Drakengard – PS2 Gameplay 1080p (PCSX2)
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Drakengard, known in Japanese as Drag-On Dragoon (Japanese: ドラッグ オン ドラグーン Hepburn: Doraggu on doragūn?, commonly abbreviated as DOD), is an action role-playing game developed by Cavia for the PlayStation 2. It was published in Japan (on September 11, 2003) and North America (March 2, 2004) by Square Enix and in European territories (May 21, 2004) by Take-Two Interactive. A Europe-exclusive mobile phone adaptation was co-developed and co-published by Square Enix and Macrospace for Vodafone devices in August 2004.
The game is the first installment of the Drakengard series and features a mixture of ground-based hack-and-slash, aerial combat, and role-playing elements which have become a staple of the series. The story is set during a religious war between two factions—the Union and the Empire—with the war tipping in favor of the Empire. The player controls Caim, a deposed prince of the Union, in his quest for vengeance against the Empire. Wounded in battle while protecting his sister Furiae, he is forced to make a pact with a red dragon named Angelus. As they journey together, they join with Hierarch Verdelet on a quest to prevent the Empire from destroying magical seals that keep the world in balance: Furiae acts as the central seal, and her death will drop the world into chaos.
Enhanced graphics with emulator PCSX2.For recording I used a Nvidia Shadowplay (it can handle 1080p at 60FPS).
-some games can have graphical issues, lags and other problems…
CPU – Intel Core i7 3770K @ 4.20 Ghz
RAM – 8 GB
GPU – MSI GeForce GTX 760 OC Gaming
OS – Windows 7 64bit
PCSX2 1.3.1 Git 1 Feb 2015
– info, faqs, tips at godgames-world website
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