Masako Nozawa On Broly Film And 30 Years Of GokuReported by Foxwolf on Tuesday, October 16th 2018
GameSpot got the opportunity to chat with the original voice of Dragon Ball's Goku early this month at New York Comic Con.
The legendary Japanese voice actress Masako Nozawa, the voice of not only Goku, but also Gohan and Goten, made the trip across the Pacific to promote the 20th animated Dragon Ball film, Dragon Ball Super: Broly.
Nozawa has played Goku for over 30 years, and spoke to GameSpot not only about the new movie, but also how she feels about still voicing the legendary Saiyan to this day.
GameSpot: How does it feel going back and being a part of a reimagined take on Broly?
Nozawa: So, in the Dragon Ball universe, I have what I call the family. And I feel like Broly, even though whether they're a villain or not, that he is kind of part of this original family, so that's kind of this interrelationship I have with him.
GameSpot: How do you feel about Goku after all these years?
Nozawa: I think Goku really is kind of like a clone of myself, and he always has been. I think he will continue to be.
GameSpot: Which version of Goku has been your favorite to play? Being serious, being silly, or some kind of other version?
Nozawa: I think for me, I love Goku when he's helping people. And I know it's not... he's always helping people, he doesn't help people with the intent of going out to help someone, he just does it so naturally; and his nonchalant way of just bringing everyone around him up is the aspect I love about Goku the most. He just wants peace, that's all he wants.
Check out the full interview at the source link below. Dragon Ball Super: Broly will hit select theaters on January 16th 2019.