Dragon's Crown characters get color, voice, name customization

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Dragon's Crown characters get color, voice, name customization
Dragon's Crown characters are like, customizable and stuff
Dragon's Crown features a bevy of customization options, including changeable character names, outfits and voices, and the ability to switch control from the analog stick to the D-pad. Character names are fully editable, while their outfits feature five color palettes, and the voices can be either English or Japanese. The voice option applies to each character uniquely, and players can mix it up on the battlefield.

Dragon's Crown launches on August 6 for PS3 and Vita, shipping with Voice Pack DLC that features different narrator voices for each playable character in the game – Amazon, Dwarf, Elf, Fighter, Sorceress and Wizard. The Voice Pack is free for one month, and $2 after that.%Gallery-193084%
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Dragon's Crown isn't a flash-in-the-pan action game; finding the ultimate treasure in the land wouldn't feel very ultimate if it could be recovered in a few hours. To that end, players will have to get very comfortable with their characters, so Dragon's Crown includes customization options:

Name - Character names are selected randomly initially, but are fully editable. (within good taste, naturally)

Outfit - Each class comes with five different color palette options for their outfits, ranging from "True Steel" to "Deep Crow."

Voice - Not only will each class have an English voice, but we've also left the Japanese combat voices in the game. It's a per-character option, so the battlefield can have a mix of languages.

Analog - For the old-school fans out there, Dragon's Crown includes an option to switch movement from the analog stick to the D-Pad. (other controls are locked)
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