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: Reminds me of a game „Legend“on SNES, but much more complex. Interesting (kinky) characters. Must have if you are fan of this genre. I give 4 stars because this type of game is not my favorite genre.
Summary: I just got this game and I am barely into it yet but I can already tell there's a lot of content coming and for that I am thankful. A gorgeous, multiplayer, real time RPG? Exactly what my Vita needed. The mechanics are tight and responsive, the visuals are clean and beautiful and the many classes and items, and character slots to accomodate, are sure to make this one of my most played. Super happy I bought this.
Summary: First and foremost, if you want a game with a good story, this is NOT it. The story exists for context only and is mildly entertaining. The rest of the game is a somewhat refined golden axe style beat 'em up, you have 6 characters to select from with different abilities and stats providing a good balance between beginner friendly and genre specialists.
Summary: Dragon’s Crown, developed by Vanilllaware and published by Atlus, is a third person side scrolling action game, with RPG elements. In it, you choose from six different classes (Amazon, Dwarf, Elf, Fighter, Sorceress, or Wizard ) and embark on a quest to stop a plot to take over the kingdom and find the legendary Dragon’s Crown.
Summary: Fantastic game for the Vita. Plays great, lot's to do and looks wonderful. It can get a little repetetive, but if your looking for a loot-game with that old school feeling, you can't go wrong with Dragon's Crown.
Summary: A well crafted game that runs great on vita. Controls are decent, art styles great and there's lots to do. My only gripe playing as a mage is that the side scrolling style makes it a bit hard to aim to begin with, but thats less of a problem with practice.