We fixed the broken Crimson Dragon trailer from E3

The way Microsoft meant for it to be heard

Those of you who were streaming Microsoft's press conference may have been a bit crestfallen. Not because of the always-online DRM or the $500 price tag, but because Crimson Dragon, the spiritual successor to Panzer Dragoon, was robbed of a proper presentation. While beautiful skies and soaring dragons pleased the eyes, every ear in the audience was left with nothing but silence. No sound. Quiet. Empty. Darkness.

Fortunately, we took it upon ourselves to fix the trailer's audio. Have a listen:

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