Here’s Another Thirteen Minutes of Dragon’s Crown’s Gameplay Footage

on July 24, 2013 4:29 AM

Vanillaware’s Dragon’s Crown is going to be released in a few hours in Japan, but a few local gamers already have the title in their hands, and gameplay videos are starting to surface (like the one we posted earlier).

Another one just appeared showing a whopping thirteen minutes of gameplay and spanning a whole dungeon run with an elf controlled by the player and another elf, a dwarf and a sorcerer as AI-controlled followers.

You can in fact find bones in dungeons and resurrect them at the temple to form a team of NPC characters to help you during your adventurers even if you’re playing by yourself. They’ll wait for you at the tavern and you can bring along up to three of them at the same time.

You can check the video out below. It looks quite lovely, doesn’t it?

 /  Executive News Editor
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