PS Vita and PS3 action title to be published in Japan and North America by Atlus.
Fans of the studio behind Muramasa: The Demon Blade and Odin Sphere will need to be patient, as Vanillaware's Dragon's Crown has switched publishers and been pushed back in the process.
On Sony's official PlayStation blog, the company confirmed that the PS Vita and PS3 action title will now be published and produced by Atlus, best known for its Shin Megami Tensei series. The game is now slated for a 2013 release in both North America and Japan.
In Dragon's Crown, players can choose from six classes and go from dungeon to dungeon beating up fantasy creatures and soldiers. The game features an online mode with up to four players and HD 2D artwork. The title was initially shown off by UTV Ignition during last year's E3 and was originally slated for a 2012 release period.
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