Dragon Ball Z Budokai Scores Replaced Due to Plagiarism

Last year, it was confirmed that Kenji Yamamoto — the main composer of the Dragon Ball Z series of animations and video games — has extensively plagiarised music over the years. Toei Animation replaced him on the animation Dragon Ball Z Kai and a series of album releases were cancelled, including Raging Blast 2. It has since been revealed that the Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection (featuring the first and third games in the series) will replace Yamamoto's popular scores with new music. The collection will be released on November 9.

  23 September 2012, 09:44,   Chris Greening

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