Summary: Nice HD looking version of the classic. I really wish modern reviews understood the simplicity of 80's video games. This game does NOT suck in the least. Is it easy? yes. Will you memorize it quickly? Yes. Is it worth $10? considering the crap we get that's $60, yes!
Another format, another Dragon's Lair port. A beautiful re-re-re-re-release for the retro masochist.
Jon Folkers, Amazon
1 April 2008
Summary: Would you like to see a cartoon character die in dozens of comically gruesome ways, again and again? Then this is for you! Are you a fan of former Disney animator Don Bluth ("The Secret of NIMH," and "Pete's Dragon" are most illustrative of his style)? Then this is a must-have!
Summary: I will always remember me looking at people playing the arcade version of Dragon's Lair. I was too young even to approach the machine, and I could barely see images of the game because there were too many people around it. It was not a game - it was a cartoon ! It was INCREDIBLE !
Summary: I had the older version of this game and thought it was a little grainy. I thought the blu ray version would have been better but it still looks grainy. In all fairness I didn't do a side by side compare. It's still a great game and works just like the original arcade game.
Summary: What a Fantasic game. I remember playing this when it came out, miles ahead of anything in it's time. The Bluray version is the best yet, so clear and very sharp, great looking colour, far better then the original game ever looked.
Summary: fun game, but could get some improvement. the worst is when you hit menu button and it resest all your progress since it is just an interactive movie. also, the repetiveness of some of scenes gets a little hard to take in the end. some death scenes are too short.
Summary: After the terrible DVD version of this game, Digital Leisure redeemed themselves several times over with this blu-ray version of Dragon's Lair. The 2 second delay between moves that hindered the DVD version of this game are gone and each scene moves from one move to the next almost flawlessly.