Sneak Peek of Dragon’s Crown Pre-order Artbook

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

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Dragon's Crown

Back in May, Atlus announced that Japan won’t be the only one getting the sweet artbook that was being offered for pre-ordering Dragon’s Crown. North American fans would too be getting such an offer. Atlus released 6 preview shots of the 64-page artbook, giving us a glimpse of its various content on the characters, enemies, and NPCs you meet across the main story. Sadly they showcase nothing more, but it is only a preview, and the table contents page is promising some really good material. You can check out the preview shots in the link here.

See the world of Dragon’s Crown come to life with the vibrant illustrations from the legendary George Kamitani in the Dragon’s Crown Artworks. The Dragon’s Crown Artworks is available at participating retailers only. Availability for non-pre-orders is not guaranteed.

Dragon’s Crown is PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita exclusive. It will be released in Japan on the 25th of this month, while the release for North America is on the 6th of August. There has yet to be an announcement on the release for Europe and the rest of the PAL region. If you’re interested in the artbook, you still have time to pre-order at Amazon, or any other participating retail chain.

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