Santa Ana, Calif. (October 11, 2013) – NIS America is proud to announce that Dragon’s Crown™ is now available across Europe for both the PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®Vita consoles*. The PlayStation® Network versions of the game will be available next week on October 16. Developed by Vanillaware and directed by George Kamitani, Dragon’s Crown is a 2D multiplayer action beat ‘em up from the developers of Odin Sphere and GRiMgRiMoiRe. Dragon’s Crown features breathtaking visuals that bring the fantastic characters and monsters to life with fluid artistry. Players can engage in local or online co-op play for dozens of hours of intense dragon-slaying action.
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Unparalleled HD visual design: From the maker of Odin Sphere, Vanillaware painstakingly hand-paints every detail—creating a lush, vibrant storybook aesthetic where everything is animated in gorgeous full 1080p HD.
Play as 6 unique character classes: Choose from 6 fantastical characters—each possessing different abilities and strengths that will aid you as you traverse through the darkest of dungeons.
Up to 4 person multiplayer action: Play cooperatively to overcome your foes with up to 3 of your friends locally or via PlayStation®Network on the PS3 or PS Vita. Each time players adventure together, they can expect a different experience and hours of satisfying adventuring. Cross-platform play is not supported, but players can engage in local and online multiplayer.
Loot galore: Dungeons aren’t just about the fighting! Unseen treasures are hidden inside locked chests, and they can be appraised to determine their strength. See if you can find rare treasures!
Customize your journey: Earn Skill Points by completing quests or leveling up, and use them to enhance your character’s abilities with common and class-specific skills!
Dungeon variety: Monsters won’t be the only obstacles on your journey. Dungeons also contain traps and hidden rooms! Explore the dungeons and conquer them all!
*Due to a printing error, the initial run of PS Vita retail packaging indicates that the game is Cross-platform Play compatible with the PlayStation®3, which is incorrect. At launch, the game will only support cross-save functionality. However, in the upcoming months, Cross-platform play will become available across Europe via a game patch.