All the posting about Dragon's Crown over the past few months just hasn't been fair to our readers in Europe… until now! Thanks to an NIS America newsletter announcement, fans in Europe pining for Vanillaware's brawler can look forward to playing it this fall. More after the jump.
The latest trailer for Dragon's Crown may be in Japanese, but it still serves up a solid preview of all the mechanics and customization Vanillaware's upcoming beat 'em up provides, from straight up brawling to upgrading characters and cooking. Check it out after the jump.
When Atlus releases Dragon's Crown on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in North America, those who pre-ordered the brawler will get the snazzy 64-page Dragon's Crown Artworks. If you want a taste of what's included in the art book, Atlus has you covered with a handful of sample pages. More after the jump.
Japan is getting an extra special bundle when Dragon's Crown launches over there on July 25. The Famitsu DX pack release of Vanillaware's beat 'em up packs a seductive Sorceress tapestry, two clear posters, the Artworks book, and an illustrated mug. Pics past the break!
We've shared plenty of short clips for Vanillaware's gorgeous PS3/Vita beat 'em up Dragon's Crown, but now the E3 trailer is here with something heftier. Get a load of the gameplay, characters, experience system, locales, and more after the jump.
Atlus Japan busted out the full intro to Dragon's Crown, the Vanilliaware beat 'em up that's making its way to PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in the west in August. Check it out after the jump.
Atlus is back to share English clips of two of Dragon's Crown's brawlin' powerhouses, the Amazon and the Wizard. Watch as they pummel enemies in developer Vanillaware's upcoming beat 'em up after the jump.
Atlus offered up some info on DLC for Dragon's Crown, which will be immediately available when the Vanillaware beat 'em up launches on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita on August 6. The DLC lets players customize the story with a voice pack that switches up who does the narrating. Read on for more.
The latest trailer for Dragon's Crown doesn't focus on any specific character, but does take some time to showcase some of the skills you can pull off, the online multiplayer, and more. Check out some of the moves and see how the Vita and PS3 versions connect after the jump.
We're still a ways off from the August 6 release of Vanillaware's Dragon's Crown, but Atlus rolled out a couple more promos showing the beat 'em up's characters in action. The Dwarf and Elf are the focus of the latest clips, so check 'em out along with descriptions after the jump.
We've seen spotlights on all of the playable characters Vanillaware brawler Dragon's Crown has to offer, except for one. It's time to take a closer look at the freak of nature Amazon, who can lay some serious hurtin' on the game's enemies. Check her out after the jump.
Dragon's Crown arrives in North America on August 6, and Atlus saw fit to go ahead and put both the game and the art book covers on display. The latter can be yours if you pre-order the beat 'em up prior to its launch on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. Check 'em out after the jump!
Dragon's Crown is back with another character trailer, following recent showcases of the controversially designed Sorceress, the Dwarf, and the Elf. Next up is the Wizard, who forgoes brute strength in favor of powerful spells. Video after the jump.