Excerpt: Lair will go into history as one of the biggest disappointments of 2007. Still, a long time things looked good for the newest game from Faktor 5, the makers of Star Wars: Rogue Squadron series. The final product, however, got shredded unanimously by the American press. With reason?
Conclusion: Ray version. And so did a lot of memories of standing in a 7-11 in the middle of summer with friends. Levels I hadn’t thought of since 1991 suddenly appeared on-screen and like some kind of robot I navigated my way through without dying. (The Garden of Eden? I’d completely forgot!
Conclusion: Dragon’s Lair II: Time Warp is a classic. While these types of games may not be for everyone, they should be experienced by all. Given the relatively low price of the disc and sheer amount of quirky fun, I give the game my full recommendation.
Excerpt: Once upon a time in an arcade far, far away, there was a classic game franchise known as Dragon's Lair . It was the ultimate quarter muncher that tested dexterity, as well as commitment to learning patterns.
Excerpt: Sony's dragon riding fantasy epic Lair is a game that held so much hope. When it first emerged some dazzling screenshots made enchanted gamers catch their breath, and early optimism across the industry tagged it as a great hope for the late blossoming of the then underwhelming PlayStation 3.
Excerpt: I really wanted Lair to be good. Not only is the PS3 in desperate need of a strong exclusive title, but I've long been a fan of Factor 5, the developers behind the Rogue Squadron series. The fact that the game features dragons and looks stunning only make it that much more exciting.
Conclusion: The game does appear to have that “Shucks, that’s pretty!” quality to it that a lot of the first generation PS3 games are sporting, but from what we’ve been able to see of the game’s visual style thus far it also looks like the developers are trying to keep the art direction more unique that many of...
Excerpt: Gamers who spent their hard-earned cash on a shiny new PlayStation 3 and are now awaiting games to justify the steep investment might just toss their black box in the trash if they pick up Lair, a $60 beer coaster of a game that should have never been released. Wait a sec.