Dragon Ball Z Fans Shouldn’t Miss Google Assistant’s Easter Egg for the World-Famous Anime

The Dragon Ball franchise continues its impressive legacy even today, and the Z series is easily among the most popular animes of all time. If you remember watching the show when you were a kid, it means you had an awesome childhood!

The very first Super Saiyan transformation is one of the most iconic aspects of Dragon Ball Z. However, it’s currently being overlaid by more powerful transformations like Super Saiyan Blue or Ultra Instinct. When Goku became the first character in the entire Dragon Ball franchise to achieve the classical Super Saiyan transformation with golden hair, he had no rival, as even the mighty tyrant Frieza was trembling in front of him. The software engineers working at the Google Assistant app seem to know this very well, as they’re paying tribute to the most famous transformation in Dragon Ball.

Try the ‘Go Super Saiyan’ command

Thanks to 9to5Google, we know about an amazing and fun easter egg from Google Assistant that reminds us all about Dragon Ball Z. Here’s what happens when you ask your Google Assistant to go Super Saiyan:

The virtual assistant mimics the groans and shrieks that every Dragon Ball Z fan is crazy about. The first Super Saiyan transformation from the legendary anime was achieved during the Frieza saga, and the initial intention of the writers was to end the series there. But the anime was prolonged with many more episodes, and other fighters also achieved the Super Saiyan state like Goku did: Trunks, Gohan, Vegeta, and Goten. Vegeta was the most motivated to become a Super Saiyan, especially after his fierce rival Goku did it.

It’s exciting to see that once again, Google Assistant is incorporating some nice easter eggs. Will we ever hear about a Kamehameha wave, by any chance?


Tonia Nissen
Based out of Detroit, Tonia Nissen has been writing for Optic Flux since 2017 and is presently our Managing Editor. An experienced freelance health writer, Tonia obtained an English BA from the University of Detroit, then spent over 7 years working in various markets as a television reporter, producer and news videographer. Tonia is particularly interested in scientific innovation, climate technology, and the marine environment.