Dragon’s Crown Full Trailer & Interview Video

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Dragon's Crown

Atlus has uploaded a new trailer for the upcoming 2D side scrolling beat ’em up from Vanillaware, Dragon’s Crown. It seems to be the English version of an older trailer released a few months ago: a montage of all the playable characters and the various NPCs you meet throughout the game. Showing off the game’s impressive visual fidelity and interesting battle mechanics with the game’s element of co-op.

PlayStation.blog also released a new video interview with Atlus, highlighting the various gameplay aspects and briefly explaining why Dragon’s Crown is one game to look out for, whether for the PlayStation 3 or the PlayStation Vita. Both videos can be viewed down below.

Dragon’s Crown is a title for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita that has been released in Japan and will be officially released in North America next week. While there is no official release date for Europe, it was announced that NIS America will be handling the publishing duties for the game for the PAL region. If you’re interested in the game, but don’t know if it’s the type of game for you, check out our review here.

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