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.
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.
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...
Summary: I absolutely love this game and I think it works so well on the Playstation Vita. The best part is that you can play cooperatively with up to 4 people online. It's a mode you unlock after playing through the first part of the story.
Summary: I love Dragon's Crown, it's so fun. There is a lot do in Dragon's Crown like upgrading your person or going online and helping people with their quests. All the classes are unique and fun to play as.
Summary: I've been excited about this game for at least 2 years and finally has come out and the game play is awesome. It's not just your hack and slash game. You gotta think how and when you attack, heal, dodge, and help friends for co-op. the online gameplay is surprisingly smooth.
Summary: This game is amazing! Vanillaware always makes great games, and this one is no different. Visuals are amazing, and the depth and breadth of honing your skills, completing side-quests, and finishing the story is amazing.