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Netflix's "Dragon's Dogma" Releases Opening Credits

 

After the success of their anime Castlevania, Netflix's next anime effort Dragon's Dogma (Based on the 2012 video game of the same name), is hotly anticipated, set to roll out on the streaming service worldwide this Thursday, September 17th. And now, to tease the audience of the epic scale set to come (Composed of seven episodes), Netflix has released the opening credits for the show. The theme was actually composed by the original game's composer Tadayoshi Makino. Reminiscent of the opening credits for Black Sails, golden skeletons are replaced with that of ash, comveying this time a sense of adventure that is not long past but yet to come. But without further ado, check it out below:


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Rambo
Rambo
Sep 13, 2020

whatever makes you happy,sleuth.

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Nicholas E. Lauer
Nicholas E. Lauer
Sep 13, 2020

@Rambo: They have excellent content, Rambo. Just saying. "Castlevania" was a great anime. Some of their original shows are pretty great! I don't know, man. Maybe just consider it because most filmmakers are heading to places like that, including the good ones. I grant you, Netflix basically produces anything, but that's not exactly a bad thing in this day and age. A little risk is kind of missed.

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Rambo
Rambo
Sep 13, 2020

you lost me at 'Netflix'

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