This head-turning beat 'em up offers ample adventure, but is it well-rounded enough for your collection? Find out in the GT Review of Dragon's Crown!
I am gonna be busy come Tuesday. Tales of Xillia for my good ol' PS3 and Dragon's Crown for My Vita. :)
Tales is single player so I'm gonna hold out on that purchase, it's gonna be all Dragon's Crown for me.
Fantastique review! This game has really gotten universal acclaim and I am so glad it does. Every time I see the Elf she reminds me of Link and how great a cute but bad ass couple they could be.
Game looks great, feel like it's going to be an underrated title. Can't wait to play it soon.
Great game and im not a fan of rpg games, but the art style is what caught my attention on this game. Looks great on the PS3, i wouldve bought it for the Vita, but heard its a little too chaotic and hard to keep track on whats going on when playing it on the Vita. After playing it on the PS3 for a few hours, i can see what they mean. Keep that in mind if your on the fence with what version to get. Framerate and slowdown problems will occur on the Vita version too. Not to mention, you cant have a friend over to join in. Had a blast with my girl playing this! Still might try it on the Vita one day.
Most reviews of the game say that the Vita version is the better of the two, and that both are identical. Where are you getting the framerate and slowdown problems from? Sounds like you haven't played the Vita version.
PS3 version i think might be a bit better in terms of playing a game like this on a big screen. Dont get me wrong, i would like this on the Vita as well but when you play this game you will see what i mean about things getting chaotic on the screen with all the combat. I have heard its kinda hard to really concentrate on your character. Yes, they may look identical but the Vita version apparently has framerate problems that appear on screen when things get hectic. I have read this in several reviews and have been hearing from peeps that own the Vita version. Look it up online if you dont believe me. Not to mention, you will be limited when it comes to multiplay on the Vita version. No co-op unless you know someone with a Vita. I have heard online play chugging down too. Still would like to give it a try though. Having a blast with the game! Muramasa on the Vita is tight too!
This is directly from one of the many reviews i keep reading about. It’s not the four players on screen or the massive deluge of attacks and numbers that can overwhelm the game, but rather the overuse in spellcasting. One wizard or sorceress can usually make it through just fine, but when you run a full party of them through a dungeon, things can get pretty dicey once those full-screen blizzards come around. Not once did the game lock up or freeze during these heavy magic sessions, but the framerates did occasionally dip down pretty low. This is an issue that seemed to pop up more during the PSVita version of Dragon’s Crown than on the PS3.
Ahhh, okay. And finding people with a game on the Vita isn't as hard as you make it out to be. In every game I've gotten on the Vita I've been able to find players. In fact, most of my friends on PSN play the Vita like 90% of the time. The party chat is great, and we like chatting with each other.
Nice to see the underdogs competing with the big boys. On pace to be a cult hit, going off of Atlus' sales tweets and reviews like this.
both tales of xillia & dragons crown will be bought the same day for me.. Tuesday cant come fast enough
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