The Last Ronin video game will be inspired by great action RPGs like God of War and will be faithful to the story arc of the comics
If you’re a die-hard follower of the adventures of Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael, get ready for what’s coming. The acclaimed graphic novel of 2020 ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin’ will have its adaptation in a triple A video game.
The news was shared this week by Polygon, which has spoken with Paramount, which owns the rights to this type of movie. TMNT. Although at the moment not many details are known about the game’s release date.
The five-issue miniseries was released in 2020 by publisher IDW. The plot was written by Kevin Eastman and is based on an idea that he and Peter Laird, co-creators of the Turtles, came up with in the late 1980s.
The work tells the story of the last Ronin, a lone warrior who fights to avenge his fallen brothers in a post-apocalyptic New York.
The adaptation of The Last Ronin will bring us a darker game
Doug Rosen, senior vice president of games and emerging media at Paramount Global, confirmed to the outlet the intentions of launching such a game. Rosen suggested that the new TMNT-inspired game, like the story it came from, is meant to be a bit darker.
It will be a third-person game focused primarily on a single member of the Ninja Turtlesand Rosen compared it to something like ‘God of War’ and ‘God of War Ragnarok’.
The adaptation is in charge of Paramount Global, the company that currently owns the rights to the franchise adaptations. According to Rosen, the game will be faithful in terms of its gameplay, with the idea of creating a strictly one-player adventure focused on its protagonist, although he does not rule out the possibility of having sections in which we play with the other turtles.
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