Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury is a 2D sci-fi fantasy action-RPG developed by Webfoot and published by Atari for the Game Boy Advance exclusively in North America on September 14, 2004.
The direct sequel to Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku II (and the third in the "Legacy of Goku" trilogy), Buu's Fury follows the latter third of the Dragon Ball Z storyline (collectively known as the "Majin Buu Saga"). The main story is set seven years after the destruction of the android Cell (and the death of Goku), as the Z Warriors learn of a plot by the sorcerer Babidi to resurrect an ancient monster known as Majin Buu. It also follows an adaptation of the 14th and 16th Dragon Ball animated movies as sub-plots.
Buu's Fury is a beat-em-up with RPG elements at its core. Characters level up and gain more stat points to use. Leveling up also gives characters the ability to break down numbered barriers in order to progress in the story. Legacy of Goku 3 also incorporated equipment and food to both strengthen your character and restore health respectively. The game has a total of five standard characters and 3 fusion characters. By leveling up and completing more of the story, these characters gain access to higher-powered versions of their normal powers and the ability to go into different levels of Super Saiyan, ranging from Super Saiyan 1-3.
As mentioned earlier, Buu's Fury has 5 total characters and 3 different fusion forms. Two of the fusion forms can be used as powers, while one is only used in some story boss fights. The characters are also given many different costumes throughout the day, and at some points in the story you can use other side characters.
*Only usable in certain story mission.