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Rock out with the Dwarf in this Dragon's Crown trailer

7:00 AM on 04.19.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

This dude is like Blanka mixed with Thor

Atlus is rolling out the character vignettes for Dragon's Crown, giving us a closer look at how each hero will handle themselves as they fight through the depths of the darkest dungeons. First we got the Sorceress, and now, we have a new trailer for the Dwarf.

Based on the footage, it's clear that the Dwarf is capable of doing damage at all times, even when he's jumping or dodging, as he has a patented roll jump attack. Surprisingly, the Dwarf looks like he excels at vertical combat, as he's shown in the air multiple times, attacking enemies with a variety of aerial maneuvers.

Previously, I had zero interest in the Dwarf, but I have to rethink that after watching him in action. Dragon's Crown is really turning out to be quite a surprise, as everyone has a bit of depth to them. In case you missed it, footage of the Fighter (who looks to be the most traditional character to so far) can be found below. Right now, we still need videos for the Amazon, Elf, and Wizard.

Oh, I totally have dibs on the Wizard, by the way.

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