Atlus has released the second character gameplay trailer for the upcoming four player co-op brawler, Dragon's Crown. The video features the modest battletrix, the Amazon warrior. Her lack of armor and long polearm allows for powerful, agile attacks which have the enemies spinning.
Today we have two new trailers from Vanillaware's 2D brawler, Dragon's Crown. The side-scrolling fantasy game features six playable characters, two of which are on display here. The epic will focus on cooperation and replayability.
Two imposing things; royalty and dragons. Now imagine how imposing the King of the Dragons would be? Soon you will no longer have to imagine, as all the blue blooded mythical reptiles you can waggle a sword at are coming your way on August 6th, in the form of Dragon's Crown.
If there's one thing we can say about Dragon's Crown, it's that it's a gorgeous, gorgeous game. If there's two things, it's that the 11 month silence since Atlus rescued the game has been a long wait. The sidescrolling brawler created by Vanillaware is one part Golden Axe and one part Castle Crashers, although most will agree that the artwork is what's really going to draw some attention.
Dragons' Crown is coming to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita this summer. It's a side scrolling beat'em up/action RPG that features some intriguing hand-drawn artwork. Frank Frazetta would be proud. Once you get past the physical appearances of the Amazon and the Sorceress, there's a pretty decent looking co-op game here. In fairness to the ladies, several other creatures seem to be sans clothes, themselves. The dwarf, for example, is wearing little more than a beard, boots, and belt.
Dragon's Crown, Vanillaware's upcoming brawler/RPG for Playstation 3 and Vita, will no longer launch in 2012 as planned. The original publisher, UTV Ignition (who publishes mostly junk) quietly dropped the game from its release schedule. Thankfully, Atlus has stepped in to not only publish this beautiful game, they're also taking a hand in its development duties now as well.
There are some games that are visually appealing, and then there are games that make your jaw drop when you see them. Dragon's Crown is one of the latter. It's no wonder the game is beautiful, as it was developed by VanillaWare, famous for Odin Sphere and Muramasa: The Demon Blade. Dragon's Crown is a first for the studio in many ways: high definition, co-op, and online play.
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