Reviews and Problems with Dragon's Lair Trilogy
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The Trilogy provides the original Dragon's Lair along with two additional episodes that never made it to my grocery store.
Donald B. Bell, Amazon
3 July 2014
Summary: This is more of a playable movie than a video game. You make directional and timing choices for Dirk the Daring as he travels through the Dragon's Lair. I played this game several times back in the 1970's on an old coin-operated, stand-up video game console. I never got very far through the game before the console got removed from the grocery store and replaced with something else.
Summary: I was around when this came first arrived on the scene. At the time (1980's) it was super cool. The DVD tech brought animation level graphics to arcade video games for the first time. By todays standards this game is very low-tech and simplistic, however I was not looking for the latest FPS game, nor was I searching for something new and cool...I wanted a blast from the past and that is exactly what I got.
Summary: I forgot how hard this game is! But, it's still lots of fun and exactly like the original. The best part was that I was able to introduce my kids to it. They actually spent the time to beat both Dragon's Lair games.
Summary: I played one of those game many times, and those are my favorite ones, because it was made by my childhoodly animator, Don Bluth. Many time, it has been published into the DSiWare, the Wii system, Android phones, and so many more. "Dragon's Lair", the first game in the Don Bluth video game trilogy, is the 1st favorite one of all.
Outstanding graphics, a nice way to play a classic!
E. Kight, Amazon
8 December 2013
Summary: Fantastic representation of the 80's classic laserdisc games, this was fun to play again! You can go through all of the old scenes and work through each game as time permits. Graphics are outstanding. I really enjoyed playing Dragon's Lair 2, it was a nice bonus as I really was only interested in Dragon's Lair 1 and Space Ace.
Summary: I put way too much money in these arcade games when I was young. I have to say that these are, by far, the best ports of these arcade games to date. Digital Leisure has always done well with Don Bluth's animated games, but they outdid themselves with this port. The game's video has obviously been restored beautifully. The sound is perfect and the gaming experience on these will be everything you remember.
Summary: FIrst time I got this, the disc did not work. The second works but it is very difficult. I remembered this from childhood and maybe my reflexes were better then. Anyways, it is only okay. I dont like that you cant save it. You leave the game and need to start from the beginning again.