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Controversial Dragon Quest composer Koichi Sugiyama has died

The composer of Square Enix‘s Dragon Quest series, Koichi Sugiyama, has died at the age of 90. Sugiyama composed all 11 main games in the Dragon Quest series, which Square Enix says totalled over 500 pieces of music which he composed by himself with no collaboration. The publisher says Sugiyama’s...
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Dragon Quest Series Composer Koichi Sugiyama Has Passed Away

Sad news in the gaming industry today. Koichi Sugiyama, renowned composer for the Dragon Quest series since the very beginning, has passed away on September 30th, 2021 at the age of 90. News broke today from the Japanese Dragon Quest Twitter account today. Even if you’re not a Dragon Quest fan, there’s an incredibly good chance you’ve listened to Sugiyama’s music somewhere. Dragon Quest music made its way into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate when Hero joined the roster two years ago. Most recently, Dragon Quest music could be heard during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games held earlier this year.
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You’ll be able to now obtain the JRPG Dragon Quest Dai: A Hero’s Bonds free of charge on iOS and Android

Motion RPG 3v3 fight on this loose sport from DeNA and Sq. Enix. Dragon Quest Dai: A Hero’s Bonds is now to be had international. The JRPG for mobiles of the Dragon Quest saga lands on iOS and Android as a free-to-play sport that you’ll now obtain free of charge, with a suggestion that mixes motion with tactical RPGs. And naturally, set within the universe of Dragon Quest: The Journey of Dai, the legendary sequence that we met in Spain with the identify ‘Las Aventuras de Fly’.
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