Dragon’s Crown’s release in the US will be…

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… probably this summer. So actually, not too long after its Japanese release. There are a handful of classes that have been broken down by Atlus, ranging from sorceress, elf, wizard, fighter, dwarf and amazon.

Slated for both Sony systems, Vita owners can purchase it for $40 while PlayStation 3 owners can buy it for $50. This is a fantasy-themed beat-em-up adventure that looks to have some very nice graphics. Hopefully the gameplay can hold up, but if the different classes actually provide as much variety as promised, this should be entertaining.

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