They’ll be partying at Capcom tonight as their latest in-house developed action-RPG Dragon’s Dogma has rocketed straight to the top of the Japanese charts with a over 300,00 units sold on Playstation 3.
Sweet. Make that sequel!!!!!!
Agreed. This game is awesome. Let just hope they get some better voice actors next time lol.
lol yeah!!! i'd like to see more than 1 voice used for our pawns too. Everyone has the same voice, so either everyone chooses default or when you summon pawns they all have the same voice. a slight upgrade in character models wouldn't hurt either but im fine with it being the same
Oh i'm sure if they make a sequel it will be getting a graphical upgrade for sure. And yes, MORE voice actors would also be extremely welcome. And how about making them shut up every once and a while? Lol, I don't need to hear the SAME comment over and over. ><
Unlike some people , not even surprised .
It's a good game. Definitely deserves the sales
That's pretty damn good. Weird though since I think their final estimates were well under this, like 0.5m sales worldwide or something silly?
They are aiming for 1.5m worldwide. I think they'll achieve that no problem.
they always said it would at least break the 1.5 million barrier . It's just the director that used obvious hyperboles in his enthusiasm about selling 10 millions . Either way , some people were outright saying it would bomb in japan and call those that believed in the game crazy . You wont hear them much for a few days
Ah. Still 300m in Japan is pretty good considering that's probably almost entirely from PS3 only. I reckon it could perhaps hit 3m LTD, maybe more.
Mmm, then it might very well have a sequel that will polish the game's mistakes. I guess I won't buy this one then, and see what happens.
knowing capcom they will probably get another dev team on it and completely ruin it.
Your gonna wait 2 years for a sequel?
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