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Post by Dan @ 01:54pm 13/04/11 | 1 Comments
Fresh out of their annual Captivate event in Miami, Capcom have announced Dragon's Dogma, an all new action-game IP in the works by the guys that brought us Resident Evil 4 and Devil May Cry 4.
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.

Your teammates fight independently of you, demonstrating prowess and ability they have developed based on traits learned over time from you and your actions. Dragon’s Dogma offers a near endless opportunity to help develop partner characters to fight alongside you. With an epic story and incredible action, Dragon’s Dogma is set to be one of Capcom’s newest hit franchises.
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.

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Posted 03:20pm 13/4/11
Looks like monster hunter x demons souls, here's hoping for something good. Also that guitar's sweeping solo comes out of nowhere at 1:10.
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