‘Lifetime walking RPG’ Teku-Teku Teku-Teku led by Koichi Nakamura and Kazuya Asano announced

Full reveal set for November 8.

Teku-Teku Teku-Teku

Dwango has announced “lifetime walking RPG” Teku-Teku Teku-Teku. It is produced by Koichi Nakamura and directed by Kazuya Asano.

Nakamura is the founder of Chunsoft and previously directed Dragon Quest II, III, and IV, as well as produced Torneko no Daibouken: Fushigi no Dungeon, the Kamaitachi no Yoru series, and the Shiren the Wanderer series.

Asano previously programmed Dragon Quest IV, was programming assistant on Dragon Quest IV, game designer for Torneko no Daibouken: Fushigi no Dungeon, and supervised the Kamaitachi no Yoru series.

Teku-Teku Teku-Teku will be the first project Nakamura and Asano have worked on together in 20 years. Their last collaboration project was Machi for Sega Saturn in 1998.

A full unveiling is planned for a live stream (YouTube, Niconico) on November 8 at 20:00 JST.

Watch the teaser trailer below. Visit the teaser website here and Twitter account here.

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