The Drakengard series (also known as Drag-On Dragoon) has had a moderate following outside of Japan, enough to warrant an international release of the two initial games and spin of title Neir. Sadly however it seems the third part in the saga won’t get a release outside of Japan unless someone at Square Enix changes their mind.
Hopefully fans will be able to coerce them into giving the game a wider release. It is surely just a matter of time until a petition finds its way into the public sphere.
It is surprising for a CGI-using debut trailer to feature not only in-engine cit-scenes, but also gameplay. It seems Access Games have been busy toiling away on this, and it shows.
One step ahead of Skyrim, with flyable dragons and not some pre-determined path bollocks, Drakengard deliver what Lair didn’t. Wreacking havoc as a dragon is a very hard idea to screw up.
Drakengard 3 will be out on PS3 only in Japan October 31st.
What do you think? Do you want Square Enix to bring Drakengard 3 to other territories? Let us know in the comments.