Friday, February 27, 2015

Dragon's Dogma: Precious Memories Scrapbook

I just discovered the greatest thing: you can export screenshots from Dragon's Dogma to Facebook. If you've never played Dragon's Dogma, then A). You don't know what you're missing and B). This game was MADE for dramatic screenshots. The entire game is spent crawling all over giant cyclopses and griffins, clinging on for dear life. But don't let me tell you, let me show you.

 This is Helfried, agile rogue and daring monster slayer, accompanied by her adorably robust mage companion, Rosette.

This is Helfried scrambling up the back of a cyclops, desperately trying to knock off it's helmet and expose it's sensitive eye. That's not a cut scene, that's gameplay. You have to crawl on these big beasts Shadow of the Colossus style and poke at their giblets before they can grab you and chomp at your giblets. 


You can also grab and toss just about anything. My preferred method of handling the undead is lobbing them off the nearest cliff face.

This is an ogre. Ogre's enjoy trying to grab and eat women, and slamming into you ass first on narrow stair wells. Ogres are dicks.

Suddenly, buffalo wrangling!

And a swingin' beach party! One of my favorite parts of Dragon's Dogma is the way your armor gets drenched when you get wet, as well as grabbing npcs and tossing them in the ocean.

You know in the midst of all this cyclops violence, it's hard to reconcile the fact that I actually like cyclopses, and don't want to poke them in the eye. How about a happy cyclops?

There. Now I don't feel so bad about that cyclops eye in my inventory...



  1. Ever watched a Cyclops just mess around?

    Like the one you can find down near the ocean cliff face below the The Mountain Waycastle he just likes to jump on his back and wiggle his arms and legs while his two Harpy Friends have a bath in the stream.

    At least you don't have to kill the one the Bandit leader has, you can feed it some goblin instead.

    1. Yes! God, the two in the Shadow fort were so adorable I felt real bad about butchering them and shoving their tusks in my backpack...