In contrast to Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z , Dragon Ball GT received very mixed reviews. IGN called it "downright repellent," mentioning that the material and characters had lost their novelty and fun. They also criticized the GT character designs of Vegeta and a few other characters as being "goofy".  Anime News Network (ANN) also gave negative comments about the anime, mentioning that the fights from the series were "a very simple childish exercise" and that many other anime were superior. The series' plot was also criticized for giving a formula that was already used in its predecessors.  Although, it did call it "a fun ride when not taken very seriously."  THEM Anime Reviews criticized the humor and characters stating, "the humor is forced, juvenile, and stupid, the characters are trite, and the villains are ugly, power-hungry monsters with no personality whatsoever". They, however gave some praise to the animation and music stating, "At least Toei went to the trouble of bringing up the animation, and especially the music, up a notch. Some of the backgrounds can actually be quite detailed, and the animation is definitely leagues above Dragon Ball Z ." 
There are a lot of Dragon Ball games, and most of them are nothing to write home about. I recall the announcement of Dragon Ball Z: Budokai . At that time, all we had was Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout , a real clunker of a shitfest that was barely playable, but that I hunted down regardless just to get a taste of something, anything localized. It's funny to look back now and see how far the series has come and how the popularity of its localization (thanks, Funimation!) drove the games forward and brought us some really fun, if not always good or polished titles to play.