Dragon Ball Launches Search Engine 'Yahoo Planet Vegeta'

posted on by Kim Morrissy

In order to promote the upcoming film Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Dragon Ball has launched its own search engine and news website powered by Yahoo! Japan. The site is called "Yahoo Planet Vegeta" and will be available until February 6, 2019.

Information that is available on this website includes: recommended battle spots on Earth, the latest scouter levels, and other news relevant to Saiyans. There is also a blog written by a Saiyan who lives secretly on Earth, called Bloggu (Buroguu). He posts updates every two to three days about the gourmet on Earth and locations he recommends visiting. According to his profile, he is collecting information on strong people in order to invade Earth.

The top page of the site includes a search bar that you can use to search the names of all the characters who appear in Dragon Ball. The pages educate you on the origins behind all of the character names (mostly food dishes). Around 40 characters have their own pages.

You can also check your horoscope once a day; there are seven different random results. You will receive a Dragon Ball along with your horoscope, and once you have collected seven Dragon Balls, Shenlong will appear on the page.

The site is only accessible on mobile devices and you must be logged in to your Yahoo! Japan account. There are currently no plans for an English-language version.

Yahoo! Japan has previously launched a limited One Piece search engine and Dragon Ball Z foe Frieza conquered the site in 2016.

Source: Comic Natalie

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