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Dragon's Crown narration DLC pipes up Aug. 6, free for a month

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When Dragon's Crown launches on August 6, some DLC will let you swap out the stock narration for a mouthpiece centered on one of the game's classes: Amazon, Dwarf, Elf, Fighter, Sorceress, and Wizard. The DLC will be a free download at first and cost $1.99 after the first month.

Dragon's Crown is a side-scrolling action game that sports multiplayer elements and a controversial art style. It's currently in development at Vanillaware for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.

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Customize Dragon's Crown with Voice Pack DLC - Free for the First Month
Dragon's Crown, the multiplayer action beat-em-up from ATLUS will offer players the ability to customize their story with different narrator voices from each of the six playable characters in the game: Amazon, Dwarf, Elf, Fighter, Sorceress, and Wizard. These character voices replace the game's original narration with their own distinct voice.

Brave adventurers who play Dragon's Crown right at launch will have a special offer - for the first month after the game's release on Aug. 6, the game's DLC will be completely free. After the first month, the voice pack will revert to a price of $1.99.

Dragon's Crown will be playable at E3 this year! Stop by the ATLUS booth (West Hall #5010) and check out all the side-scrolling, dragon-slaying, butt-kicking action!

Dragon's Crown will be exclusive to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita systems for $49.99 and $39.99 respectively and is available for pre-orders now from major retailers. The game is rated T for Teen by the ESRB. More details about the game will be revealed in the future, with updates on the official Dragon's Crown website at: http://www.atlus.com/dragonscrown/

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