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Feel the power in new Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen trailer

6:30 PM on 03.13.2013

Raz Rauf

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Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is coming to our shores next month. Thus Capcom has decided to remind us of that fact by showing off this flashy trailer, illustrating the various powers and tricks a sorcerer can unleash in battle.

Details regarding this game's content include new missions, new enemies, and a new area. Furthermore, for veterans of the original, character exportation is available, allowing them to gain new skills, weapons and armor. For those who haven't played the original, don't worry. It's all still there in this game, ready for you to start your very own journey.

Though it got pretty favorable reviews all round, I don't think that anybody, not even Capcom, expected such a success with Dragon's Dogma. Now you can bet that Capcom is gonna milk the crap outta it.

So who's ready to throw all their money at this?

New Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen Trailer [Capcom Unity]



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