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F2P Dragon's Dogma Quest coming to Vita December 19

1:45 PM on 11.19.2013

Steven Hansen

Features Editor

Already on iOS

Dragon's Dogma Quest was originally announced as a Vita game. Perhaps it isn't surprising that the free-to-play, 2D, online-only RPG ended up coming to iOS (in Japan) much sooner. Still, a Vita version is still in the works. According to Siliconera, it is coming December 19, though a Western release hasn't been announced.

Like Dragon's Dogma, Quest stars an unlucky son of a gun whose heart was stolen by a dragon. Let's call him "No Heart" Anthony. He proves that Dragonheart movie is a load and dragons won't give you their hearts, but would rather take yours.

The 2D art is actually rather nice, but given the free-to-play model, who knows if this will be any good. Hopefully this is a stopgap between a next gen sequel to the surprisingly beloved game. Or maybe it's the future, given that Deep Down is also free-to-play.

Dragon’s Dogma Quest Adventures To Vita On December 19 [Siliconera]


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