In today’s anime industry, it is difficult for completely new anime series to “green light”, as production costs are increasing and revenue tightened from media and TV commercials. However, the flourishing otaku culture means that you can easily make it if the anime you are trying to produce is an adaptation of a well-known franchise that already succeeds on a platform. other mind.
Currently, light novels and manga are still two “gold mines” for Japanese anime producers to exploit. However, fans always want to enjoy new works adapted from famous video game brands. Here are the results of the names that Japanese fans want the most anime for:
1. Final Fantasy VI
“Final Fantasy XV” even had a full 3D version of the anime and CG movie before the game was released to attract the audience’s attention. The legend of “Final Fantasy VII” also has its own separate episodes of anime and CG 3D, so now Japanese fans want “Final Fantasy VI,” another stellar production, to have their own anime.
With a very unique and creative graphic design style combining attractive storylines based on Japanese folk myths, “Okami” is a rare commodity on the market and is completely suitable for adaptation into anime.
3. Final Fantasy X
This is not the first time “Final Fantasy X” has appeared on such listings, but it seems that fans still want to see its touching details and music soar into anime for convenience. enjoy again.
4. Chrono Trigger
As one of the most classic RPGs of the 90s, “Chrono Trigger” always makes fans remember for a few reasons. The first is that it has never had a sequel version, so players always feel “hungry” for its context and character system. The second is its character design that has the participation of Mr. Toriyama Akira, author of “Dragon Ball”.
5. Metal Gear Solid
With the complexity of intrigue, cohesive character system, organization and nation based on world history, “Metal Gear Solid” is a valuable source of data for telling a good story in anime form.
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7. The Legend of Zelda
Possessing an interesting character system, dreamy fairy-tale worldviews and incredible adventure stories, the legendary “The Legend of Zelda” is a creative inspiration for many artists around the world. But so far, it still doesn’t have an official anime version, and makes fans feel sad.
8. Kingdom Hearts
At the bottom of the list this time around is Square Enix’s “Kingdom Hearts” franchise, a series of games that perfectly blends popular characters from both “Final Fantasy” and Disney, along with an original character system its own. Given what’s seen in the game, it’s no surprise that fans want an anime adaptation of it right away.