Summary: Dragon's Crown is an interesting mix. The graphics on Vita look pretty and vibrant, and the art style helps here, everything has a vaguely painted look to it. That said, some people will be put off by some of the character art, specifically female depictions. It is a simple brawler-style RPG that is a bit of a throwback to older style games. Despite having a leveling mechanic, heavy RPG fans may be put off due to the lack of control over stats and leveling.
Summary: I've never had much love for the side scrolling action games of the past, but Dragon's Crown really won me over. The game is visually stunning, if a little over the top sexist here and there. The combat is much smoother than I thought it would be, and I didn't find myself getting cheap shotted like games of previous generations often did.
Summary: Pretty much got a Vita just for this game since the PS3 is soon to be obsolete and it was definitely worth it. The graphics as a whole are beautiful and stunning and make one of the most attractive and visually unique games I've played in a long time. The voices and soundtrack are great, with the option of either English or Japanese voices if one or the other don't appeal to you for either character.
Summary: Now That I Have Had The Game I Have To Say It was Fun For A Bit But I Found The Flaws And Here they Are The Game Is Way Short Only 7 Stages Long !! And To Try And Make The Game Longer They Make You Go Through Them Again After You Have Beat All 7 And Collect Items That Can Only be Gotten On The Harder Dungeon Settings Just So You Can Fight The Last Boss And i Still don't like the art in this game and some of the classes you can play just don't feel as good as they should...