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Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen announced

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The dark is rising for a “major expansion” in 2013

There's great news for pawn fans, as Capcom has announced a new “major expansion” for action-RPG Dragon’s Dogma. The Dark Arisen expansion will arrive on both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2013. Further details are currently under wraps.

Dragon’s Dogma has sold over a million copies worldwide since its release earlier this year. Shortly afterward, Capcom stated their intention to turn the title into an ongoing franchise.

To tide fans over while the dark rises, the rather self-explanatory Speedrun and Hard modes will give you another reason to play through Dragon’s Dogma before the year is out. Speedrun challenges you to beat the game as rapidly as possible, while Hard mode ramps up the difficulty. In return, you’ll earn yourself some shiny new equipment.

Check back for more on Dark Arisen as details surface.



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Staff article by David Owen (September 21, 2012)

David Owen is a freelance writer who also contributes to VG247, Eurogamer, IGN, and others. He likes Gitaroo Man more than is healthy.

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