he can not kill the demon. The attack switches sides and causes a wallbounce.
After praising Goku and Vegeta's (and Gogeta's by extension) limit-breaking power and expressing his fondness for mortals because of it, Hearts finally fades from reality, leaving Gogeta as the victor.
Gogeta using the Big Bang Kamehameha against Omega Shenron. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Having a name would definitely make us sound much cooler. So, Goku quickly teaches the Fusion Dance to Vegeta.
On hit, Gogeta follows-up with an overhead downward kick from above the enemy. Consumes one Ki gauge per use.
Though he seemed to only be able to match Hearts fully-powered God Meteor with his Ultimate Kamehameha, his attack was primarily what destroyed (albeit with assistance from Hit and Jiren) it, and powering up to the max, he was able to swiftly defeat Hearts afterwards, overpowering Hearts' punch with his own in a trade-off and subsequently defeating him and shattering the Universe Seed with a second blow. In Broly, Gogeta utilizes this form to battle Super Saiyan Broly on equal grounds.
Gogeta appears in the GT Saga Second Half, to aid the Future Warrior in combating Dark Omega Shenron. On hit, Gogeta follows-up with an overhead downward kick from above the enemy.
Does a sliding low kick. Consumes one Ki gauge per use. Gogeta's speed was such that Broly could not react to his attacks and after their initial exchange Broly was already exhausted while Gogeta had not lost stamina. Like his Potara counterpart, Vegito, he is regarded as one of the most powerful characters in the whole Dragon Ball franchise.
With neither side showing any sign of weakness, Jiren and Hit suddenly rise to assist Gogeta, greatly empowering the Kamehameha with their own energy and giving it the power to completely shatter the God Meteor. Gogeta smirks, but notices the appearance of Shenron and quickly changes his attitude.