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Atlus reveals more character options for Dragon's Crown

2:45 PM on 07.03.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Names, outfits, and voices are customizable

As we already knew, Dragon's Crown will feature different character palettes for each class, but Atlus has just revealed that names, outfits, and English/Japanese dual audio customization are confirmed for the US version of the game. Essentially, given the number of naming options, colors, and voices, it's likely that no Dragon's Crown party will be the same.

You'll be able to switch your movement input from the analog to the d-pad, if you prefer one control method over the other (although controls are confirmed to be locked otherwise, sadly). Atlus also sent over some more screenshots of the game, should you care to partake.

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