Dragon Fantasy: Book I has been released a couple of days ago in North America on PSN: the game, developed by Muteki Corporation is an homage to 8-bit role-playing games, brining some features of the past like a single party member against a single enemy, first person view and ,of course, 8bit sounds and graphics. The simple plot behind the game also provides some good fun since it doesn’t take itself seriously at all.
The game is available for cross-buy meaning that buying one of the versions of the game will allow you to get the other for free. Unfortunately it looks like the game has been released in a bugged state: the Ps3 version of the game suffers from random crashes, making the game unplayable. The PsVita version doesn’t suffer from this problem.
The other problem is with the hit rate of your character which is kinda low: with such a difficult game missing an attack is all it takes to die an ugly death.
Adam Rippon, the game’s Executive producer, has announced that his team has acknowledged the game’s problems and a patch has already been submitted to Sony for certification. If everything goes well the patch should be available in the next few days.