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Dragon Quest is probably one of the oldest RPG series spanning over 30 years. With the first release in 1986 and the latest one in 2017 it's quite a mileage for the videogame franchise. That's really interesting is the lead development team is still the same - scenario writer and game designer Yuji Horii, character designer Akira Toriyama and music composer Koichi Sugiyama. Can you imagine working with the same guys for thirty years without stabbing each other?
On a serious note, I found this Dragon Quest XI prologue movie setting quite a vibe for the upcoming adventures. Love all these tiny details they put into this fantasy tale:
CDPR has recently released a gameplay video for Cyberpunk 2077, an upcoming RPG based on tabletop game Cyberpunk 2020. While fans already debating over the visual quality and gameplay features (though it's still work in progress, people either excited or upset), I'm basically gobsmacked by the sheer amount of work the devs put into making Night City alive. Somehow it reminds me of Ghost in the Shell manga by Masamune Shirow, with its insane body modifications, cybernetworks, mix of hi-tech society and underworld, all these bits and pieces.
It's exciting yet depressing at the same time, knowing that it's impossible to build such interactive worlds without a huge team.
Fortunately it doesn't stop fans from realising their own wild dreams, like the Chrono Break Trailer created by Im5on:
At glimpse it may look like a fantastic remake of the classic game, but it's completely unofficial fan work.
On a final note, Streets of Rage 4 is an official remake of classic beat 'em up by Sega:
Love the retro style intro look and character design. Btw, these guys also did a remake of another classic game Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap. Check it out!