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Submitted by stevivor 894d ago | review

Review: Dragon's Dogma | Stevivor.com

Dragon’s Dogma is an ambitious title. Since the late 80s, Japanese RPGs have tended to follow a very similar design – this is not a criticism; in fact, reviewer Greg Newbegin would suggest it’s a strength of the genre. Still, Capcom enlisted Producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi (who has worked on the Resident Evil, Dino Crisis and Sengoku Basara series’) to develop a new RPG – one that was more European than Japanese; one more in the vein of The Elder Scrolls and Dragon’s Age than Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest. (Dragon's Dogma, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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