Satoshi Urushihara’s Artwork Still Lives In Langrisser I & II Remake Along With Some New Work

By Sato . August 29, 2018 . 2:00am

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Satoshi Urushihara’s artwork has been synonymous with the Langrisser series for years, and while he won’t be the main artist this time around, Langrisser I & II remake is getting a DLC that lets you switch to the old style, plus a little something new. [Thanks, Game Watch.]

 

 

Update: Direct-feed images from Chara-Ani added.

 

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The limited edition box for Langrisser I & II comes in a special box featuring completely new artwork (pictured above) by Urushihara-sensei.

 

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Furthermore, Kadokawa Games announced that there will be a “Classic Mode” DLC that lets you switch between the classic BGM as well as the original illustrations by Satoshi Urushihara. A download code for Classic Mode will also be included in first-print copies of the game.

 

“My drawings are distinctive, but the new art is also very wonderful, so it’d make me happy if it pleases the conventional fans too.”

 

We also got a look at the recently revealed new heroine Betty in a new illustration drawn by Satoshi Urushihara. You can check out the two versions below:

 

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Satoshi Urushihara’s version of Betty

 

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Ryo Nagi’s version of Betty

 

 

Langrisser I & II releases for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan on February 7, 2019. Check our previous report for more info announced during the event.


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