Huh, So Sony Is Showing Sega’s Samurai & Dragons At New York Comic-Con

By Spencer . October 5, 2012 . 3:31pm

imageSamurai & Dragons is a free to play PlayStation Vita game that’s essentially Kingdom Conquest with Japanese flair. I’m interested in Samurai & Dragons because of it’s crazy Sega crossovers. Bayonetta, Sonic, Kazuma Kiryu, and Panzer Dragoon characters in the same game? Count me in.


Well, maybe. Samurai & Dragons has not been announced for North America. However, Sony Computer Entertainment America is showcasing Samurai & Dragons inside their Vita Bar at New York Comic-Con. Perhaps, Sega is considering on localizing it? They ran a test with an English build of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f back at E3, but so far that game has not been confirmed for an international release.

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  • drproton

    The amount localization love for the Vita is unprecedented. 

    Pick it up, 3DS.

  • Syltique

    I’d buy it Sega.  Bring it!  I already imported Diva f, but I’d buy that too if you brought it over.

    • Testsubject909

      But… it’s a free to play game. You’d be purchasing it for 0$

  • Code

    Interesting, even though not terribly interested (more interestedin PSO2 and Picotto Knights) it’s hard to knock trying the game out for free u w u~ 

    • Testsubject909

      Code! Haven’t seen you around in a long while.

      And yeah. I wouldn’t argue against a game that’s free to play.

  • SlashZaku

    So SEGA is getting into the habit of running ‘test’ builds of localized games at events? I’m sure someone knows where this post is going…>_>

    •  Lesser of evils, like Capcom’s tests for Nintendo consoles and Square-Enix focus group fiasco.

  • Wee if sony is taking to themselves to localizing the games of other devs they should first localize Valkyria chronicles.

  • Learii

    i hope that mean they localizing this game to NA since they showing in NA

  • Peeka Chu

    I’m pretty sure that it is just a port of that iOS/ Android game (Kingdom Conquest, if I recall) – so an English version already exists.  There’s no reason why we shouldn’t have had this sooner really.  

    • Checked and it is not a port but like a spiritual sequel.

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