Dragon's Crown for PlayStation 3
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Dragon's Crown

Aug 6, 2013
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Game Info

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About this game

Developer: Atlus
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Dragon's Crown is a multiplayer hack and slash beat 'em up game with breathtaking visual style, a design built around cooperative play and epic boss fights, and the ability to discover a new adventure in every play session. Dragon's Crown allows up to four players to team up online to clear out monster-ridden dungeons, discover precious treasure, and destroy awe-inspiring bosses. Its unique, highly replayable design means that every time players can boot up and log on, they can expect a different experience and hours upon hours of satisfying adventuring.

Critic Reviews

32 Reviews
7.98
8.50
Colin MoriartyJul 31, 2013
Dragon’s Crown is about to put Vanillaware on the map. Whether on PlayStation 3 or PS Vita, it’s an enjoyable and deep old-school romp with an incredible amount of charm and an even higher amount of replay value. The experience is virtually identical on PS3 and Vita, but if you absolutely, positively only want to buy one, I’d go for the PlayStation 3 version, as its chaotic action is more readable and better appreciated on the big screen.
JamesJul 31, 2013
As a side-scrolling brawler, Dragon’s Crown is deep and loaded with replay. As an example of 2D art in gaming, it’s unequalled. The characters, enemy monsters, bosses, level art, and everything else that goes into the look of the game is unmatched in detail and design. True, it only equals and doesn’t beat the smoothness of the animation in Aladdin or Earthworm Jim, but neither of those two had the high resolution and associated detail to deal with.
Joshua BruceJul 31, 2013
Dragon’s Crown has a lot going for it. Beautiful art, solid and fresh gameplay, rich sound, and more fake breasts than a southern California plastic-surgery clinic. The game does a great job of retaining familiarity from the RPG genre while also adding in loads of new spins on old functionality. It has something that has been missing from the RPG genre as a whole–progress.

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