10:00 AM on 09.19.2013
Hey, it could be good, right?
[Update: it appears as if it'll be launching for $19.99. Nice!]
Crimson Dragon hasn't been getting a lot of good buzz. After a tumultuous 360 development cycle, the now Xbox One launch title is nearly here, and this trailer shows off a few new areas and enemies. The good news is it seems like Kinect functionality is now an afterthought instead of the core experience, so I still have faith, and I really dig the art style.
If Crimson Dragon ends up being terrible, you'll hear about it. But for now, my Panzer Dragoon instincts are kicking in, and I want to try it!
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