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Dragon's Crown Pro: Battle Hardened Edition - PlayStation 4
103.62 SAR

Dragon's Crown Pro: Battle Hardened Edition - PlayStation 4

by  Atlus, Video Games -  89 ratings

103.62 SAR 

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  • With the fun local couch co-op and online multiplayer you remember, up to four players can experience countless hours battling together
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    BATTLE-HARDENED EDITION: Game, 7 Skill Cards, and Gorgeous Metal Case. Dragons Crown Pro PS4. Dragons Crown Pro, the remaster of 2013s acclaimed 2-D hack and slash game from Vanillaware and ATLUS is returning to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro! With updated visuals and presentation for the

    BATTLE-HARDENED EDITION: Game, 7 Skill Cards, and Gorgeous Metal Case. Dragons Crown Pro PS4. Dragons Crown Pro, the remaster of 2013s acclaimed 2-D hack and slash game from Vanillaware and ATLUS is returning to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro! With updated visuals and presentation for the current-gen, hunting for treasure in the Kingdom of Hydeland has never been more rewarding. The original Dragons Crown features groups of heroes that face dreadful challenges in the labyrinthine dungeons surrounding the medieval fantasy kingdom of Hydeland. As they explore deeper into the dungeons, non-player characters come in to play with quests and tasks to complete. Use six adventurers (Fighter, Dwarf, Amazon, Wizard, Elf, and Sorceress) and their unique abilities to unravel the story behind the ultimate treasure, the Dragons Crown.


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  • Fun, addictive, gorgeous... and just a little flawed
    By B606 on 22 May 2018

    Having never played the original ps3 release, the Pro version for PS4 is my first run with Dragon's Crown. At about level 10 with my characters so far in hours of game play I can safely say it's a quickly addictive and very fun fast-paced brawler/beat 'em up to get into.

    Positives: -Easy to learn controls that are responsive
    -Fluid combat where each character has a fun role to play
    -Impressive and beautifully drawn style along with fluid animation for all the characters and enemies
    -Loot system that encourages replaying and side quests that actually can feel rewarding and not just a grind
    -Easy couch co-op for up to 4 people where loot and items are shared in the same save file so that everyone works towards the same goals and can share the acquired gold and items/weapons
    -Good voice acting from the character classes along with the narrator
    -Lots of customization with skill leveling and items/weapons
    -Gameplay can feel repetitive in longer sessions, but with each character class feeling distinct to play encourages mixing it up
    -AI teammates can supplement your team and make the game fun even solo

    Flaws: -The menus and how you use shops/quests/etc are clunky in co-op, as it has to be done one at a time by each player, which can make time between dungeons drag out
    -The manual is digital and laid out in font so small on screen it's almost unreadable
    -Could use better in game instructions for how some systems work, like the quick item menu or how various stats affect you
    -Some levels feel too short and some quests are more grindy

    All being said, the flaws basically just annoy you a bit because the game otherwise pulls you in and has you wanting to play more. They don't harm the experience much, just stick out as some rough spots that should have been smoothed out for this remaster. The game is still rock solid though, it looks amazing and runs flawlessly on PS4 with no slow down and quick load times. Most importantly it's just fun and great to pick up for an hour or two at a time, even better if you've got a friend or more to play with.

    Of course nobody can talk about Dragon's Crown without mentioning the... exaggerated character designs. Whether they bother you or add to your fun is totally subjective, but I'll just say that I find it all feels fine in the framework of the over the top fantasy setting of the game, and if nothing else does a good job of making each character class look unique and stand our from the crowd.

    20 people found this review helpful

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  • The game looks like a painting come to life
    By Phil_-E-_Phil on 18 May 2018

    I never knew about this game, or that it was available for PS3, or I probably would have got it then. So while browsing through the Playstation store on my PS4, looking for a new RPG, or basically any game that would grant me loads of fun, I happened upon this gem of a game. The visuals are absolutely stunning and beautifully amazing. But, I was skeptical at a 2D side-scrolling beat-em up. I wanted a real RPG, and not a beat-em up with RPG elements. But I decided to do some research on this game and found a few video playthroughs of the PS3 version and it looked amazing. Finally I took the plunge and ordered it. I'm so glad I did. It reminds me of the Dungeons & Dragons arcade games that my brother and I used to spend loads of quarters playing back in the day, only the graphics of Dragon's Crown Pro are by far more stunning to look at. Everything seems to pop out of the screen. The only draw back to this game, for me, is that it can get repetitive and feel grindy real quick with gameplay. But I always get brought back to it and the characters I created. The game has me looking forward to the next quest and area to unlock, and hopes that I get better equipment and treasures for my characters. I also love that you can have the A.I. control your NPC companions if you don't have anyone to join you on your adventure. They help you out a lot during the battles. All in all it's a pretty good game, with decent game play, and breath taking visuals. It looks like you're playing through a painting of a story. I included an actual screen capture from PS4 gameplay. Hope it goes through.

    11 people found this review helpful

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  • Awesome game
    By C. on 19 May 2018

    I’m new to this game and have enjoyed it so far. After getting into hard mode some, I decided to leave a review.

    Dragons crown reminds me of an rpg mixed with golden axe, and final fight but with much deeper gameplay. You can choose to have a character with many button combos or not so many. This allows you to set your difficulty some along with normal, hard, and two other difficulties I believe.

    There are many quest to do, and range from hidden doors, chest, items, to fighting and collecting. You gain XP, collect gear, farm, and fight bosses like many rpg style games.

    The difficulty seems decent, you can always level a bit if you need to. Having NPCs around can make things a little more fun sometimes, but you need to solo sometimes for quest.

    The classes consist of elemental casters, ranged physical, tank melee, wrestler style combat, and you may have companion pets on the casters if you want, as a meat shield.

    The music is absolutely amazing, and reminds me of Valkyria Chronicles music. I think that the art style is appealing and rather vibrant.

    Bosses and enemies seem to have a wide variety and call for strategy at times. Having the right set of gear at the right time is important as well as awareness during gameplay.

    I might consider Dragons Crown to be a modern, mixed with old old-school, rpg style, beat em up. A deep combo system of bouncing enemies in the air and keeping yourself in the air can be complex and fun for some players. Along with evading death, you decide when it’s best to be offensive and time some abilities. You can build your character to suit your playstyle, or what your team needs.

    5 people found this review helpful

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  • For honor and Glory and jiggle physics.
    By Anime Lover on 21 May 2018

    The Kingdom need adventurers to protect it and to locate the ancient Dragon's Crown. Do you choose to be the tanky Fighter, the tomboyish Elf, the suave Wizard, the exotic Amazon, or the seductive Sorceress as you explore ruins, take on bosses, and gather loot in this classic side scrolling action adventure that you and three friends can share.

    I enjoyed this when it first came out and I had to get it again. There are a few new skills to learn, new controller features (the touchpad makes interacting with the background a lot easier than on the ps3 or Vita), and the new music is gorgeous (i would not mind having the OST of this in my collection). Ans of course all the beautiful art work is also touched up, for the the resurrection scenes to Morgan's shop. And of course nothing says welcome back like taking on the blatant Monty Python nod of Tim the sorcerer and the killer rabbit. IF you were a fan before it is a must have, and if you always wanted to play this but never could - nothing stopping you now.

    3 people found this review helpful

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  • Good but...
    By Debbie on 25 May 2019

    I tried the original version of this when it was free on PlayStation Plus. Fell in love with the art style in the old school gameplay. Can't tell you how many hours I've wasted on Old School beat em ups. The story is your classic d&d adventuring group. But with the usual unique Japanese take on things.

    I like the steel case this comes in. The art and the printing is high quality. I also like that they printed on both sides so there's art on the inside. My only complaint is the scale of the cards. The picture makes it look as if they are about tarot deck size. But they are actually about the size of a matchbook unfolded. The printing is still high quality though, so this only takes a 1/2 of a point off.

    Just a caveat for parents the art style does push the teen rating a little. but not too much to be of great concern.
    But ultimately you should buy this at this price. Most collectors games nowadays run you in the hundreds. This will run you $20

    1 person found this review helpful

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