When I first played Dragon’s Dogma back at its launch in 2012, I felt like I had stumbled across something that would surely go down as a cult classic. It was rough around the edges, had some quirks that wouldn’t appeal to everyone, and lacked a true multiplayer mode. As it turns out, I wasn’t far off.
After a couple of years the game earned more fans – thanks in part to a re-release with more content known as Dark Arisen and a PlayStation Plus promotion. While most fans would likely argue that something along the lines of a definitive edition port for PC, PS4, and Xbox One and the announcement of a sequel would have been more warmly received, Dragon’s Dogma Online has a lot of potential for success as well. That is, if it can meet most of these 5 wishes.