Dragon’s Crown Removed From PlayStation Store

Dragon's Crown

In a surprise move, the visually stunning hack-and-slash game Dragon’s Crown by Atlus has been removed from the PlayStation Store as confirmed by NIS America Europe via their Twitter account earlier today. Many of you may be aware that the Japanese title was distributed in America and the EU by NIS America who recently terminated their partnership with Atlus, who are now owned by Sega.

While the game is still available to download for those who have already purchased it, this will no doubt lead to a steady increase in the value of the physical copies on the second-hand market. As yet, no word has been given with regards to other Atlus titles distributed by NIS America, but we would strongly advise PS Vita owners to obtain them as quickly as possible either digitally or physically before the same happens to these, although we would expect that older releases may be more vulnerable in the short term.

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