More than 12 years following its release on the PlayStation one, Sony Computer Entertainment America renews
their registered trademark for the four-disc epic The Legend of Dragoon
Sony has long stayed silent about the future of this title, having even kept its potential sequel under wraps until it was officially cancelled not too long ago. In May of this year, The Legend of Dragoon
was released on the PSN as one of Sony’s classics during their initiative to drive digital content. Since then, it has sold respectably well, lending credence to a possible future. Whether Sony intends to remake the original, resurrect the sequel, or adapt the IP into another product (possible character or stage in PlayStation All Stars: Battle Royale) is yet to be seen.
The Legend of Dragoon
launched in 2000 to mixed reviews, but has since become a cult classic. It follows the main character, Dart, who sets out to rescue his kidnapped childhood sweetheart, Shana, after their village is razed to the ground by the Emperor Doel. Dart soon discovers that he has inherited the powers of the Dragoon, a knight of myth and legend, as he must now prepare himself for the war that is about to begin.