Microsoft considered delaying some Xbox One launch games and even holding Halo 4 for their new console before committing to last week's unusually diverse and rich day-one Xbox One line-up, the company's head of game development told Kotaku. And now Microsoft is planning to give early adopters a lot more to…
Crimson Dragon, the spiritual successor to Panzer Dragoon, just came out, but already the game is being altered after it received, well, let's say mixed reviews.
Dragons—oh, I've killed dragons. Lots of dragons. I've collected dragon scales, I've made weapons out of dragon bones. I've even been able to speak the language of dragons. You'd think I've done it all, but no: before playing Crimson Dragon, I had never ridden a dragon before.
If you loved the Panzer Dragoon games, then you’ve been waiting a long time for a sequel to all the flying, fire-breathing action. Microsoft showed the long-teased follow-up—destined for Xbox One—today at their E3 event but the sound wasn’t working for the gameplay snippet. And yeah, folks in attendance had to laugh…
Yesterday, a demo for upcoming Kinect action game Crimson Dragon was accidentally released on Xbox Live in Japan before being swiftly pulled. But not before people could download it and record it being played.
Microsoft Studios might be calling it Crimson Dragon: Side Story, but this incredibly deep and stylish shooter for the Windows Phone 7 is pure 2D Panzer Dragoon.
And just as you're about to call the whole hobby off, someone reminds you…
Pretty looking flying dragon game Crimson Dragon has been delayed. The Kinect Japanese exclusive will be out at a later, undisclosed date. No reason for the delay was given. [ファミ通]
Look, it doesn't carry the official name, but we all know upcoming Kinect title Crimson Dragon is basically a new Panzer Dragoon game. Especially after watching this clip.
Upcoming Kinect-based game Crimson Dragon has a release date for Japan: It will hit Xbox Live Arcade on June 13.
Shown off at PAX East 2012, this is Crimson Dragon and if it reminds you of a Kinect-based Panzer Dragoon, there's good reason. Not only is Land Ho, which handled the PS2 version of that game, working on this one, Panzer Dragoon's creator, Yukio Futatsugi also is involved.