Dragon Quest: Your Story
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The official site for Dragon Quest: Your Story, the Dragon Quest game establishment’s first 3D CG anime film, revealed another trailer and visual for the film on Wednesday.

The trailer reviews the film‘s story, and furthermore includes the notorious Dragon Quest signature music performed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra.

The film‘s story is based on the Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride game’s story.

Dragon Quest: Your Story
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Yuji Horii, who made the establishment at Enix, is credited for the unique story and supervision. Takashi Yamazaki is the central chief and scriptwriter, and Ryūichi Yagi and Makoto Hanafusa are coordinating the film. The game establishment’s arranger Koichi Sugiyama is additionally making the film’s music.

Dragon Quest, distributed as Dragon Warrior in North America until 2005, is a progression of Japanese role-playing video games made by Yuji Horii and his studio Armor Project. The games are distributed by Square Enix (once in the past Enix), with limited renditions of later portions for the Nintendo DS and 3DS being distributed by Nintendo outside of Japan. With its first game distributed in 1986, there are eleven principle arrangement amusements, alongside various turn off recreations. Also, there have been various manga, anime and books distributed under the establishment, with about each game in the primary arrangement having a related adjustment.

The arrangement has significantly affected the improvement of role-playing games, and acquainted various highlights with the class. Portions of the arrangement have showed up on different PCs, supports, handheld gadgets, and cell phones.

Starting at 2018, the Dragon Quest arrangement had sold more than 76 million duplicates consolidated around the world. Starting at 2007, all diversions in the fundamental arrangement, and its three spin-offs, had sold over a million duplicates in Japan and one had sold more than four million copies. The redo of Dragon Quest VI sold 0.91 million duplicates in Japan in the initial four days after its discharge, an uncommon marketing projection for a change.