Dragon’s Dogma

Dragon’s Dogma is an action role-playing adventures game developed and published by Capcom.

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Generally, it was developed for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game features an open world fantasy setting, besides hack and slash and survival horror.

Dragon’s Droma is bound to have some flaws, well all games do and It is yet an enormous console rpg. Its exceptional features rules over its negatives. It gives you the immense gameplay, seems pretty much like combating against the real-life dragons because they are 50 feet tall and weigh 12 tons, which is exceptional and I believe that no other game features you so immense gameplay. I give this game a 9.5 or more, if flaws get fixed it would be one of the most thrilling games of the decade and it undoubtedly would deserve a rating of 10.

The game actually offers various types of vocations for player to select anyone out of them but yet just nine different types of vocation have been revealed. These vocations are Fighter, strider, Ranger, Mage, Assassin, Sorcerer, Magic Archer, Mystic Knight and Warrior. This exception makes a difference to the gameplay and features more realistic gameplay.

Besides Class System (vocations), other innovation of Dragon’s Dogma is the “Pawn” system. It features artificial intelligence gameplay and even associates Social networking feature with the gameplay.

While the warrior’s party is exploring the world, three party members accompanying the main character are controlled by artificial intelligence, however the player himself can issue general orders like “Go”, “Help”, and “Come to them”. These accompanying party members to the main character can see the main character’s help and do provide information about enemies.

The game does not feature a direct multiplayer mode; nevertheless developers have revealed that players can compete online via Xbox Live or PlayStation Network.


Posted on June 13, 2012, in Action-adventure Games, Console Game, Online Game, PS3, Role-playing, XBOX360 and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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