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Capcom must be happy with the performance of Dragon's Dogma Online, as it's revealed several impressive figures. The massively multiplayer online role-playing game launched just a few weeks ago, and since then, it's already managed to rack up around 950,000 downloads.

On top of that, over 330,000 characters have been created, and, perhaps most impressively, the free-to-play title logged more than 100,000 concurrent players at one point. We're just slightly surprised that the servers managed to stay online.

The game's proving to be rather popular, then, which obviously has us thinking about how it would do in the West. Would you give it a shot? Do you think that there's still a chance of the release swooping over to Western shores? Never give up in the comments section below.

[source gamestalk.net, via gematsu.com]