Crimson Dragon Flies Next-Gen Skies on Xbox One


The name Crimson Dragon should sound familiar, especially to fans of the Panzer Dragoon series. It was first announced a couple years back under the working title Project Draco, and it was hyped up to be a major Kinect-exclusive showpiece. But ultimately Crimson Dragon never found a home on Xbox 360.

This week, though, the dragon-riding rail shooter from Panzer Dragoon creator, Yukio Futatsugi, has reemerged as an Xbox One exclusive. Better yet, Kinect will no longer be the main method of control, but rather a complimentary input alongside standard controller play. I sure am glad to hear that.

Below is the E3 trailer, this time with actual audio–and boy does Saori Kobayashi’s score make a HUGE difference to the viewing experience!

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