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I of the Dragon

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I of the Dragon

The Armchair Empire
30 March 2005
  • Conclusion: automatically. This aspect of the game could have been more developed, as I would have liked to have seen an RTS portion of the game developed. This would have served to round out the game and relieved some of the monotony of having to fly around the entire area, and killing all lairs and monsters yourself. Each of the town's buildings are labeled which leads me to believe that at some point in development, some RTS elements were dumbed down which really is unfortunate.
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Overall 7
7.4

I of the Dragon

Game Over Online
5 January 2005
  • Excerpt: When I reviewed Primal Software’s Besieger six months ago, I questioned why the Russian developer even bothered. The game wasn’t very interesting, and it didn’t offer anything new. Such is not the case with Primal’s second game, I of the Dragon (also called The I of the Dragon , which makes me wonder if the title is a translation gaffe).
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I of the Dragon

The Wargamer
5 January 2005
  • Excerpt: Questing against dragons is common enough. But The Wargamer’s Kyle Stegerwald tries his hand at role-playing one.
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Expert Review

The Wargamer
5 January 2005
  • Excerpt: The dragon is one of the most enduring symbols of fantasy: a mystical, powerful beast that takes wing over the landscape and whose fire breath more often than not roasts a party of foolhardy adventurers in their boots. I’ve fought my share of dragons in games like Baldur’s Gate and Neverwinter Nights, but how many times have I played as the dragon? None, until now.
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I of the Dragon Review

GameSpot
19 November 2004
  • Excerpt: I of the Dragon is an action RPG with a couple of things in its favor. Instead of letting you play as the typical barbarian or mage, this fantasy game lets you take to the skies as a dragon. It also requires you to do some tactical thinking instead of relying solely on brute force. Beyond that, it's generic fare marred by numbing missions and repetitive combat, not to mention a wholly forgettable gameworld.
  • Pros: N/A
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Overall 5
5.4

I of the Dragon

The Gamers Temple
12 November 2004
  • Excerpt: I of the Dragon is different from other action-RPG games in that instead of slaying dragons you actually become one. Wouldn’t it be fantastic to swoop through the air, shooting hot blasts of fire at your enemies? It certainly would, because you won’t find any of that in this game.
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Overall 8
8.3
Graphics 8
8.1
Sound 9
8.5
Control 8
7.7
Playability 9
8.6
Singleplayer 8
8.4

The I of the Dragon - Review (PC)

Konsolen-World
3 April 2005
  • Conclusion: Mit The I of the Dragon wird sich jeder Spieler schnell anfreunden können. Der Einstieg wird durch ein Tutorial sehr leicht gemacht und falls man doch einmal Hilfe braucht, kann man immer noch auf ein gutes Handbuch zurückgreifen. Die Story ist dann ebenso ansprechend wie die Rollenspielelemente. Dadurch wird ein Gameplay erschaffen was wirklich Spaß macht. Ist man erst einmal so richtig in das Spiel eingetaucht lässt es einen nicht mehr los.
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Overall 7
6.5

The I of the Dragon (pc)

GBase
8 March 2005

The I of the Dragon

pcspielemagazin.de
30 January 2005
  • Summary: „The I of the Dragon“ ist ein gelungenes Action-Rollenspiel, welches jedoch unter einer schwachen Steuerung, zu simpel ablaufenden Vorgängen (Bau von Städten, fressen) und einem fehlenden Multiplayer-Modus leidet. Das Szenario ist voller Fantasie, kann die besagten Kritikpunkte jedoch nicht ausgleichen. Dennoch würde ich den Titel allen Action-Rollenspiel-Fans und Fans von Drachen empfehlen.
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Overall 7
6.5

The I of the Dragon

PCgames.
17 December 2004
  • Excerpt: Wenn das Schuppentier Hunger kriegt, grapscht es sich einfach den erstbesten Unglücksraben. [Quelle: ] Eigentlich ist das Spielprinzip von The I of the Dragon so simpel wie das von Diablo : Sie klicken im Sekundentakt Gegner über den Haufen - nur dass statt des Barbarenkriegers ein ausgewachsener Drache den Helden mimt.
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