Really cool!  Netflix's "Dragon Dogma" anime adaptation releases opening video

Really cool! Netflix’s “Dragon Dogma” anime adaptation releases opening video

Netflix will soon be presenting the latest original anime series entitled Dragon Dogma which will air on September 17th. This fantasy series is the result of an adaptation of a video game made by CAPCOM and directed by Shinya Sugai. As the broadcast date approaches, Netflix has shared its latest details. Tadayoshi Makino, who is known as the music composer in the original game, is certain to be involved in the anime adaptation of Netflix. To welcome, Netflix has shared the opening video of the Dragon Dogma anime adaptation.

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The anime will tell Ethan, who has died, suddenly rises again with the determination to hunt down the dragon and destroy him. A protector named Hannah also appears in front of Ethan and explains that Ethan is Arisen or a human who was resurrected.

The two of them also undergo a dangerous mission in hunting the dragon, including facing terrible monsters that represent the seven deadly sins. But without Ethan knowing, every time he conquered a monster, his humanity would also slowly disappear.

The video game Dragon’s Dogma was released on May 24, 2012 for the PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 and has received positive reviews around the world. The game has now been released on various consoles, including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC (Steam), and Nintendo Switch, and has sold five million copies as of March 31, 2020. If you’re curious, don’t miss the exciting Dragon’s Dogma adaptation series only on Netflix. !

(Game Box)

Apart from the headlines in this article, the KotGa Crew also have an interesting discussion that you can watch in the video below.