White Knight Chronicles Episode.Portable: Dogma Wars Trailer Transforms, Rolls Out

By Spencer . December 1, 2010 . 6:32pm

Knights, like the one Leonard transforms into in White Knight Chronicles, are the enemies in White Knight Chronicles Episode.Portable: Dogma Wars. So, you’re not going to morph into a sword carrying giant. Dogma Wars still has transformations and in this game you change into a tokusatsu style hero after activating your Ren Force.



There is a tokusatsu connection to the White Knight Chronicles series. Kentaro Motomura, Producer of the original PS3 game at Level 5, told us, "This may or may not apply to the western markets, but in Japan, there are a lot of productions that include "hero" characters. As a child (especially boys) we see a lot of characters who transform into heroes, and naturally this becomes something like a dream for many of us in Japan. We ran with that idea, and with some curiosity of what would happen if transforming heroes were introduced to a fantasy world?"


Also like the PlayStation 3 titles, Dogma Wars has cooperative play. After you use an online license (one is packaged with the game) you can connect with other players through infrastructure mode.


White Knight Chronicles Episode.Portable: Dogma Wars is scheduled for release on February 3, 2011 in Japan.

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  • urbanscholar

    Hey whatever has you yelling henshin! in every which way is ok in my book.

  • SneakyHawk

    Would like to play very much.

  • At least this one has infrastructure.

    *looks at Monster Hunter*

    I could use xlink or get a PS3 for AHP, but it’s not like I’m gonna play online for hours. Still, it’s fun to play with others rather than be forever alone.

    • Guest

      Why doesnt MH3P have infrastructure mode but Phantasy Star Portable 2 and this does??

      • godmars

        Capcom are good – semi-good? – but lazy game devs. Lords knows how many iterations of Super Street Fighter Turbo II should tell you that.

      • Eh. Catering to Japan more, obviously, where people gather together to play. I want something like that, but I don’t even know anyone near me that plays MH.

      • Clearly because Capcom and Sony are in a conspiracy to sell more PS3s – via forcing US residents to buy one and download adhoc party so they can play with each other!

        … Actually, it’s just harder and a bit quirky to do Infrastructure mode on the PSP, from all the reports. That and you’d have to pay for servers.

  • Cloud_ST

    I like transformation,hate the colors of it,I hope it can be customized or changed/evolved later in the game.

  • Exkaiser

    “So, you’re not going to morph into a sword carrying giant. Dogma Wars still has transformations and in this game you change into a tokusatsu style hero after activating your Ren Force.”

    Okay, so you play as fantasy Kamen Riders, and your enemies are knightly Ultramen. I’m sold.

    Well, actually, the aesthetics of the hero armor that was focused on remind me a lot of Dagwon. Whatever, I never said it was a perfect analogy.

    • neocatzon

      kamen rider? with the party of 4 aren’t they more fit as power ranger?

      • Exkaiser

        But they’re all red…

        Maybe they’re Metal Heroes, but technology is kind of the crux of that.

  • godmars

    So where you’re Ultraman on the PS3, you’re a Kamen Rider sans bike on the PSP.

  • PrinceHeir

    i love the knight designs sucks i didn’t like the human designs(i don’t know why though)

    please localize this and White Knight Chronicles 2 :D

    unlike some certain company that doesn’t want to localize a “Tales” game.

  • They’re a bunch of Justirisers and Gransazers [the company made them was Toho, behind Godzilla] fighting against knightly Ultramen, they’re not Kamen Riders.

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