Dragon’s Crown Trailer, Published by NISA in PAL Regions

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

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Dragon's Crown Logo

History tends to repeat itself, and when it comes to Atlus, folks in the PAL region are familiar with their localized games either never showing up at their shores or arriving much after its release in North America. Of course they have relied on countless other publishers and localization companies for a majority of titles.

So it comes as no shock that NISA will apparently be helping Atlus out in publishing Dragon’s Crown in the PAL regions, like with their other recent titles Etrian Odyssey IV and Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers. Their name appears listed under the Australia’s Classifications Board as the game’s publisher. That’s not all, Atlus has since uploaded yet another trailer for Dragon’s Crown, and this one explains a bit of the game’s co-op features and how the cross-save functionality between the PS3 and Vita works. Check it out below.

Dragon’s Crown is slated for release in Japan on the 25th of this month, and on August 6th for North America. No date was given for the PAL region release, though it shouldn’t be too long before the official announcement.


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