"Hahahahaha! Ahh...I crack myself up."
Gogeta holds his hands back to his side in a Kamehameha stance. However, when he fires the attack, it releases confetti and streamers instead of the typical blue energy wave.
Gogeta uses this comical attack during his battle against Omega Shenron, marketing it as his ultimate move. After replicating himself into five beings, each mimicking a Kamehameha pose, he claims the attack has enough power to finish Omega off completely, shocking the Shadow Dragon - though when the five Gogetas fire the Bluff Kamehameha, the end result is a startled and angry Omega covered in confetti and streamers and Gogeta in hysterics. Later, shortly after defusing, an irritated Vegeta later blames Goku for wasting valuable time with the Bluff Kamehameha, though the technique is what angers Omega into launching the Negative Karma Ball, allowing Gogeta to purify and counter it to disperse the negative energy shrouding the Earth.
Video Game Appearances
Bluff Kamehameha was named in Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World, where it is one of Gogeta's attacks in his Super Saiyan 4 form. When used against the opponent, instead of inflicting damage, it reduces their ki-bars by four. If the opponent is performing a fusion or a special attack at the same time, the Bluff Kamehameha reduces their ki-bars by six. It also appears in Dragon Ball Xenoverse as one of Gogeta's Super Skills. In this game, it can momentarily stun the opponent while reducing their ki-bars by nine, but fails if it hits the opponent from behind. While it lacks the true Kamehameha's blue aura, it retains the normal charging sound, which can fool an opponent who isn't paying attention. It can be obtained by the Future Warrior as a reward in Parallel Quest 45: "Saiyan Battle".
In Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, there is a chance that Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta will fire the Bluff Kamehameha instead of the Big Bang Kamehameha when summoned as a Z-Assist Support.