The show ran for 291 episodes and spawned more than 15 movies, a whole bunch of video games, board games, a wide variety of merchandise, and two more animated sequels, titled Dragon Ball GT and Dragon Ball Super. Hit is known for his ability to Time-Skip, giving him an advantage over his opponents.
Arriving from Universe 6, Hit will be among the dozens of playable DBZ characters in Dragon Ball FighterZ when it launches later this month.
English voice actors Sean Schemmel (Goku) and Chrisopher Sabat (Vegeta) have been having a bit of a playful spat on Twitter, puffing out chests and comparing virtual Spirit Bomb sizes (I know Vegeta doesn't do the SB).
The fighting in Dragon Ball FighterZ is just as fun as it looks.
If you are keen to have a digital copy of the game, then you can pre-order it directly from the PlayStation Store or Xbox Store.
January 25th at the Santa Ana eSports Arena (same venue Wednesday Night Fights plays out at every week) we'll see the real life showdown between Goku and Vegeta.
You can check out said Dragon Ball FighterZ Hit gameplay video below.