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News Dragon's Dogma Slated for March 27 in U.S.
posted on 2011-11-24 23:38 EST
The game publisher CAPCOM announced on Friday that its open-world action game Dragon's Dogma will ship in North America on March 27. The PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 game will then ship in Europe on May 1. CAPCOM has not yet announced a release date for Japan, other than the "beginning of 2012."
Dragon's Dogma, from producer Hiroyuki Kobayashi (Devil May Cry 4, Resident Evil 4) and director Hideaki Itsuno (Devil May Cry 3, Devil May Cry 4), is set in a fantasy world where a dragon who has not been seen for a long time re-emerges. The dragon chooses the protagonist as its student, and teaches the main character various skills.
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