Dragon’s Crown System Trailer

Dragon's Crown new trailer showcases how combat/game systems work...in Japanese

Posted By | On 28th, May. 2013

Atlus has released an official trailer for Dragon’s Crown that showcases the game’s gameplay systems.  The trailer is all in Japanese, however; it’s still quite appealing, and the game seems in-depth judging from what I saw in the video.

It’s hard to understand exactly what is being shown. The most intriguing part to me was when they showcased PlayStation 3 controllers and PlayStation Vita being used together to play Dragon’s Crown, how exactly that works was a bit hard to tell, but we will see when the time is right.

Dragon’s Crown will be releasing exclusively for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita on August 6th for $49,99. The game has a beautiful art-style and particularly compelling game mechanics. We’re looking forward to playing this game and checking it out.

Let us know if you’re excited for Dragon’s Crown and will be buying it on day one in the comments below.

Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more updates and review of the game in the coming months.


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