In the latest Famitsu, Capcom’s Hideaki Itsuno the man behind Dragon’s Dogma proudly stated that he really wants to make a sequel to Dragon’s Dogma. The current DD’s world is just two-thirds of the idea he had in mind, and there are plenty of things he’d still like to do with the series. Sounds good to us, Dragon’s Dogma has been a surprise hit for Capcom and more open-world action-RPGs are always welcome.
Good news for those enjoying the bloody good Dragon’s Dogma. Capcom has announced the title has shipped 1 million copies and plans for the new IP to become a big new franchise for the developer. I say bring it on! Dragon’s Dogma has some rather questionable design decisions that rear their head every now and again but it’s easy to forget thanks to its moments of sheer genius implementation of combat and enemy encounters. It’s a solid base for a hell of a sequel… hopefully on next-gen consoles.
I’ll be streaming Dragon’s Dogma tomorrow night at around 7:00PM EST over on Twitch.tv. If you’re still on the fence about the action RPG, it’s a great way to see it in action and also see me wander carelessly into a group of enemies that that will surely pound my ass. Be there!
Our friends at Capcom are celebrating the launch of their new action RPG Dragon’s Dogma, which releases tomorrow on both PS3 and Xbox 360. They’ve been kind enough to give us some awesome DLC to give away to 25 would be dragon slayers. Winning is pretty easy. Just fill out the form below, your email is mandatory as we need a way to contact you to give you your prize (duh!). Although we’d love it if you followed us and our friends at Capcom on Facebook, Twitter, ect. Don’t forget to reblog this post as well!
Good Morning ladies and gents and happy Sunday. I hope you’re weekend so far has been full of nothing more than just lounging or doing something fun. Just a quick heads up on some of the things coming to GND this coming week. With the release of Dragon’s Dogma this coming Tuesday you can expect a series of new Gameplay Cinema vids focusing on some of the crazy monsters and random moments that can occur in an open-world fantasy game. I also want to welcome a new blogger to the site a certain Mr.Blaine Atkinson. The guy can write his ascot off and is always one to delight, intrigue and also fling crazy monkey shit at his ramblings about the gaming industry.