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You can’t keep a good farmer down, it would seem, as Aksys Games announced the second bit of downloadable content for PlayStation Vita action game, Muramasa Rebirth, the somewhat enigmatically named “Genroku Legends: A Cause to Daikon For.” It’s heading to the PlayStation Network in the US on Feb. 25, and Europe the following day.
Summer vacation comes to an end this week, which is kind of a bummer considering the fact that a bunch of new games are releasing just in time for everyone to have to turn off their consoles and head back to school. But when you aren't too busy with homework and extracurricular activities, maybe you'll find time to fire up Dragon's Crown the headlining title arriving on the PlayStation Network and in stores this week.
Just ahead of its launch in North America next week, Atlus Japan announced via their official Twitter account that they have successfully shipped more than 300,000 copies to retailers and that the retail chains are running out of copies faster than they can manufacture and ship them out. Success much, Atlus?
Dragon's Crown has been on the receiving end of a lot of media buzz, controversy and contention amongst some members of the vidya gaem jurnolizm ring. Despite all the heated debates surrounding the game, George Kamitani's dream game is finally coming true and the new launch trailer aims to celebrate that dream.
You know what's funny? Bad decisions.... well, bad decisions when someone else makes them... especially bad decisions that you can see coming a mile away. In this case, it was a very bad decision by Capcom to reject publishing Dragon's Crown because the game is selling out in Japan.
If you thought the gorgeously designed and artfully engaging beat 'em up title from Vanillaware was going to be a fairly short affair due to all the high-end, hand-drawn visuals diminishing the length of the game, think again. Dragon's Crown will clock in at a very, very, very impressive 20 hours.
Walk into the West Hall of the LA Convention Center and one of the first game displays you'll come across is Dragon's Crown, the four-player beat-em-up dungeon crawler from Vanillaware.
The sixth and final character-driven trailer for upcoming PlayStation 3 and PlayStaiton Vita game, Dragon’s Crown, has finally made an appearance, introducing players to the Fighter.
Continuing the month-long trend, Vanillaware is ready to give the next playable characters in its upcoming PS3/Vita co-op bash-em-up a moment in the spotlight. Introducing the Amazon. What she lacks in clothing she makes up for in brute strength.
Another Friday has come and gone, which means it's time to once again show off a playable character class for the upcoming PlayStation 3/Vita brawler, Dragon's Crown. This week's offering is the Wizard. Based on the name alone, I'm guessing you have a pretty good idea about what this guy has to offer the team.
There’s been a lot of talk about Vanillaware’s upcoming four-player hack-in-slash title, Dragon’s Crown, as of late but, until now, one very important bit of information has eluded us: A U.S. release date. Publisher Atlus promised it would be sometime this summer and, with a nailed-down arrival date of Aug. 6 officially announced; they’re just making it in under the deadline.
Dragon’s Crown is headed to U.S. PlayStation 3 and Vitas this summer and, to prepare everyone for the epic dungeon diving to come, the folks over at Vanillaware and Atlus have released the first in a series of trailers introducing the game’s six main protagonist. Up first is the physics-defying Sorceress.
It looks like would-be dungeon divers won’t have much longer to wait to get their adventure on as Vanillaware and Atlus have officially announced a summer 2013 release date for upcoming 2D co-op hack-and-slash romp, Dragon’s Crown, exclusive to the PlayStaiton 3 and PlayStation Vita.
The North American release of Grand Knights History for the PSP has run into a bit of a pothole...or rather, a cutting room floor conundrum. It appears the JRPG from VanillaWare will not be making its debut on Sony's handheld due to budgetary concerns.
Vanillaware and UTV Ignition announced today that a brand new IP is arriving exclusively for the PlayStation brand called Dragon’s Crown. It's a unique four-player cooperative title made in the same vein as Vanillaware's previous outings, Odin Sphere and Muramasa.