Between July the 20th and July the 21st Atlus and the prominent Japanese figure manufacturer Kotobukiya held a Dragon’s Crown art exhibition titled “The Most Beautiful 2D Action RPG in History” at the Akihabara Kotobukiya Hall in Akihabara, Tokyo.
The exhibition showcased a series of character illustrations, treasure illustrations (that can be found and unlocked in treasure chests within the game), a pair of life size costumes featuring the sorceress and the wizard, the stunning prototype of a sorceress figure that will be released by Alphamax (inspired by the illustration above) and few other miscellaneous items.
Unfortunately the exhibition already closed, but luckily for us westerners a number of Japanese blogs reported about the event with plenty pictures, so we can catch an extensive glimpse on it.
You can enjoy the gallery below yourself, with pictures courtesy of AkibaBlog, HuteikiGame, Akihabara Broadcasting Station and Seaside Tears 2. Incidentally, I really, really want that sorceress figure…