Capcom Gets Jpop Artist Raychell For Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen

By Spencer . December 21, 2012 . 4:08pm

racCapcom announced the first tie up for Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen and its with a Jpop artist. Raychell will sing the game’s theme song, "Coils of Light", from her album L->R.


Raychell is on the Avex rhythm zone label, which released her first single in 2010. Her second song was "Smiling!" which was used as an ending theme for the Tamagotchi anime series.


Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is slated for release in 2013.

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  • Pockystix

    hmm, can’t seem to find anything about her or the song

    guess we’ll need to wait for it then lol

  • landlock

    Since the first one had a J-rock song from B’z not a huge surprise.

  • SigmaNHK

    If it’s as good as “Into Free”, I am 100% for this.

  • arcxenos


  • amagidyne

    Hate it when games do this. Why can’t they at least pick a track that suits the genre? Is this cross-media marketing?

    • It’s Japan.

    • Richard N

      I’d normally agree with you, but the wind is pushing me.

    • Josh Strange

      you must me new here.

  • Keyanf

    One thing to note is the album is listed as coming in “spring”. A hint at DA’s release date?

  • Go2hell66

    Yes cuz Jpop makes everything 10x better!

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