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Crimson Dragon priced at $19.99, trailer introduces the planet Draco

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Crimson Dragon, the new rail shooter from the creator of Panzer Dragoon, will cost $19.99 when it launches alongside the Xbox One on Nov. 22 in North America, publisher Microsoft Studios announced today.

Customers who buy the game by the end of 2013 will receive an exclusive playable dragon.

The company also released a new trailer that shows off the planet Draco, which was supposed to offer "a new beginning" for humanity. However, it proves initially inhospitable, thanks to all the dragons that come out to attack the would-be settlers. It's the first new footage of the game since Microsoft debuted Crimson Dragon at E3 2013 as an Xbox One game; it had previously been announced as a downloadable Xbox 360 game for Kinect.

Crimson Dragon on Xbox One still supports Kinect, but offers traditional gamepad controls as well. For more on the game, check out our interview with game director Yukio Futatsugi from E3. You can also see six new screenshots below.

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