Bandai Namco Entertainment has promised that Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot would be the most detailed dive into Goku's story to ever grace a video game, and by all accounts, it seems to be doing just that. Everything from Gohan's stint as the Great Saiyaman and his time on a baseball diamond to filler content such as Goku and Piccolo attempting to get their Drivers' licenses have been included in the game. Now, one hilarious moment many will remember has been confirmed to be in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot via new scans.

While the combat of Dragon Ball Z is often high-speed melee mixed with insane Ki blasts, Goku has a history of showing that he's not afraid to bite. As a child, he bit King Piccolo's thumb, and during his time on Namek, he bit Freiza to escape his tail attack. Goku even bits Beerus and Golden Frieza in Dragon Ball Super, but perhaps the most hilarious instance of biting ⁠— due to the pure absurdity of it ⁠— is when Super Saiyan 3 Goku bit Kid Buu.

In the anime, Vegeta is seen reflecting on his anger and the power of Goku whilst watching him fight Kid Buu, with a somber and serious voice over showcasing his thoughts. It's while this voice over is being carried out that Kid Buu first bites Goku on the arm, to which Goku retaliates by biting on the head in an overdone and exaggerated manner.

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Alongside this moment, a couple of other Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot scans were revealed (as seen below) that depict Super Saiyan 3 Goku's Dragon Fist attack and Kamehameha wave. What's unknown is what level the portrayed attacks are, as leveling up in DBZ: Kakarot tweaks the combat and gameplay mechanics of the game.

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It's worth adding that these aren't the only screens revealed recently. Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot seems to be on another war path of showcasing new information, as prior to this, fans of the franchise got their first look at Super Vegito in the game.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is set to release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 17, 2020.

Source: Shonen Games - Twitter