Brandish your blade, dust off your grimoire, and rally your online adventuring party. Dragon’s Crown thrusts you into a fantastical medieval world packed with labyrinthine dungeons to explore, vile monstrosities to smite, and nearly endless online adventure. Your mission is to dive into the dank underworld, uncovering treasure and strengthening your mettle as you unlock the secret behind the ancient dragon threatening the world.
After getting flak for its over-the top character design, and therefore making headlines around numerous video game websites, I think it's safe to say that a majority of gamers know of Dragon's Crown. And even those that don't recognize the game by its title, just calling it "the game featuring the large-breasted witch" usually sparks their memory. But after spending the past week and a half with it, I can safely say it's much more than that. Dragon's Crown marks a high point in side-scrolling beat 'em ups, with enough depth and gameplay variety to justify some of its shortcomings. Dragon's Crown can best be described as higher-budget retail version of the recently re-released arcade game, Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara. There... Read Review