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Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire
12 November 2012
Excerpt: The category in Final Jeopardy is 1998. And the answer is the Brian Setzer Orchestra, Orson Welles's A Touch of Evil and Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire. The question? Name the three biggest anachronisms of 1998.
Excerpt: Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire I've always been a big Sierra fan, but for a long time I avoided the Quest For Glory (QFG) series because of the RPG elements. Then, a couple of years ago, I decided to see what the series was about.
Conclusion: In any case, both players new and old should find something to entertain them in the appealing humour, well-written dialogue, a bit of monster bashing, and the many quests and other activities available.
Conclusion: Overall Impression: This game has failed to make me feel disappointed in any way, except slightly for the fact that it requires 400 megabytes of hard disk space. All elements of this game have been incorporated to make this one of my year's favourite games.
Quest for Glory V will have you burning the midnight oil
12 May 1999
Excerpt: To start off, let me say that Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire is hot. Graphics, sound and story all combine to make this title one that you simply mush have in your collection. Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire is a side view and side-scrolling graphic adventure and role playing game, and interestingly...
Excerpt: Quest for Glory V: Dragon Fire is a game that exists largely due to its strong fan base. After the disappointing sales of Quest for Glory: Shadows of Darkness, Sierra On-Line temporarily shelves the series. Eventually, fans convince the company to allow co-creator Lori Cole to finish the epic story.
Quest for Glory V has a few quirks and problems that will try your patience, but series fans will want to play this game to see old friends and follow Hero's last adventure.
28 December 1998
Summary: I have been a Quest for Glory fan since I played the first Hero's Quest over seven years ago. Although I have always loved role-playing games, I never really played too many adventure games. But Hero's Quest blended the two genres together into a greater whole that I found instantly appealing.