Some of us like video games that we might call “insane”. We mean this in the best of possible ways. Video games can be weird — fever-dream weird, something’s-not-quite-right-with-the-people-who-made-it weird — and when we see one, we want to play it.
Drakengard 3 (Or as it’s known in Japan, Drag-On Dragoon 3), the 10th anniversary celebration of the original Drakengard is gearing up for its release this autumn. Getting fans geared up, Square Enix has been steadily releasing new information on the game to keep fans interested.