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Submitted by Pozzle 557d ago | news

Dragon’s Crown Has Treasure Arts Illustrations To Unlock

More tidbits about Dragon’s Crown come from Famitsu. Players will be able to accept all kinds of quests from the guild. Complete these quests and you may get Treasure Arts. These are illustrations players can see of different characters. (Dragon's Crown, PS Vita, PS3)

nrvalleytime  +   557d ago
Breastaculer news.
FamilyGuy  +   557d ago
I like unlocking artwork
Mounce  +   557d ago
Let me correct your comment:

"I like unlocking porn/playboy art"
FamilyGuy  +   557d ago
No, artwork, like in Blazblue, Dead Nation and Soul Calibur. Things that existed before trophies and achievements. I've always liked getting those hand drawn concept arts as rewards for my gaming accomplishments.

They just cool to go through.
rlacorne  +   557d ago
Cool. I wonder if they'll be the same as those included in the pre-order art-book.

Really can't wait for this game :)

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