An official translation of Dragon Quest: Your Story attracts close to. The 3D animated film, which adapts the story of Dragon Quest V for the Tremendous Famicom, is coming to Netflix on February 13.
According to the Netflix description of the movie, Dragon Quest: Your Story follows a protagonist named Luca as he journeys to avoid wasting his mom from the demon Ladja. His solely hope is to search out the hero who wields the legendary Zenithan sword. For those who’re a fan of Dragon Quest 5, this overview might be already sounding a bit of acquainted. Certainly, Dragon Quest: Your Story follows Luca from childhood by means of maturity, similar as the wonderful Tremendous Famicom recreation it is based mostly on.
Dragon Quest 5 is a universally-loved RPG—it is on our Top 25 RPG list for a reason—however reactions to Dragon Quest: Your Story are noticeably blended amongst individuals who noticed the film when it hit Japanese theaters final August. There are understandably complaints about how the 3D-rendered characters do not make the most of the spiky-haired model conceived by collection character designer Akira Toriyama, although the monster designs are spot-on.
The film’s ending is much more controversial than its character designs. RPGamer’s Michael Baker noticed the Japanese premiere of the film, and he describes the viewers response in his (spoiler free) impressions piece.
“I received’t say any extra, solely that I wasn’t the one particular person wanting dazed and confused when leaving the room after the closing credit have been by means of,” he writes. “[T]his movie was a factor that occurred, and which may solely have occurred in Japan. And thank goodness for that.”
That is beginning to sound like some type of darkish JRPG prophecy. Type your individual opinions of Dragon Quest: Your Story on the subject of Netflix on February 13.