Players will be able to customize their characters in Dragon’s Crown, the Vannillaware 2D action/role playing game coming next month in North America, in a lot of different ways. Atlus USA has revealed some of the customization options that will be included in the final game.
Players will be able to edit the characters’ names, the color of their outfits and even their voices. Atlus has revealed that not all classes are going to receive an English voice: at the same time the company has confirmed that they will be leaving the Japanese combat voices in the game so it will be possible to have both English and Japanese voices during battle sequences.
Another customization option will make old school gamers happy, allowing them to switch movement controls from the analog stick to the D-Pad.
A few new screenshots have also been released: check them out at the end of the post.
Dragon’s Crown is getting released in August in North America for Ps3 and PsVita: both versions will have a few cross-platform features. There are currently no news on a possible European release of the game: as for many other Atlus published games, European players may have to wait a few extra months before being able to buy the game in their region.