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Dragon's Dogma Quest Abandons Vita Exclusivity For iOS Port

Posted on Wednesday, July 10 @ 23:36:44 Eastern by Heath_Hindman


Who says that Vita gets too many mobile ports, eh? Capcom is ready to turn the tide, making it the phones that are getting Vita ports, as the company has revealed that its 2D Dragon's Dogma spinoff will no longer be exclusive to PSV. Soon, it will appear on iOS as well.

The release date for the Vita version is listed vaguely as "2013" while the iOS version is to be determined. The pricing model for the Vita game was said to allow free gameplay with a paid option available; it is of course presumed that this will also be in place for the iOS version, though not specified.
Tags:   ios, Japan, PSVita
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