A couple days ago Capcom officially announced Dragon's Dogma Online for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. Now we have the first trailer for the free-to-play multiplayer game, which is set to debut in Japan sometime this year. Hit the jump for more.
This week's issue of Famitsu has the full scoop on Dragon's Dogma Online, which has been formally announced as a free-to-play game for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. Capcom will update the world of Lestaria through seasonal updates, and the open-world action is currently planned for release in Japan sometime this year. Read on for more.
Though nothing has been officially announced, Capcom has filed a couple recent trademarks for Dragon's Dogma Online. The first was filed in Japan on December 2, with a previously discovered European trademark following hot on its heels on December 5. More after the jump.
Remember the stunning Deep Down trailer Capcom used to show off its potential new title and Panta Rhei engine running on PlayStation 4? It was a doozy, and some took its title letters and medieval style to mean it could be a new Dragon's Dogma game. According to Capcom, however, that's not the case. Read on for more.
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is out now on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Hooray! However, an update is causing some players to experience the woes of corrupt save files. Boo! Capcom Unity put out a PSA warning players that this could occur, and Capcom is currently working on a fix. Read on for more.
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen—which includes the original game, reworked and rebalanced, plus a full island of new content—is officially available on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in North America. It hits Europe on April 26, but everyone can go ahead and peep the launch trailer right now after the jump.
Last time Capcom rolled out an enemy showcase for Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, Death himself was at the forefront. Now we have even more enemies to look forward to in part two, which you can watch after the jump.
Capcom recently revealed another video for Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, which brings the full game plus expanded content to North America and Europe on April 23 and 26, respectively. This time it's all about the enemies, so dig the showcase after the jump.
Capcom is back with another class-specific video for Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen. The expansion, which includes the full game, is set to hit North America on April 23, with Europe following on April 26. Peep the Ranger class in action after the jump.
Last week we got a look at the Sorcerer in Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, and this time Capcom is all about the Mystic Knight. Watch as the knight squares off against a Pyre Saurian, soars with a Strigoi, and ultimately gets toasted thanks to a Cursed Dragon after the jump.
Capcom is dipping back into the fantasy well with Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, which includes all of the content from the original release along with a new underground area ready to be explored. Check out the latest trailer past the break.
Capcom is getting ready to unleash an updated version of Dragon's Dogma with Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, and it's bringing some fearsome new foes along for the ride. A new trailer shows some of what you'll face on Bitterblack Isle, from Death and his scythe to a truly colossal, mace-wielding monstrosity. Check 'em out after the jump.
The next big update for Dragon's Dogma has been dated in Japan. Capcom's medieval action game will be getting both a Hard mode and a Speedrun mode on December 4, and the DLC is all free of charge. More after the jump. Update: Capcom confirms the release date for North America in a Capcom Unity post.
The first quarter of this fiscal year has been a good one for Capcom, with a mix of fresh IPs and tried and true franchises, and social games paving the way for a 290.2% profit increase over the previous year. In addition to Operation Raccoon City, a good deal of the boost can be attributed to the performance of medieval action-RPG Dragon's Dogma.
One of Dragon's Dogma's selling points when it hits in May is the Resident Evil 6 demo that's coming along with it, but Capcom isn't afraid to let us try its open-world action RPG in advance, too. Today Capcom confirmed the Dragon's Dogma demo for next Tuesday, April 24 on XBLA and PSN. Read on for more.