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Dogged to the End | Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen Review
New Gamer Nation
9 May 2013
Conclusion: Dark Arisen is a brilliant game for serious gamers, but it is no barrel of laughs if you’re just looking for a casual game to pick up and play. You will die, a lot. You will have to restart the game more times than you will care to remember and you will be eaten alive at least once every few hours.
Excerpt: It’s nearly been a year since Dragon’s Dogma was released; a fun, action filled RPG with a strong combat system yet lacking technical polish. Now we have Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen , an ‘enhanced’ version of the original which promises brand new content for fans looking for more adventures with...
Dragon’s Dogma is an ambitious open-world action fest (review)
28 May 2012
Excerpt: Heroes crave freedom. Send a willing warrior into a trackless landscape ripe with challenge, and he or she handles the rest with ambitious enthusiasm. Open-world epics such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 3 empower gamers to carve individually unique experiences within a role-playing...
Pros: A world unleashed Sure, fully explorable environments come stock for this genre, but Dogma nails the upjumped scale right from the start. It’s as if The Lion King’s Mufasa draped a fatherly paw across my shoulders and solemnly said, “Look, my somehow human son. Everything the light touches is acc...
Cons: Limited camera controls Gransys possesses a mixture of natural and deadly beauty. Items and sacks of gold litter the ground as if a medieval pinata exploded somewhere. That cyclops wants to cave in my face with a fist the size of a house. All three elements necessitates a higher degree of camera ...
Summary: Am 25. Mai 2012 veröffentlichte Capcom ein kleines Fantasy-Wunderwerk: Dragon's Dogma! Das Spiel, welches sich in einem Mittelalter-Setting ansiedelte, eroberte trotz vieler kleiner Fehler und matschiger Grafik die Herzen der Spielegemeinschaft.