The official video game for the Paralympic Games Tokyo, which will be held from August 24 to September 5, 2021, Pegasus Dream Tour It is an “Avatar RPG” taking place in Pegasus, a virtual city that displays the values of inclusiveness and positive energy accompanying this event. Users of this free game will be able to create their virtual avatar by creating a face from images on their mobile phone, then training and fitting it with the latest prosthetics and wheelchairs. Specialties include futsal, wheelchair basketball, chair tennis, and athletics. The Avatar will be able to relate to each other by touring Pegasus City and participating in tournaments. Note that a portion of the game’s revenue will go to the funds of the Agitos Foundation, which focuses on developing sports activities for people with disabilities.
Nine Paralympic athletes will be present in the game in the form of avatars made by Japanese artist Goodtel. Their names are Takayuki Hirose (Bukya / Japan), Patrick Anderson (wheelchair basketball / Canada), Holly Robinson (Javelin throw / New Zealand), Silvio Philo (futsal / Argentina), Manami Tanaka (wheelchair tennis / Japan) ), Kohi Kobayashi (Badminton / Japan), Ri Ogura (Badminton / Japan), Scott Bassett (Athletics / USA) and Chaiwat Ratana (Athletics / Thailand). Players will be able to interact with these characters as well as the famous Doraemon, who has been chosen as the official mascot and Pegasus’ deputy mayor, Andrew Parsons, who is actually the president of the International Paralympic Committee. Game recordings are available at Google apps And its official website Here.
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