Excerpt: Let me say first that as far as under-appreciated, most deserving games go, I think that the Panzer Dragoon series is definitely near the top of the mountain. This is probably due to its “on-rails” nature (I think StarBlade way back when left a sour taste in everyone’s mouth for the genre) which...
Pros: + Absolutely gorgeous graphics
Cons: - Not for those that don't appreciate old school shooters
Excerpt: Thank you for purchasing this dragon from Dragoon Enterprises. Cared for properly, your dragon will provide you with many years of service over a wide range of applications. Whether it’s toasting crumpets, taking the children to school or simply transforming a decadent, corrupt and evil empire into...
Summary: PSO is an achievement in every way with outstanding gameplay, graphics and audio it's hard to imagine many games that can outshine it. Lengthwise the game isn't a game that will last much longer than 10-15 hours on your first run through the main game but with so many great unlockables to earn and...
Excerpt: , the Empire has risen again and awakened dragons of their own, called Dragonmares. Riders of the Imperial cavalry guide their Dragonmares to unleash a maelstrom of destruction upon the unsuspecting town. You play the part of
Summary: Sega's legendary Panzer Dragoon series has
finally made its rabidly anticipated comeback on the Xbox. Its vastly improved
graphics makes the experience even more amazing with incredible environments and
characters that take the series forward substantially.
Excerpt: Orta is a young woman has been imprisoned for as long as she can recall. During a siege on the city she's held prisoner in, Orta is freed by a dragonmare. She rides the beast to freedom and sees the world about her for the first time in her life.
Pros: Awesome design and execution of graphics, Fast and frantic action, Tons of unlockables, No English Dub
Cons: Gamers who don't like rail shooters will want to skip
Excerpt: As the old saying goes, "third time's a charm," but instead of designing an original work or a sequel to one of their franchises, Smilebit was given the oppurtunity to revive a series that was believed dead: Panzer Dragoon.