Despite the fact that the eleventh anniversary is not a significant anniversary, the Japanese studio Platinum games nevertheless decided to celebrate with something special the next anniversary of one of her past games.
Artist Masaki Yamanaka presented holiday art with the main character of a slasher Madworld – Jack. The release of the game for the Nintendo Wii console took place in North America in March 2009.
The project is also known for the fact that the project was originally released outside of Japan, and appeared in the home region of developers only a year later – in February 2010.
March 10 is the anniversary of MadWorld’s original release! Eleven years ago today, we left Nintendo Wii systems across North America black, white and red all over.
Masaki Yamanaka, MadWorld’s lead character designer, marks the occasion with this new artwork of Jack! #MadWorld pic.twitter.com/zpQtAA49bn
– PlatinumGames Inc. (@platinumgames) March 10, 2020
The Jack shown in the image looks as if he had just finished the fight.
In developing Madworld Many famous names took part. Yamanaka, who later led the creation Anarchy reignsprovided assistance in creating The Wonderful 101 and Star fox guard. In addition, he worked as a leading character designer. Resident evil, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and Resident evil 4. Screenwriter Yasumi Matsuno previously participated in writing stories for Final Fantasy XII, Final fantasy tactics and Vagrant story. Soundtrack created Naoto Tanakawho later composed music for Anarchy reigns, Bayonetta 2, Metal Gear Rising Revengeanceas well as games of the series Ace attorney, Mega Man and Mega Man X.
According to the plot of the game, a group of terrorists, calling themselves Organizers, created the monstrous game “Death Watch” (Death Watch) and pulled all the townspeople into it. “Kill or be killed” is her only rule, and only the strongest can survive in it. Jack – the main character of MadWorld – needs to take part in it, survive at all costs and uncover the frightening secret that shrouded this inhuman attraction.
Many gamers immediately saw in the PlatinumGames message a hint of the upcoming announcement of a remaster of the game for current platforms. However, it is worth noting that the rights to the franchise belong to Sega.
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