It'll soon be time to expand upon the surprisingly solid and even addictive adventure. For Japanese fans, at least.

According to Siliconera citing a Famitsu live stream, Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen will hit Japan in disc format on April 25.

This new beefed up version will let players battle new monsters (Greater Goblin, Goblin Shaman, and even Death himself), experiment with new weapons, and try out new customization options for your main pawn. There's even a new dungeon – Bitterblack Isle – and fittingly, there will be Japanese voiceovers, which weren't included in the original release. Unfortunately, there's no knowing if Capcom will ever release Dark Arisen in North America or Europe; we just hope that if enough fans want it, it'll eventually arrive.

And if you missed the game in question, you should considering giving it a try; it turned out remarkably well .

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WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
8 years ago

I'd very much appreciate a fast travel option, I shouldn't have to spent the whole afternoon just getting to the point where the next quest begins.

ethird1
ethird1
8 years ago

This was a great game. I would get it if it come out here in the US.