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Liz Maas
Dragon's Dogma Gets Another PS3 Demo
And a new competition for those still playing the game.
08.09.12 - 10:28 PM

For those who still haven't tried out Dragon's Dogma, Capcom announced today that they plan to release a new demo exclusively for PlayStation 3 users. This new demo will take place during the game's prologue, and you'll get to customize your character... and defeat the three-headed hydra. You can carry over your data into the main game. The demo will release on PSN next Wednesday in Europe, and the following Tuesday (August 21st) in North America.

If you do own the full game, Capcom is running a screenshot contest. Using the game's picture-sharing feature, you can submit screenshots in three different categories. Winners will get an exclusive PSN or XBL avatar, and six overall winners in each of Europe, Japan and North America will get their pawn displayed in a certain area of The Rift.

Capcom has already announced a sequel to Dragon's Dogma, but few details have surfaced. The first game just recently was patched, in order to add an 'easy' mode. Stay tuned for our review of both the game and its soundtrack.


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