Dragon Quest Your Story Animated Film Netflix Release Date Revealed
With Netflix’s ability to cater to a variety of entertainment tastes, the streaming service has taken chances with several movies and series based on fan-favorite video game properties. So far, these have included an animated series based on Castlevania, as well as an adaptation of The Witcher book and game series. The classic Dragon Quest RPG games have gained a bigger Western following in recent times, thanks to releases like Dragon Quest XI and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. To further cater to western fans, the Japanese Dragon Quest Your Story animated film has been confirmed for Netflix, with the new announcement of its release date.
A recent listing on Netflix has revealed that the new release date for the CG animated film Dragon Quest Your Story will be February 13, 2020. The film, which adapts the story from Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride, was first released in Japan last August. Netflix has listed Your Story on their service, with the following plot synopsis:
“Luca follows in his father’s footsteps to rescue his mother from evil Ladja. Finding the heavenly hero who wields the Zenithian sword is his only hope.”
Based on this synopsis, it certainly seems that the film will remain truthful to the original game. Though, it appears this version somewhat steps away from the iconic aesthetics of famed Dragon Quest designer Akira Toriyama, and more into an animation style similar to Western animated films. Still, for Dragon Quest lovers this will surely be an exciting take on the beloved franchise that will have fans sliming themselves.
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