Post by Eorl @ 10:36am 19/06/13 | 0 Comments
Capcom Unity forums, Capcom USA senior vice president Christian Svensson has revealed (thanks VG247) that their Panta Rhei demo Deep Down, showcased earlier this year at the PlayStation 4 event in February, has "nothing to do with Dragon's Dogma."
After several theories suggesting that the tech demo was somehow linked to the Dragon's Dogma franchise, Svensson ensured that both Deep Down and Dead Rising 3 have nothing to do with Dragon's Dogma. Svensson also added that "no new DD product has been announced so there's nothing I can comment on there."
Since its reveal earlier this year, no new information has been given as to what exactly Deep Down is based on, or whether it is a possible sequel to any of their titles. If you missed out on the tech demo you can check it out below for a glimpse at what Capcom may just be bringing to the next-gen platforms.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:54pm 25/06/12 | 2 Comments
"The game has become very successful by combining spectacular action with the characteristics of a social game, in which players can borrow and loan pawns with friends through online interaction," read the statement. "Dragon's Dogma set a new record in Japan for sales volume of an entirely new brand in its first week for releases during the past decade. Worldwide shipments have surpassed one million.
"As a result, Dragon's Dogma has become Capcom's 55th title to top the one million level," Capcom continued. "Demonstrating once again that Capcom ranks among the world's leading game producers in terms of technical and development skills."
We reviewed Dragon's Dogma here on AusGamers, which scored a respectable 8.5 out of 10. Reviewer Dylan Burns wrote: "Recondite and uncompromising, Dragon’s Dogma is an open love letter to Dark Souls, Monster Hunter, The Elder Scrolls and Shadow of the Colossus".
We definitely look forward to more from the series in the future.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:46pm 29/05/12 | 11 Comments
However, there are other, smaller names out there attempting to throw their own dragon weight into the popular fantasy action-RPG genre, and Capcom's foray, in the form of Dragon's Dogma, is no light weight, adding its own flair, homages and challenges for the truly fantasy elite. AusGamers newcomer, Dylan "Gameboffin" Burns, took the game for the review spin for us this week and walked away with a bit of a limp, but a smile on his dial nonetheless.
Click here for his full, in-depth review.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 09:45am 17/04/12 | 1 Comments
Dragon's Dogma, is slowly making the media rounds as we head ever-closer to its May 24 release date, and today it's been revealed we'll be seeing a demo hit both the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade on April 25th.
With your party of three Pawns, the demo allows you to experience the different styles of two of the game’s character classes in two challenging encounters.The demo will also feature the full character creation toolset, and you'll be able to import any character you create in the demo across to the full retail release.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:07am 02/02/12 | 0 Comments
Dragon's Dogma, on Xbox 360 over PS3 when it releases this May.
Capcom has revealed that anyone picking the game up on Microsoft's platform will gain exclusive access to a Resident Evil 6 demo a full 60 days earlier than when the same demo will be available on the PS3 (September 5) via a redeemable token packaged in with the retail copy of the game. Dragon's Dogma then will be released across both the PS3 and Xbox 360 May 24 (AU) and features a massive open-world built from the MT Framework tech that powered the likes of Lost Planet 2 and Marvel Vs Capcom 3.
An exciting new franchise which redefines the action genre, Dragon’s Dogma is from the team that produced some of Capcom’s greatest action games. Set in a huge open world, Dragon’s Dogma offers an exhilarating and fulfilling action combat game with the freedom to explore and interact in a rich, living and breathing world.Like so much else this early in the year, we're getting a look at the game concurrently, so stay tuned for our own spin on how Capcom's foray into open-world action-RPG development fares (hint: pretty good, actually).
Post by Dan @ 01:54pm 13/04/11 | 1 Comments
Set in a huge open world, Dragon’s Dogma offers an exhilarating and fulfilling action combat game with the freedom to explore and interact in a rich, living and breathing world. Alongside your party of three, you set out to track down and destroy a mysterious dragon.The game appears to be basically about hunting and killing giant dragons, griffins and the like, but there's no doubt a lot more to it than that.
Check out the debut trailer below (or click here for HD) and hit up our new Dragon's Dogma game page for the fact-sheet features, as well as some screenshots and concept artwork.