There is plenty to be discussed about the joy of playing old-school adventures and what the majority of players may expect from them as they navigate well-known combat and puzzles.
There are several games out there that enthusiasts would like to see remastered, even though it has been centuries since the original release, ranging from longer open-world games to shorter side-scrollers.
One such game is The Legend of Dragoon, an RPG that had an outstanding 48+ hour playthrough time when it was launched for the PS1 in December 1999.
Fans have been clamoring for a Legend of Dragoon sequel for years. Recently, apparently out of nothing, Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida reposted a Dennis Martin, one of the initial composers, tweet about the milestone.
The initial tweet was put out on December 3, 2019, and it was filled with praise for the team Martin had collaborated with. He said that he liked writing the score and still reflects on his participation.
He also thanked everyone for their best wishes for the game’s milestone. Although The Legend of Dragoon has received love from both developers and players for a very long time, Yoshida’s report on August 7, three years later, lacks any additional comments.
A remake has frequently been linked to Sony and Bluepoint Games, and there is also a petition calling for a remake of Legend of Dragoon that is spreading.
The Legend of Dragoon offers ample stuff to provide with a four-disc tale, protagonists with fascinating backstories, and numerous opportunities to customize the gaming experience, such as the various conceivable attack combos.
Despite checking many of the same boxes as other remakes from Bluepoint Titles, such as Demon’s Souls and Shadow of the Colossus, it is one of the many PlayStation games that has not received a prequel.
With this post, more rumors of a reboot are being spread in the hopes that it will happen. However, given how playable the original game is right now, any information about The Legend of Dragoon is welcome right now.