There's been no official word on whether Dragon's Crown Pro -- the PlayStation 4 remaster of fantastic dungeon brawler Dragon's Crown -- will make it West, but it's now looking very likely due to it being playable at next month's PlayStation Experience event.
PlayStation Experience 2017 will take place, as per usual, in Anaheim, California, and we doubt that Sony would bother including the game if it's a Japan exclusive. We can probably expect a Western release announcement soon, or perhaps it'll be confirmed during the show itself. Either way, it looks like it's heading overseas.
Dragon's Crown Pro is due out next year, on the 8th February in Japan. Would you be happy to see the remaster come West around a similar time? Pick your favourite adventurer in the comments section below.
[source blog.us.playstation.com, via pushsquare.com]
I always thought it was releasing in the west considering the original released over here.
Hopefully it will be priced at 40 instead of 60, but I love vanillaware, so I'll buy it anyway
I'll buy it.
Got it on Vita and PS3. Will be buying on PS4. Gameplay wise I think Odin Sphere was better. Both great though!
Vanillaware = Day One.
An OK game with great art direction. Probably not worth more than $20, though.
Let me guess you never played the game.
@Hapuc Well, not the PS4 remaster, obviously. I played the original release on the Vita.
It's a pretty game. All Vanillaware games are pretty. They also tend to be incredibly repetitive.
Most of japanese games for ps4 usually brought to western/asia country, of course dragon crown will be heading west.
Day one for me, I enjoyed my vita version but it's time for the game to shine on my 4k tv
Cant wait did not play it yet. Now waiting for the NISA CE edition. Ill take the normal one with just as much pleasure. 😀
Dunno about you but for me they are cool they ain't that repetitive.
@Hapuc My problem is that I feel like playing multiplayer is necessary to cut down on some of the tedious grind involved in fully completing the game. And, make no mistake, grinding is a part of the core design of the game, in the same way it's part of the core design of Odin Sphere and Disgaea. You either like that or you don't. In the case of Disgaea and Odin Sphere, I felt like the games had a lot of other things to offer to make a basic story playthrough feel like a complete experience. I didn't get that feeling with Dragon's Crown.
I'd only double dip if it came with another awesome artbook.
@Ralizah Well yeah i Liked it because it was multiplayer and i liked it because it wasn't turn based I hate that in a lot of games today.
But what i got from this game is a sense of epic adventure.
Dunno why but i always felt like that.
I never played it since I didn't own a PS3 last gen and I keep waiting for it to be cheaper on Vita, so I definitely will be getting this on PS4 if it comes west.
I wonder if they improved the physics in the PS4 version
@sonicmeerkat Vanillaware games usually have great (albeit short) artbook, I bought dragoncrown vita digitally and the artbook on ebay.
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