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Submitted by GreenRanger 763d ago | opinion piece

1UP's Favorite Games of 2012: Dragon's Dogma

1up.com: There's a lot to like about Dragon's Dogma. I love that its action-oriented combat offers a lot more nuance than you find in something like The Elder Scrolls while not going full-on combo/reaction style a la Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning. Instead, it feels more measured, yet it offers interesting quirks (like being able to scramble up a giant foe's back to put out its eyes). (Dragon's Dogma, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

chaolankennedy  +   763d ago
This game is awesome.
joab777  +   763d ago
My favorite game of 2012. My only issues were lack of ng+ difficulty increase and lack of true dlc or expansion of sorts. I feel like i fought the ur so often and collected so much great loot that was inly good for trade. I wanted to use it on my monsters or a higher difficulty. But, it me hooked for a long time
Der_Kommandant  +   763d ago
Very underrated game
kevnb  +   763d ago
I'm still waiting for a PC version, :( . I have a ps3, so I'll eventually give up and get a copy for it.
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