A Power Rangers triple-A could have seen the light of day after a project that began in 2016.
For anyone who grew up in the 90s, power Rangers They were quite a phenomenon, the American version of the Japanese series Super Sentai Series, He came in 1993 and it was a worldwide success. Since then, the series has had 27 seasons and numerous films, maintaining a presence still today in film, television and video game. The franchise has passed from hands over the decades to be owned by Hasbro today.
Bischoff defines him as a Gotham Knight RangersWe have had numerous video games from the Power Rangers franchise, the last one being Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, a fighting title for Pc, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Stadia. However, years ago a ambitious title for the franchise that took heroes to the action genre in cooperative open world and from which we have been able to see a series of conceptual arts awesome.
The history of video games is also that of canceled titles, those works that, due to one problem or another, end up being lost or, as in this case, remain in their early stages. Jason bischoff, former executive of Saban, the company that gave birth to power Rangers, has shared in his account Twitter a series of conceptual arts of the title in addition to different curiosities about the project.
The project was titled as Project Nomad in 2016 and it was an open world cooperative triple A that sought to give a new approach to the history of the franchise. Bischoff defines it as a “Arkham” Rangers or a Gotham Knight Rangers. As he tells it, Saban’s problems prevented the project from continuing, without a budget to finance it, which enjoyed first positive conversations with developers and publishers, was condemned not to be able to pass from those previous phases. Although the game did not go beyond its concept art phase, Bischoff has shared some impressive illustrations that reflect the character of the game.
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