New on Netflix, Dragon Quest: Your Story is animated via video games, a feature-length film based on the longstanding Nintendo franchise, which has always been a major topic in the development of popular RPGs (role-playing games). Specifically, the film embraces Dragon Quest V, basically eliminating all interactions and keeping the original plot intact for the most part, at the end of that one part (more on that in a minute).
Fans are definitely game for a watch, but is there anything in the movie to offer to the casual audience? Most importantly, does it enhance the idea of actually playing the game, or does it look like someone else is pushing a controller for 100 minutes?
Dragon Question: Your Story: Stream ID or Skip?
Synopsis: The rest of the scene is a traditional CG before switching to animation, the film starts with 16-bit animation for some exposures. After Pancras (Takayuki Yamada), a king abducts his wife Mata (Chicago Cuckoo) by Nimzso the Ecologically Melavaland (Arata Ura), they abandon the fate of their redemption and bring their son, Ruga (voice of Takeru Sato), into a sort of Babi Chart.
After Pancras bites it, Ruka Nimzo is enslaved by The Dastardly Nasty and pulls rocks at the buckets every day – alarming, fierce story-telling – for 10 years. He befriends Prince Harry (Kentaro Sakaguchi), and they escape, which includes pouring themselves sewage into the barrel. Don’t ask; I have no satisfactory explanation.
Now mostly an adult, Ruka continues her father’s quest with a sword, which is like a giant-sized cloth. He follows the Zenithian sword myth, which is a powerful tool that can only be used by the legendary Legendary Hero, who is actually quite famous, he/she has not yet been identified.
(This is a sword-in-stone thing.) Like his dad, Ruka does not use his massive sword to send monsters and goodies into the void, they do not bleed, but rather quickly explode into a green puff.
Ruga’s quest is broken down into mini-quests in which he rescues people, battles with monsters gets magical kayaks and spreads around good karma, which certainly won’t work in his darkest time.
She takes part in a brief love triangle with rich princess Nera (Haru) and warrior girl Bianca (Kazumi Arimura); Reuniting with her childhood pet, a mohawk-made saber-toothed leopard; And the blue emblem of one side, the got root (Koichi Yamada), is a slender creature, resembling a large blue rainbow with eyes. Married, Bruins, Another Story Leap Forward, Travel Sometimes, Have a Child, Some Robots, Some Cyclops, Something to Do With Dragons, A Big Climactic Borgenza With Nimzo The Not At All Very Nice And A Crazy-Donkey Turn The Whole Effort May.