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After eight years since the last series installment (nine if you live in Japan), Drakengard 3 goes on sale today, and publisher Square Enix is here to remind you with a two-minute launch trailer.

Developed by Access Games, the studio behind 2010’s Deadly Premonition and the upcoming Xbox One excuslive D4, Drakengard 3 serves as a series prequel, set one hundred years before the events of the original Drakengard. Cavia, the developer responsible for the first two games, disbanded in 2010. Director Yoko Taro, writer Sawako Natori, producer Takamasa Shiba, and other members of the Cavaia, however, worked on this third entry with Access.

Drakengard 3 is a PlayStation 3 exclusive that’s available as of today and priced at $49.99.

Dragon rides and JRPG melodrama abound in Drakengard 3’s launch trailer

By | 05/20/2014 04:20 PM PT

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After eight years since the last series installment (nine if you live in Japan), Drakengard 3 goes on sale today, and publisher Square Enix is here to remind you with a two-minute launch trailer.

Developed by Access Games, the studio behind 2010’s Deadly Premonition and the upcoming Xbox One excuslive D4, Drakengard 3 serves as a series prequel, set one hundred years before the events of the original Drakengard. Cavia, the developer responsible for the first two games, disbanded in 2010. Director Yoko Taro, writer Sawako Natori, producer Takamasa Shiba, and other members of the Cavaia, however, worked on this third entry with Access.

Drakengard 3 is a PlayStation 3 exclusive that’s available as of today and priced at $49.99.

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