We know there are plenty of talented Malaysians around, and we are very proud of them.
But did you know that a Malaysian studio helped bring two of the biggest video game titles to life?
Yep, you better believe it.
A touch of Malaysian
IGN Southeast Asia
reported that Malaysia's very own Lemon Sky Studios
played a major role in the making of two of April's biggest video games: 'Final Fantasy VII Remake' and 'Resident Evil Resistance'.
Lemon Sky Studios reportedly provided the 3D assets for the games.
For example, in 'Final Fantasy VII Remake', the team was mainly responsible for the visuals you see in the game, namely the creation of the 3D assets.
In layman's term, it means that all the weapons and characters you see in that game was brought to life by Lemon Sky Studios.
As for 'Resident Evil Resistance', the studio worked together with NeoBards Entertainment, who were involved with the development of the game, and was responsible for creating the 3D assets for the characters and the environment.
So basically, if you're fully immersed in the enviroment in the game, it's thanks to our fellow Malaysians lah.
This is not the first time Lemon Sky Studios contributed to making popular video games though.
In fact, they are one of Southeast Asia's leading premier CGI studios and over the years, they've helped made popular video game titles like 'Marvel’s Spider-Man', 'Gears of War 5' and 'Uncharted: The Lost Legacy'.
If you find yourself playing any of these games, remember to shout 'Malaysia Boleh