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Dragon's Dogma by Capcom

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  • Blood and Gore
  • Partial Nudity
  • Suggestive Themes
  • Violence
Dragon's Dogma is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 82.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Developer: Capcom
  • Category: Action
  • Players:1

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Dragon's Dogma is an exciting new franchise which redefines the action genre from the team that produced some of Capcom's greatest action games. Set in a huge open world, Dragon's Dogma offers an exhilarating and fulfilling action combat game with the freedom to explore and interact in a rich, living and breathing world. Dragon's Dogma introduces an innovative team system to the genre. Known as Pawns, these three AI partners fight independently, demonstrating prowess and ability they have developed based on traits learned over time from the player and their actions. By utilizing Xbox LIVE or PlayStation Network players will journey to the Rift where they can share their own Pawns with friends and be rewarded with treasure, knowledge of the world and strategies for taking down enemies. Conversely, players can borrow friends' Pawns with the specific skills or experience required to tackle a particular quest. In addition, Dragon's Dogma will ship with thousands of readymade Pawns for players to select offline. With an epic story and incredible action, Dragon's Dogma is set to be one of Capcom's newest hit franchises.

  • Highly Stylised Action Combat - The creators of this game were responsible for the action hits - Resident Evil® 4 and Devil May Cry® 4.
  • Fight With Ability - The soul of combat comes down to how the game is played, where you strike the enemy, and how you react to their attacks.
  • Pawn Them All - The pawn system offers flexible combat assistance with a main pawn companion that you can train throughout the game and two secondary pawns that can vary wildly to fit your combat style.
  • Help Your Friends, Help Yourself: To enhance your battle experience, share your main pawn with friends and others via Xbox LIVE or PlayStation Network. Your pawn's experience as a member of someone else's game will be passed on to you in loot, knowledge of the open world and strategies for taking down enemies. Or, you can choose one of the thousands of AI pawns included with the game.
  • Accessible Depth - Bringing an unprecedented level of depth to the action genre, every decision has an effect on gameplay in an intuitive way that does not require micromanagement. The weight of your weapon, the material of your armor - even the length of your legs - plays a role in how you fight your battles, but does not interrupt the flow of the action.
  • Epic Adventure - Dragon's Dogma is built from the ground up as an action experience for consoles with a continuous, epic storyline that stands alone in style, scope and substance.
  • Open World - Utilizing Capcom's proprietary MT Framework engine and the groundbreaking graphical styles and lighting effects used in Resident Evil® 5 and Lost Planet® 2, Dragon's Dogma expands the environment to create a vast, richly detailed world, ripe for exploration.
  • Night and Day - The open world features a dynamic 24-hour day/night cycle that will offer different enemies and surprises depending on when you venture into the world.
  • A Rich Population - In addition to interacting with hundreds of fully voiced NPCs, you'll be able to fight a large variety of creatures, from goblins to griffins and dragons. Each enemy requires a different strategy and provides a unique experience.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dragon's Dogma This game was a masterpiece in my opinion i loved everything about it.This is a must buy game. Almost flawless, it has everything a game needs and is different and not common which makes it unique. Maki.
Date published: 2014-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This game was way underatted, and needs a sequal I myself had low expectations for this game. I tried the demo and it was pretty good, but I still wasn't sure because a lot of the time they try to make the demo awesome but the game itself... no. So I saw this for 10 dollars on sale on xbox. It might still be up. So I was like oh wth. So I got it and it is amazing. It has way more than the demo has to offer. Its like fable 1 combined with skyrim, the witcher 2, god of war, and darksiders. Quite a combination, huh? It is no copy off. The story line is great, the gameplay is good, the settings look beautiful. I could tell the developers took time with this. The way this one ended leaves you wanting a second one. This game needs a second. So give it a chance and try it.
Date published: 2014-02-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from fun classes, deep skillsets, great plot, tough Fun classes, deep skillsets, great plot, its tough, some online and end game content, cool armor sets, seamless fighting, deep potion making process, and armor enhancement. Plus a ton of obtainable items with a myriad of combinations to create many different things. I have no idea why this game doesn't have a higher rating. Buy this.
Date published: 2013-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A real challenge but quite enjoyable So if you've played the demo then you know exactly how this game is going to start. after you complete the opening and kill the beast you get to create your very own character. after this you then have a very brief battle with the dragon and once that is over you become The Arisen and begin your quest to slay the foul beast! I was very skeptical of the Pawns but after playing this game I now realize that I would die every time I got into a fight without them. though they can be very annoying and sometimes remind me of my mother when they tell me to take care not to fall off of the cliff or that the path we are taking is steep and I should be careful so I don't slip and fall, they are a very necessary part of this game and very handy in a fight. This game will make you angry, very angry. you will rage quit time and time again, I promise you that. but when you finally win you will feel better than you have in a while because of this game. it is not an easy game but it is a very fun game, I DO NOT recommend this game to those who are easily angered and apt to brake things because this game will make you want to do just that. take a deep breath and try try again, you'll get there sometime. overall this is a very fun game and I love playing it.
Date published: 2013-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Game, not for beginners. After playing this game for countless hours I would first like to start with the bad - 1.) The Story, the story is boring and has you confused on what your actual goal is. 2.) The beginning, I can honestly say when I first played the beginning I wish I never spent any of my money. It was the most lack luster, most boring, and most stupid beginning I ever played. 3.) There is no quick way to travel! Not even a mount! I run for hours! Next I would like to review the good things about that game - 1.) IT's AWESOME NO MATTER HOW BAD THE BEGINNING IS, after fighting my way through the horrible beginning I soon started to get attached, one hour became two, and two hours became a day. Replay value is very high as you could explore the game in many different ways, shapes, and forms. 2.) The Visuals, though the character models could use some work and there are some lack-luster textures, the environment is beautiful, the sun glare fits perfect with the bright lush scenery. 3.) The boss battles, my god was it fun, and it was VERY challenging as well! A Challenge is good and leaves you sticking to the game again, the bosses are huge and reminds me greatly of Shadows of the Colossus. It is as if Skyrim and Monster Hunter has a baby, and throw in a little Dark Souls to fill in the goth. OVERALL, it is a solid game, though it can be very difficult for even veteran gamers. I highly recommend this to RPG fans, bare through the beginning and I am sure you will love this game.
Date published: 2013-04-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hours of fun... then it's all lost. This game would awesome if it auto saved frequently. Currently you can roam for hours outside the town. As soon as you die though... all that time spent, items acquired, and EXP gained is gone! Can't stand these gaming companies that like to hold onto the none checkpoint/save features like Final Fantasy used to be. I don't have the time nor the patience to deal with it.
Date published: 2013-03-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from amazzzing Great story, game play is sick nasty, tonss of options and things to do, super fun crazy badass boss's, this game is deffinitly top 10 of all xbox games, rivals skrym maybe even beats it, if there was a coop mode this game wold be legandarryyyyy, buy this game if u want to enjoy a bit of greatnesss!!!
Date published: 2013-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Give the game 10+ hours before making judgement After 3-5 hours of this game I was ready to admit I had made a mistake in buying it. I kept playing because I recalled reading somewhere that the "Game" really doesn't start until a few hours in... and I am SOOO glad I stuck in there. The first 5, 6, maybe even 8-10 hours give you an intro into all the cool stuff in Dragon's Dogma but the game doesn't fully "open up" and really give you all the tools you need until you reach a really big city (not where you begin the game... it's a little after that)..... and when it opens up there is a LOT to like. Graphics are top-notch with spell and magic effects being AMAZING. The sound and music is perfect, it perfectly fits the tone and atmosphere. Magic Archers shoot blue, glowing arrows that streak through the air in a very neat way.... Mages can throw fireballs, lightning.... they can even summon a lightning whip that they can wield in their hands. The gameplay is the main course of this game (as it should rightly be, yet oftentimes games will sacrifice gameplay for flash and explosions). For the first couple of hours you are stuck as 1 of the 3 base classes (Basically Fighter, Thief, Mage, though with slightly different names) and not that many offensive moves. You've got your basic: "Main Weapon, secondary weapon, various armor slots and slots for enchanted stuff", and with quite a bit of variety in each (although your options don't really grow super-rapidly until you get to the bigger town I mentioned" The fighting itself is somewhere around Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning and Dark Souls.... once you expand your move-set you can juggle enemies, shield-bash, drive your daggers into the ground and cause a huge explosion.... there are a LOT of different moves and augments, mostly separated from class to class (example: A Strider (thief) might have rapid dodging and back-stabbing moves while a Magic Archer (A thief-mage hybrid and my personal favorite class) will have SOME overlapping moves but have more magic-oriented dagger moves (like causing explosions, sending out waves of holy energy, etc.) Once you upgrade your character with a few moves you'll quickly see the crazy-high number of fighting styles, moves, techniques, etc. You will usually have a party of 4 (yourself, a "main" companion, and 2 temporary companions of your choosing.) You only directly control yourself, but your main companion, or main "Pawn" as they are called, is with you all the time and you can pick what class he is, what weapons/armor he uses, even his looks, voice, tactics, etc. You even choose how much advice to give and other priorities. Your other 2 party members are other players' Main Pawns... but they don't gain level or abilities as they travel with you. Instead: they accompany you until you've leveled up too much for them to be as much help, then you choose a couple more to replace them. Finding the perfect "Minor Pawns" is easy: there is a filtering system where you can sort by Level, Class, Skills, even battle tendencies. There is a lot of room for experimentation.... you have a main "Level" that determines your base stats and hit points, but each "Class" has a level (1-9), more powerful skills and augments (like higher health, more stamina, etc) as your class levels up, and you can switch classes at any of the world's Innkeeper/Trainer-people. You can do this with your main character and your main pawn.... and it really doesn't have to be a "balanced" group with tanks, healers, etc. I've ravaged the countryside and had just as much fun with 4 mages as I've had with 4 Rangers and an Assassin. On a fun side-note, when you're fighting Giants or Dragons or other huge monsters, you can actually climb on them to try to land critical hits on eyes, head, etc. Think God of War bosses, but instead of getting a QTE where the game does all the work and you just hit "X" or "Square" when prompted, you're sill in total control. This game is HUGE and there is some DLC to add more quests and weapons/armor. I'd recommend picking up 1 or 2 of the weapon pack DLCs because until you complete the first couple of "Main Plot" missions there isn't a huge selection of arms. When i first looked at the main World Map I was concerned that the area was too small.... don't worry. My furthest game is about maybe 40-50 hours in and I've seen MAYBE 15-20% of the map. My Magic Archer (whom I've been nearly the whole time) is only a level 8 out of 9 and I have many hours to go until I "purchase" all of the possible Skills and Augments. Admittedly I've been taking my time, but that should give you an idea of how much content is here. Dragon's Dogma is basically an open-world RPG where fighting and combat is actually really enjoyable... joining Dark Souls and Kingdoms of Amalur in a small, elite group. If you decide to pick this up, PLEASE stick with it until you get to where all 9 classes are unlocked (about 10 hours in, thus my tagline on the review summary.) There is a LOT to like here.... you just have to have patience to make it through the first few hours (they aren't BORING hours but they definitely don't highlight many of Dragon's Dogma's good points.)
Date published: 2013-02-14
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