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Dragon's Crown Gets New Images, Trailer, Japanese Release Date

Posted on Thursday, March 21 @ 18:33:35 PST by Heath_Hindman

After about a year of total media silence, developer Vanillaware finally has some new Dragon's Crown news and media. Available for both PS3 and Vita, the multiplayer action RPG will be available in Japan on July 25 and is being published by Atlus.  Atlus USA has said that a localized version will come to North America, so it would presumably be shipping out no earlier than this fall. It could, of course, be longer.

Along with the release date announcement came a few new images and a two-minute trailer. Take a look:


A few screenshots have also been released:


 

 

Japanese gamers who pre-order will net themselves a 64-page art book. There is no word on whether such a bonus will make its way to North America, but we'll let you know. Check back here and the game's official Japanese website for updates.
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