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Square Enix Opens Official Drakengard 2 Website
02.07.05 - 8:49 PM

Square Enix has opened the official website of its action RPG sequel Drag-on Dragoon 2: Fuuin no Kurenai, Haitoku no Kuro for PlayStation 2. Several new pieces of information highlighted on the site have already been revealed in a Weekly Famitsu article last week. In addition, the website revealed that ground-based battles will be far more advanced this time around, as developer Cavia is promising improved controls and a newly implemented combo system. The development team also aims to increase the number of boss battles, thereby making the game more rewarding for players. The stats of a playable character can now be increased by equipping accessories or using items, regardless of his or her current level. Furthermore the player will now have the freedom to switch between characters without any limitations. Another emphasis will be on the event scenes, which will now present the story in a more movie-like fashion.

Drag-on Dragoon 2: Fuuin no Kurenai, Haitoku no Kuro will be available in the US sometime this spring. Square Enix has yet to announce any details regarding a possible North American release.


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