Capcom shouldn’t get too comfortable with what works. There’s plenty that the game gets wrong or at least only half-right. Here are ten things they could change or improve for the inevitable sequel.
Combat: No lock on, it works fine without it. And they don't need to slow it down. You can use tactics, you just have to be fast enough to do so. PC: While I would not mind it, don't count on it. DMC4 bombed on PC, and Dogma has the same producer / director. So I doubt they care to try it again. EDIT: Modding Dogma on the PC would not be so easy, because Capcom would not launch the editor tools to the public. They never have in the past, and I doubt they would start now. One thing I would like to see is Co-Op. As just an option. maybe 2 player. you and another player + both Pawns. And for those who want the game offline, the Pawn system would remain the same mostly.
I could have sworn this game had lock on. It isn't activated by a person actually clicking a button, but your character will lock on the to closest enemy (well, if you are a melee character). Which is actually how I would prefer it, have the game be smart about it, but lock onto enemies for me, more "realistic" than having to press a button and a cross red circle showing up or something
I just want them to fix the camera while climbing. That thing's atrocious, especially on the Ur Dragon. Other than that, just slap in some co-op for Monster Hunter Mayhem and I'm golden.
I was thinking the samething yesterday, I was trying to climb the Ur-Dragons back and find a certain spot but the camera angle was just horrible. I couldn't see what I was doing unless I inched a little. What's Needed: 1. Better story 2. Better camera 3. Multi-saves 4. Bigger more vast environments 5. Real Expansion packs/DLC 6. More monsters 7. Mounts 8. Bigger monsters 9. Difficulty allotment for NG+ 10. New vocations/more diverse
If they make it a good game, that'd be a start.
I was only dissapointed that the game is named "Dragon" Dogma..but there is only 2 types of dragon in it thats still 2x more than Dragon Age
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