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Lunar: Dragon Song (DS)

Lunar: Dragon Song (DS)
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Nov, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Lunar: Dragon Song (DS). The average rating for this product is 2.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo DS Games for all reviews. People are impressed by the graphics.


On average, users rate this product 40/100.

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Consumer review by: jeremy1456 (

Lunar: Dragon Song: - A Forgettable Return to the Silver Star


There is no other RPG series which screams for a sequel as much as Lunar. The last completely original Lunar title released was Eternal Blue, and that was for the Sega CD. Lunar 3 is something that fans have been screaming about for years, and we've...

Music, Graphics, Harkens To the Old Days of Lunar

Pretty Much Everything Else

Oct, 2006

Consumer review by: letterbomb418 (

An ok RPG


When I first started playing this game I wasn't as happy about it as I would have hoped. It felt a bit boring, a little repetitive, and it was a major letdown. Once I got through a chunk of the game, however, I actually enjoyed playing it. This game is...

It's like an "older" RPG, which makes it a lot of fun

The fighting style is a bit weird

May, 2006

Consumer review by: ChromeKiller (

"Houston--we've a problem. It's small...stinks...and pieces-of-it are in the toilet." "Flushed your Lunar copy"


"KILL! DIE! DIE NOW! DIE! DIE! DIE! I HATE YOU! YOU'RE SO STUPID! YOU SUCK, TRADITIONAL RPG GAME!" Does this sound like you, the average RPG developer, when conjuring up another classic, memorable, and functional RPG title for the masses? If not, it...

Unless you're buying Lunar for its soundtrack, you're in for some

Where should I begin

Oct, 2005