Originally released in 2012 on consoles before getting updated to Dark Arisen in 2013, Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is finally getting the portable treatment.
Earlier this morning, Capcom announced that their open-world RPG with scalable boss enemies would be coming to the Switch on April 23. That date is just over a year after Capcom shut down the Xbox 360 servers for Dark Arisen, although the PC version is still going strong (and selling for $44.95).
Dogma's combat should have no trouble translating over to the Nintendo console. It appears to be running at 30fps, which would make sense given the Switch's internals. An Australian release hadn't gone out at the time of writing, so no word on the price point, but this post will be updated as more information comes to light.
Ah, Dragon's Dogma. The massive RPG that I've never had a chance to play, that proved so divisive among readers and critics, and that really does have a loopy enough narrative setup to get me intrigued.