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Old 07-30-2013, 02:09 PM   #1
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well I thought some one else would have made a thread about this already a while ago it seems not to have happened.

What’s The Difference Between Dragon’s Crown’s Fighter, Amazon And Dwarf?. July 26, 2013 . 3:30pm

Wondering what the differences are between Dragon’s Crown’s Fighter, Amazon and Dwarf?




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Atlus’ upcoming 2D fantasy action game, Dragon’s Crown, will feature six different characters, all with unique play styles. However, you may wonder the difference is between some of them, such as Fighter and Dwarf, or Wizard and Sorceress. Dengeki recently took the time to play about 10 hours of each character and summarized their notable features, along with their in-game stats.

* STR = Strength, CON = Physique, INT = Intelligence, MGR = Magic Resistance, DEX = Technique, LUC = Luck

Fighter
Recommended for beginners.
STR: S CON: A INT: D MGR: C DEX: B LUC: B

The Fighter is a balanced character with plenty of physical abilities to go with defense that can guard most attacks. He specializes in power and is an easy-to-use orthodox character. While he is recommended for beginners due to his simple actions, he has skills that can be used to protect his teammates, so he has plenty to offer players who prefer to play a tanking role.

In addition to being able to defend allies using his shield, he’ll also have other useful abilities such as “Attract,” which allows him to momentarily keep the enemy’s attention, and “Sacrifice,” a cover skill that allows him to take damage on behalf of his friends.

After playing as the Fighter, Dengeki felt a sense of freedom, as he can freely move around, hit with powerful attacks and defend himself from enemies; however, he lacks in long-ranged attacks, so most of his action will be face-to-face with his foes.

Amazon
Recommended for intermediate players.
STR: A CON: B INT: C MGR: C DEX: B LUC: A


According to Dengeki, the Amazon is a “Berserk” style character with continuous attacks. She boasts high power and the reach to go with it. By pulling off consecutive hits, you can activate a Berserk Mode of up to three stages that further increases her speed. Once it reaches its peak, her combo attacks will be much quicker; however, if you don’t keep attacking, she will revert back to normal.


In addition to having class skills that enhance the Amazon’s Berserk ability and support allies, she’ll also have the “War Paint” skill, which momentarily allows her to pull off multiple attacks, and the “Immortal” skill that boosts for a short while in exchange for some HP.


During their playthrough as the Amazon, Dengeki felt a sense of ease for doing aerial attacks. She also has the ability to to change direction from left and right for some attacks, making her a great character for crowd control. She is more of an offense-minded character, and lacks a little in the defense department, so you might need to play a hit-and-run style from time to time.

Dwarf
Recommended for intermediate players.
STR: S CON: S INT: E MGR: D DEX: C LUC: B

The Dwarf is a specialist when it comes to close-ranged combat, boasting excellent power in addition to an ability called “Pump Up” that allows him to increase his defense simply by holding down the square button. The fun part about playing as the Dwarf is being able to attack enemies without having to concern yourself much with their attacks.

His class skills come in many varieties, with effects such as increasing his attack and throwing moves, defense boost, ability to use bombs, and being able to add a fire-attribute to his attacks. He’s a versatile combatant with many skills that allows for various play styles.


His most powerful attacks are his grab moves. He can grab enemies that are on land or in the air, and can follow up by smashing them into other foes or exploding bombs on the ground upon impact, which can also be followed by further combos.

The only downside to the Dwarf’s powerful grab moves, is that it requires having to approach enemies, which isn’t always an easy task. A good tactic which most Dwarf players will be using is by starting out with “Pump Up” to increase defense, then grabbing enemies while taking less damage. This will often be followed by throwing them into a mob of enemies. According to Dengeki, the Dwarf was one of the most fun and offensive characters in the game.

Dragon’s Crown will be available on August 6th in North America from Atlus. NIS America will publish the game in Europe.


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Dragon’s Crown’s Wizard And Sorceress Play Very Differently. July 28, 2013 . 2:00pm

Details of the Elf, Wizard and Soceress characters in Dragon’s Crown.


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Dengeki magazine in Japan recently took the time to play about ten hours of Dragon’s Crown in Japan, and compiled a short set of notes with their thoughts on each of the game’s playable characters. On Friday, we covered their take on the Fighter, Amazon and Dwarf. Today, you can read about the Elf, Wizard and Sorceress.

Elf
Recommended for advanced players.
STR: B CON: C INT: B MGR: C DEX: A LUC: A

The Elf is considered a jack of all trades, as she excels at long-ranged combat with her bow, can dish out close-ranged melee combos, and can even perform some magic attacks. Her mobility is also very high and she can pull off many consecutive attacks; however, her power is considered a bit more on the lower side to balance it out.


A combination of the left analog stick and the circle button is used to aim her shots between ground and air. By holding down the circle button, you’ll be able to pull off a much stronger “Charge Shot” ability. As previously reported, her arrows are limited so you won’t be able to freely shoot as you will.


Most of her class skills consist of enhancements for her bow attacks, such as adding special effects like fire and poison attributes to arrows and multiple shots. Additionally, you can activate her “Dagger Option” skill that allows her to use daggers, along with their critical “Backstab” ability. Again, she can also use magic if you activate her “Elemental Roar” ability.


While she may be a little tough to use, Dengeki recommends the Elf for players who prefer plenty of action, which goes well with her speedy movements and long sliding maneuvers. Her bow attacks do the most damage of all her abilities, but you’ll have to use them sparingly due to their limitations, by using other styles to back it up.

Wizard
Recommended for advanced players.
STR: D CON: C INT: S MGR: A DEX: B LUC: D


The Wizard’s magic attacks are used by pressing the circle button. They use up MP, which depletes with every spell, but you’ll be able to recharge it by holding down the square button. You’ll also be able to do weaker attacks using the staff by pressing the square button against enemies, although this isn’t recommended. By holding down the circle button for magic, you’ll be able to do a much more powerful spell that uses up a higher amount of MP.

Skills such as “Create Golem” that spawns a golem out of a wooden box, and “Slow” that slows down enemy movements, will be making the Wizard a useful party member to have in the mix. His class skills mainly consist of abilities that enhance his MP charge and skills that grant access to various elemental spells.


According to Dengeki, Wizard players will most likely have to choose between enhancing the use of basic spells or balancing it out after learning various types to have a wide range of spells in your repertoire. They also mention how easy it is to use his spells, in addition to the useful teleportation ability, which came in very handy during boss fights.

Sorceress
Recommended for advanced players.
STR: E CON: D INT: A MGR: S DEX: B LUC: A

The Sorceress plays very similar to the Wizard, as they’re both characters based on magic. They have different stats, but their magic attack system and attacking methods are basically the same as one another. Their fighting style is also fairly close, so it’ll boil down to the player’s preference.


The biggest difference between the two mages is found in their set of class skills. While the Wizard focuses more on offensive spells, the Sorceress has support spells. Her “Protection” spell adds a protective layer of magic around allies, and she can also use “Curse,” which turns enemies into frogs.


The Sorceress has plenty of offensive spells; however, they’re not as powerful as the Wizard’s for the most part. In return, she makes up for it by having additional effects to her spells such as freezing and stun. She’ll also have support spells that can be used to recover the HP of party members, making her a valuable character to have in any party.


According to Dengeki, the most notable difference between Wizard and Sorceress was their evasive maneuvers. The Wizard has the ability to teleport, but the Sorceress’ “Levitation” ability allows her to gain distance from enemies while dodging attacks, and floating away at full speed. She can even attack from mid-air during levitation, giving her an edge in mobility over the Wizard.

Dragon’s Crown comes out for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita on July 25 in Japan. Atlus USA will release the game in North America shortly after, on August 6. Meanwhile, NIS America will be publishing the game in Europe, but haven’t announced a date yet.

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Old 07-30-2013, 02:12 PM   #3
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Old 07-31-2013, 02:24 PM   #4
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first review of this ip that was inspired by the DOD mist of mystara arcade Games


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    The classic arcade brawler finds a modern home on Sony platforms thanks to gorgeous visuals, fast combat, and enjoyable RPG leveling.
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here's another Review


Dragon's Crown

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This head-turning beat 'em up offers ample adventure, but is it well-rounded enough for your collection? Find out in the GT Review of Dragon's Crown!

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Dragon's Crown ships 300K across first week in Japan

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Dragon's Crown scaled to heights of 300,000 shipments in its first week at retail, a welcome boost for publisher Atlus amid the financial struggles of its parent company.

Those figures are restricted to Japanese shipments (including download purchases), and could rise dramatically after Tuesday, August 6, when the PS3 and Vita brawler will be available in North America. At the very least the game proved more than popular with our Danny, who deemed Dragon's Crown to be developer Vanillaware's best effort yet.

"While it scales back the complexity that defined Princess Crown and Odin Sphere," said Danny in his four-and-half-stars review, "its focus on deep, varied fighting mechanics make it one of the best beat-em-ups released for any platform in recent years."

As for Atlus, it'll wait to see how the situation with parent company Index shakes out. Index is expected to sell its subsidiary options after effectively filing for bankruptcy protection. Atlus has reassured fans that its games, including Dragon's Crown, are "shipping on time."




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Old 08-02-2013, 04:46 PM   #6
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click the banner below to tune in and join us in the chat!


and if there a recorded version it'll be put after words.



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Yeah, I was thinking about doing a thread some time ago just never happened. I've ben looking on Twitch at some of the live streams to see the game in motion....Man, the stills DO NOT do this game justice. Also, every time I look on the stream, no one is using the male characters. This game is like a hyper Chronicles of Mystaria.

Every since I first layed eyes on it back in 2011 I knew this would be the game to get a PS3 for.

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Also, every time I look on the stream, no one is using the male characters.
Can't imagine why not...

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Yeah, I was thinking about doing a thread some time ago just never happened. I've ben looking on Twitch at some of the live streams to see the game in motion....Man, the stills DO NOT do this game justice. Also, every time I look on the stream, no one is using the male characters. This game is like a hyper Chronicles of Mystaria.

Every since I first layed eyes on it back in 2011 I knew this would be the game to get a PS3 for.
well it was done here.

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I would just end this in a chuckle but soapy has it right on why . oh I know alot of people will love next year's E3 . and this look is more likely to be seen and allowed there then the Amazon. Cause they won't be thrown out of E3 for how they look cause of someone finding a reason to be uncomfortable. oh well. but that's another issue.


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An accurate cosplay of an Amazon would be something to see.. I've seen a Fighter used twice so far and a Dwarf once. Still have yet to see a Wizard.

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This Week In Sales: Dragon’s Crown Still Going Strong. August 14, 2013 . 12:30pm

Dragon’s Crown appears to have received a new shipment after the PlayStation 3 version of the game sold out at launch.


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Dragon’s Crown Comes To Europe On October 11. August 14, 2013 . 7:06pm

Just like the release in Japan and North America, an art book will be included as a pre-order bonus at select retailers.



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Dragonís Crown Patch Adds New Features And Tweaks. August 23, 2013 . 1:00pm



Atlus have released a patch that adds features, fixes bugs and makes minor tweaks to Dragonís Crown


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Atlus have released a patch that adds features, fixes bugs and makes minor tweaks to Dragonís Crown in North America. The patch is available now for both the PS3 and Vita versions of the game. Hereís the list of patch notes: [Bug Fixes] Stabilized network connectivity during online gameplay.



[New Features]
Hidden items can now be uncovered by simply moving the finger cursor over their location. The item hotkeys can now also be accessed by holding the L1 Button (PS3)/L Button (PSVita). Dagger and Bomb items can now be thrown diagonally by pressing Up on the Left Stick + Triangle button. An option to fix all items at once in your bags has been added to Morganís item shop. In the Options Menu, you can now select the area you wish to be matched in for online play.

[Feature modifications]

Arrow drops will increase according to how many Elf characters are in the party. The visibility of inventory Runes while the player is near the bottom of the screen has been improved. Other tuning and minor improvements to various gameplay elements were made.



Following Atlusí U.S. release, NIS America will release Dragonís Crown in Europe on October 11th.



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Dragon’s Crown Patch Adds Abilities To Wizard And Amazon. September 18, 2013 . 4:00pm

Dragon’s Crown, the 2D multiplayer brawler from Vanillaware and Atlus, has received another update patch in North America.



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Dragon’s Crown, the 2D multiplayer brawler from Vanillaware and Atlus, has received another update patch in North America. Here’s a list of changes the patch implements within the game:

[Bug Fixes]
  • Improved gameplay stability

[New Features]
  • Added an option to join random online games in the Labyrinth of Chaos to the Network Menu.
  • To enhance player character visibility, a triangular cursor has been added to the bottom of the screen.
  • Wizard: Charging MP when the MP is already at maximum will cause magic power to increase.

[Feature Modifications]
  • (PS3 version only) When playing offline multiplayer games, the story progression will now be saved for all characters.
  • If a network communication error occurs in online play, the game will now continue in the same stage rather than kicking the player back to town.
  • Amazon: A successful Parry raises Berserk level by 1.
  • Amazon: The Necksplitter attack can now be cancelled.
  • Various Skill effects of all character classes have been adjusted.
  • Other tuning and minor improvements to various gameplay elements were made.

Dragon’s Crown is headed to Europe next. NIS America will publish the game in Europe on October 11th.

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Dragon’s Crown Update Patch In Japan Tweaks Fighter And Amazon. September 26, 2013 . 12:31pm

Dragon’s Crown continues to receive regular updates in Japan, with the latest tweak addressing network stability again and tweaking the Fighter and Amazon’s classes further.




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Dragon’s Crown continues to receive regular updates in Japan, with the latest tweak addressing network stability again and tweaking the Fighter and Amazon’s classes further. Check below for the patch notes.

[Bug Fixes]
  • Improved Network stability

[New Features]
  • The triangle cursor can now be set to “Do not show/Show all/Show”
  • Damage meters can now be set to “Show mine/Show all”

[Features Modifications]
  • Fighter and Amazon’s Guard Time Equipment durability has gone up
  • The Amazon’s Berserker State effectiveness has been tweaked
  • Other various system and operability tweaks

Keep in mind this is the third major Japanese update to the game. The NA version was updated with the second set of updates earlier.

Dragon’s Crown will be published in Europe October 11th, with the US version out now.

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Dragon’s Crown Update Patch Makes Amazon And Fighter Equipment Stronger. October 3, 2013 . 5:42pm

Dragon’s Crown’s third update patch is now available in North America, and it brings further bug fixes and tweaks to the game.





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Dragon’s Crown’s third update patch is now available in North America, and it brings further bug fixes and tweaks to the game. Here are the changes you can look forward to:

[Bug Fixes]
  • Online network connection stability has been improved.
[New Features]
  • An option to hide the triangular character marker has been added. In the Game Options 2 menu, you can choose to have it displayed for selected characters/all characters/no characters.
  • An option to display damage values only for controlled characters has been added.
[Feature Modifications]
  • Amazon/Fighter: Equipment durability takes less damage when guarding.
  • Amazon: Balance adjustments have been made to the Berserk effect.
  • Other tuning and minor improvements to various gameplay elements have made.

Dragon’s Crown is headed to Europe soon as well. NIS America will release the game in Europe on October 11th.
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  • Dragon's Crown Cross-Play Is Now Live

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    Atlus's Dragon's Crown promises cross-play functionality has been implemented in a new patch. Now, Vita and PS3 owners can play the co-op action/RPG together.
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Fifth Dragon’s Crown Update Now Available In North America, Too. December 20, 2013 . 10:45am

The fifth Dragon’s Crown update patch, which was released in Japan yesterday, is now available North America, too.





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The fifth Dragon’s Crown update patch, which was released in Japan yesterday, is coming to now available North America, too. See below for the full set of patch notes:

[Bug Fixes]
  • Gameplay stability is improved.

[New Features]
  • Clearing the ninth layer in the Labyrinth of Chaos unlocks a new “Ultimate” difficulty level. This difficulty can be selected at the Temple.
  • When in Ultimate difficulty, a new randomly generated dungeon named the “Tower of Mirages” is added.
  • Ultimate difficulty raises the level cap from LV 99 to LV 255.
  • Item shortcuts can now be assigned and used separately by holding L1 and the Up directional button.
  • Damage values can now be displayed as a running total instead of per-hit.
  • To help increase player character visibility, characters can be shown with transparencies when they are on top of one another. This feature is available in the Options menu and can be toggled on or off.
  • Save files that have cleared Story mode can skip the first quests leading to the Talisman collection when creating a new character.
  • Guild Quests that have already been cleared may now be skipped in subsequent playthroughs.

[Feature Modifications]
  • Character class skills have received a number of adjustments.
  • NPC behavior has been adjusted.
  • Rules and effects regarding equipment, items, and skills in the Colosseum have been adjusted.
  • Other tuning and minor improvements to various gameplay elements have been made.

Atlus say this is the final update that will be made to Dragon’s Crown.




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it's supposedly on the Wii U too. No wait that' dungeon and Dragon's Mysterial chronicles which inspired this so...Sofar it's pretty fun.


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