ggFTW Rules★ggFTW Events★comedy.mp4 My fingers trace lines of azures and scarlets, following the viridian milky ways above
To the poetry of fourteen billion years of light that mellows my heart into a melody
(I swear to god this computer hates me, it froze for a good while when I tried to see the video. I've still only gotten a glimt on how everyone is. I guess I missed the Amazon and I guess I should be happy about that.)
When I saw this thread I directly thought of Vanillaware.
I would love to play the game, if the characters were just a bit less over the top... If I'm going to play as any of the characters, I'm going to play as an Archer Elf and a Wizard.
Screw you ass boob ladies and Man-muscle men. ;w;
More tidbits about Dragonís Crown come from Famitsu. Players will be able to accept all kinds of quests from the guild. Complete these quests and you may get Treasure Arts. These are illustrations players can see of different characters.
Dragonís Crown has other treasure you can equip your characters with too. Items have six different rarity levels ranging from "S" to "E." There are all kinds of weapons you can use like a bowgun, bombs, and possibly throwing knives. Of course Dragonís Crown has the usual fantasy weapons like swords, axes, and bows like the one the elf is using too.
Dragonís Crown comes out on July 25 in Japan and August 6 in North America.
Whether youíre in the same room or online, Dragonís Crown is designed to be played with friends and everyone canít be a fighter with the same silver armor. Vanillaware created color variations you can choose from.
Look at all of the different elves!
Players can pick a name for their character, choose voices (which implies an option between Japanese and English voiceovers), select a greeting message, and a dying message.
When you level up you gain skill points and when you return from an adventure you can use these at the guild to purchase skills. There are class specific skills and common skills you can choose from.
Dragonís Crown starts in a town where there are different people to talk to. Some of them sell items so you can prepare before you go on a quest. When you leave town, Dragonís Crown has monsters to fight, loot to collect, and experience points to earn. Occasionally, youíll meet up with adventurers while trekking through dungeons. Even in single player mode, youíre never truly alone in Dragonís Crown a fairy follows you and shows you which way to go. A thief who can unlock treasure chests and doors is also part of the party.
Atlus USA has shared two character videos from Dragonís Crown, featuring the Elf and the Dwarf. Youíve likely seen some of this footage in Japanese trailers before. Watch the two videos below:
Dragonís Crown is slated for release in North America on August 6th. As previously detailed, Atlus will be releasing a limited edition of the game that you can avail through a pre-order. It will come with a 64-page art book.