Watch: "Dragon's Crown" Launch Trailer

At times chaotic, featuring an occasionally frustrating menu system, the Vanillaware-developed "Dragon's Crown" nonetheless has enough addictive hooks to keep you and your party returning to its dungeons to make it a worthy successor to hack and slash games of the past.

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At least, I think the "Dragon's Crown" is something they're fighting for? Who can be sure. In any event, see more of George Kamitani's buff character designs in action in Vanillaware's upcoming hack and slash RPG for the Vita and PS3.

See the "flashy attacker" Amazon (who's like 33% abs) and "Masterful Magician" Wizard do their thing after the jump.

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Also the Elf, but who cares about elves? Seriously, who?

In this pair of character videos, Atlus details the virtues of using the elf and the dwarf in the class-based, four-player co-op hack-and-slash from developer Vanillaware. The pair joins the Fighter and Sorceress as playable classes in the game. Which one will you choose?

"Dragon's Crown" will be out this August on the PS3 and Vita.

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The hack and slash from "Muramasa: The Demon Blade" developer Vanillaware is headed to the PS3 and Vita, and if you preorder the game, you get a nice, hefty 64-page artbook (pictured above).

Oh, and we've got the game's cover art after the jump.

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Up until now, "Odin Sphere" and "Muramasa: The Demon Blade" developer Vanillaware's latest has only been exposed to gamers through a Japanese-language trailer and a handful of environment screens on its English Language site. Now you can see three of the character classes for the 2D hack-and-slash for the Vita and PS3 in action in these newly-released screens.

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Siliconera pointed to the latest trailer from the class-based action RPG from the "Muramasa: The Demon Blade" developer. "Dragon's Crown" is coming to Japan and the U.S. later this year for the PS3 and PS Vita, and North American publisher Atlus wanted to show off what was new with the hand-drawn hack and slash.

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