Panzer Dragoon Remake Nintendo Switch handheld gameplay from Gamescom.

Several pieces of news have dropped for Panzer Dragoon over the last few hours including some footage of the first stage in the up and coming remake on the Nintendo Switch. Thanks to attendees at the event, we’ve also found out several things regarding the remake that fans of the series can look forward to.

  • Players will be able to switch between original soundtrack and the new songs made for the remake, which is being handled by someone within the Panzer Dragoon fan community.
  • A physical version of the game is planned and not exclusive to the Nintendo Switch, so PlayStation, Xbox and PC users, stay tuned!
  • Panzer Dragoon II Zwei is in production, although the focus is first in getting the first game out the door.
  • Release date has not been announced but will fall between October – March 2020 as they are currently searching for a publisher.

There’s a few more pieces of information related to the game that you can read about after the break.


5 responses to “Panzer Dragoon Remake Nintendo Switch handheld gameplay from Gamescom.

  1. Xander says:

    Searching for a publisher? Hey Sega…. You should want to publish this even doesn’t light up the charts. It’s part of their history they should be proud of.

  2. Senjav says:

    Had a huge sigh of relief when I read that part of it not being another Switch exclusive (thank God).

    It don’t get why it’s so associated with Nintendo and why it’s Nintendo channels posting videos about it only so far, so annoying.

  3. Eck says:

    Shockingly dissapointing, why on earth will Sega not publish their own game?!?
    Is there any sane reason why they wont?

  4. John says:

    This is a game I do not intend to miss out on again this is a great game that was over looked on the Sega Saturn, and is one of the must play titles for Sega Saturn owners. the new controls got good reviews. I would put a patch to play the original games as an extra pay for option; for controls and polygons, so to have better appeal to the Japanese public. I would included them in the Japanese build.
    I would buy this game and the one in the trilogy for Sega Saturn ported to the Nintendo Switch (Job Dependent) .

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