Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arise, the expanded version of Dragon’s Dogma, is getting new ports. A higher res version is coming to PS4 and Xbox One as well as releasing once again on PC.
Dragon’s Dogma, one of Capcom’s most underrated games of the past few years, is getting a new lease on life, thanks to the great PC version that just launched. It’s also an opportunity for more people to discover how batshit the story gets.
Dragon’s Dogma didn’t get the kindest review on Kotaku when it came out in 2012 for consoles. With the PC version arriving on Steam tomorrow, it’s an opportunity for me to mount a defense for one of my favorite flawed games of the last few years. Dragon’s Dogma is far from perfect, but damn, I love it.
Dragon’s Dogma is one of the most criminally underrated action games of the last few years, but it’s getting a second chance at life on PC, with Capcom stealthily announcing that Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is coming this January.
Capcom will be releasing a new online open world action RPG this year based on its 2012 release, Dragon's Dogma.
Capcom announced a new Dragon's Dogma. It's an online game titled, wait for it, Dragon's Dogma Online. More details are expected in the latest issue of Famitsu.
There's this thing that developers of open world games have been fond of saying a lot lately: If you can see it, you can travel to it. It's meant to be an awe-inspiring statement about how rich and full the world is, but every time I hear it I roll my eyes.
Ah, Dragon's Dogma. The massive RPG that I've never had a chance to play, that proved so divisive among readers and critics, and that really does have a loopy enough narrative setup to get me intrigued.
Okay, so it's not actually a handheld port of Dragon's Dogma. Capcom has announced Dragon's Dogma Quest for the PS Vita: A 2D "network compatible RPG" set in the Dragon's Dogma world.
Following complaints from users, a Capcom rep has issued a statement on the company's forums urging people to backup their save data before downloading an update for RPG Dragon's Dogma.
Eleven months after its release, Capcom's action-RPG Dragon's Dogma received an updated re-release in the form of Dark Arisen. In addition to giving a technical facelift to the original game, Dark Arisen boasts a brand new landmass to explore: Bitterblack Island. Reviewers seem to be mostly happy with these changes.
Oh, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen. I want to like you. I really, really do. On paper, I should. On paper you and I should be thick as thieves. So why, please tell me why, I don’t like you?
If there was a list of the most underappreciated fields in the video game industry, surely sound design would be up near the top. Despite creating and capturing one of a game's most crucial aspects, you never really hear from the men and women working in the field, and you rarely get a chance to see how their…
2013 is only 1/12th over. With 11 months left and new console news on the horizon, Weekly Famitsu asked its readers what games they were looking forward to for this year. Here's a list of the top 30 anticipated upcoming games for 2013 (note: All publishers and release dates are for Japanese release versions):
Capcom announced a substantial expansion to their sprawling action RPG last September, but left fans wanting as to what exactly was coming with the Dark Arisen add-on. Today, we finally get a look at what's coming to Dragon's Dogma's fantasy universe with the add-on launches in April. Two trailers debuted today,…
Capcom today announced the first major expansion for its RPG Dragon's Dogma, called Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen.
Continuing their interview series from last week, Weekly Famitsu asked a group of game developers on their ideas and hopes for the future of gaming. Among the gaming bigs this week was Level-5 honcho, Akihiro Hino, who expressed his wish to make a new open world game.
An upcoming patch will enable gamers to play Dragon's Dogma on a new Easy mode. How about a patch for the boring bits?
Weekly Famitsu celebrated its 1,234th issue this week with an interview with several game creators abouth their thoughts on the future. Among the creators were Capcom's Hideaki Itsuno, Grasshopper Manufacture's Gouichi Suda, and Tecmo Koei's Kenichi Ogasawara