A role-playing game was released in Japan destined to remain in the hearts of fans on December 2, 1999, especially the owners of 32-bit PlayStation consoles: we are talking about none other than The Legend of Dragoon. Today, PlayStation legend Shuhei Yoshida retweeted something about The Legend of Dragoon in a tweet, which seems to suggest that the game might be coming to PS Plus soon. Check out all the details below.
The Legend of Dragoon Teased by Shuehei Yoshida, Could Be Coming to PS Plus
Produced and developed by Sony and clearly inspired by the Final Fantasy saga from which it took up graphic style and combat system, the adventure of Dart and his companions in The Legend of Dragoon also drew inspiration from the anime and manga saga of the Knights of the Zodiac.
For months many believed that the members of the Bluepoint Games team were working on the official remake, but nothing has been heard of the game. Now, however, according to reports, a strange tweet may have rekindled the hope of one day seeing the return of The Legend of Dragoon.
A tweet from one of the game’s soundtrack composers was in fact retweeted by Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida, sparking interest in the remake once again. In fact, Yoshida shared a tweet from Dennis Martin, in which the composer recalled the memories related to the creation of the soundtrack of The Legend of the Dragoon.
But pointed out that the publication date of Martin’s original tweet is December 4, 2019, so it was almost three years ago.
20 years ago I scored the music to Legend Of Dragoon for @PlayStation. It was a massive project with an amazing team & I still have great memories. Happy Anniversary! Thank you to everyone for the kind messages? Do you still believe in love?✨#LegendofDragoon #playstation @yosp pic.twitter.com/MaEeRZ6Xqu
— Dennis Martin (@dennismartinnyc) December 4, 2019
In any case, the doubt remains as to why Yoshida re-shared, in August 2022, a post apparently unrelated to any particular occasion.
Needless to say, the fans immediately went wild, imagining that the tweet is a preview of some kind, perhaps an announcement related to the JRPG in question (be it the turn of the long-awaited remake, or perhaps the inclusion of the game in the catalog of PlayStation Plus classics?). We will keep you updated in case news of any kind occurs.
The Legend of Dragoon offers plenty to come with a four-disc tale, protagonists with compelling back-stories, and plenty of opportunities to customize the gameplay experience, such as the various imaginable attack combos.