A new trailer has arrived to give more details for the Prologue version of 13 Sentinels. Sure, it’s in Japanese, but it also offers a new look at the game and its characters.
Atlus and Vanillaware have announced a positive step towards an eventual release for 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim. A Prologue version is coming soon to Japan, but players will need to pay to access it.
Given that so little has been shown of the game, it’s not really surprising that 13 Sentintels: Aegis Rim will not release this year. The delay also means that the game will not be coming to one of its planned platforms.
Three-dimensional visuals are used by most developers now. Vanillaware is an important exception to that trend, and its Dragon’s Crown, Odin Sphere and Muramasa demonstrate just how nice two-dimensional things can look.
Are you ready to traverse through dungeons and make friends with sentient boxes? If so, grab a friend and some ale because you’re in for hours of fun and questionable content.
A very busy week for releases equals lots of launch trailers. Atlus has a pair of titles available now along with new videos: Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux and Dragon’s Crown Pro.
RPGamer isn’t the only thing with a new look, Dragon’s Crown Pro is bringing some high-definition chops to the stage. Not only that, but there is redone music to experience as well.
Atlus has gathered all the playable characters for Dragon’s Crown Pro together in one place to remind people of their available options for the game. Pick a class, any class.
There may be a good chance that Atlus and Vanillaware may have announced a release date for a title that may be coming out soon. For those out there who may want to play an updated Dragon’s Crown there may now be a day to do so. Maybe.
Dragon’s Crown is best with friends and the upcoming remaster will soon be the most modern way to experience the game with them. A new trailer gives some examples of all the fun there is to be had.
There was a time when evil creatures walked the land and had to be indiscriminately slain by whatever adventurers could handle the job. Even though they’re invariably evil, these creatures look pretty impressive thanks to intricate Vanillaware sprites. Painful ouch infliction.
Dragon’s Crown doesn’t believe in physics or biology, but that doesn’t make it any less fun. Find out what to expect from Vanillaware’s brawler/RPG hybrid in RPGamer’s official review.