A new set of screenshots have been posted by Atlus Japan for the upcoming Playstation 3 and Playstation Vita video game from Vanillaware, “Dragon’s Crown.”
Why has it taken so long to get this game out? It was announced Five, six, years ago?
It announced two years ago at E3 2011. But Ignition Games, as the publisher, don't have the guts to continue their support for Vanillaware. So in april 2012, Atlus taking over the publishing duties from Ignition and gave some of their key member to help Vanillaware finish this game. It will release this year on 25th july for japan and 6 august for US.
Has it been that long? I only remember as far back as maybe 2010.
Yup, Dragon's can't come too soon.
New ‘Dragon’s Crown’ screens show off the sorceress ass? No, well no clicks for you examiner!
I heard the breasts have its own physics engine built into them.
...casting some sort of milk related spell?
Cant wait to fap...I mean, play this game. GO VANILLAWARE! They never let me down. ;)
nearly poked my eye out looking at those pics.
You must have a freakishly small torso.
your just jealous lol
all i know is that it's an 2D action rpg from what i've heard it's heavily co-op powered and that the female characters are a bit heavy on the...uhh...yeah..you know what i'm talking about... not sure about the co-op part but other than that it seems to be interesting
the t&a in this game is just the added goodness. im just really excited for this because honestly it reminds me of the those old arcade rpgs (dungeons and dragons, golden axe, magic sword, gauntlet legends, etc). you know, those games that always used to make me waste quarters, just to level up or insane boss battles.
i played muramasa the demon blade on the wii alot , im picking this one up for sure!
them boobies are great.. I may pick her just so i can see the jiggles
She must have a very sore back carrying around that luggage all the time.
day 1 for me, looks great!
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