Capcom Europe Shows Hot New Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen Gameplay Trailer

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Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen cover art

Fans of Capcom’s action RPG Dragon’s Dogma will surely appreciate Capcom Europe’s new gameplay trailer for Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen. This new expanded edition will feature a whole new area to explore called Bitterblack Isle, new skills tiers for available classes, new augments, high-level weapons and armor sets, new character customization options, an item appraisal system and, last but not least, the option to listen to only Japanese voice acting.

The graphics look unreal, and for some reason, the gameplay strikes me as a weird combination of Monster Hunter and God of War. The scale of the battles looks truly epic. Fans will be able to enjoy Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen on their PS3s and Xbox 360s April 23rd in North America and April 26th in Europe. Until then, enjoy the trailer!


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