Will Klonoa return to our lives? Bandai Namco releases new tracks
There has already been rumors and leaks in the past that made it clear that Bandai Namco had not forgotten completely of Klonoa. However, the truth is that the character has been missing for many years. And even in early 2019, a animated adaptation of the character.
Today, new clues are emerging suggesting that Bandai Namco could resurrect the franchise ASAPe. Basically a Klonoa’s artwork was posted on a 2022 corporate calendar. It is true that it could just be a work of art, but coincides with the registration of certain trademarks related to the character that have taken place in recent times. You can see it below.
Bandai Namco’s 2022 company calendar apparently includes new art for Klonoa
There have been recently some brands linked to Klonoa https://t.co/sY6bM7t5vW
– Nibel (@Nibellion) 23 December 2021
As you can see in the post he shared @Nibellion and Twitter, anime style artwork is included. And although this is a style that still has a lot to do with the saga (even the second game was in cell shading), it should not be ruled out that Klonoa’s comeback was linked to film or television.
As for video games, where there are also possibilities of return, the saga was born in 1997 (1998 here) with Klonoa: Door to Phantomile, a game exclusive to the first PlayStation at a time when Sony got along extremely well with Bandai Namco. The game received very positive reviews and was one of the first games to feature two-dimensional artwork on a three-dimensional rendered background. What many have dubbed 2.5D.
The next opus was Klonoa: Moonlight Museum, which was only released in Japan. for the WonderSwan portable system (1999). Here it was not until the era of PS2, platform for which Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil arrived exclusively in 2001. From there were born games like Klonoa 2: Dream Champ Tournament (for GBA), which never reached Europe, Klonoa Beach Volleyball for PS1 or Klonoa Heroes: Densetsu no Star Medal, which did not even come out of Japan. . However, they were all games from other genres it didn’t have much to do with the original platforms.
If it was a Klonoa: Empire of Dreams platform, for GBA, which also received a lot of praise in its time. Nevertheless, the saga disappeared from the end of 2002 to 2008, in which case the Wii received a remake of the original PlayStation game. Called Klonoa, quite simply, This one featured revised graphics and vocals, as well as some new unlockables.. In recent years (2019 and 2021), registrations of brands like Wind Encore’s Klonoa have appeared. What else, this same month of December 2021 a trademark was registered for Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series UK.
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