Watch the Fighter and Sorceress Do Battle in Dragon’s Crown

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New gameplay videos are in for Dragon’s Crown, showing off more of the game’s lovely exaggerated art style and fierce dungeon brawling. The footage introduces two of the game’s six hero classes, including the Fighter, the tank and master swordsman of the team, and the Sorceress, who could easily use her absurdly over-inflated balloon boobs to pummel goblins into submission but prefers elemental magic and necromancy.

Dragon’s Crown ships August 6th for PS3 and Vita.

The Fighter is the hulking meatshield of Dragon’s Crown. Clad in armor and skilled as a swordsman, the fighter sets the pace for the battlefield with quick strikes and area-of-affect power attacks. A good all-around character, the Fighter packs enough brawn to survive battles while still being a deadly combatant.

The Sorceress exudes a powerful aura thanks to the lethal elemental magic she uses to leave stacks of frozen or burnt corpses in her wake. But her powers don’t end there – her knowledge of the dark necromantic arts allows her to raise skeletons to fight for her as an ally. If things get too perilous for the Sorceress, a teleport spell allows her to blink away from danger. Her vast amount of skills means she’s suited as a support or solo character.

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