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Dragon's Lair Blu-ray (PS3)

Dragon's Lair Blu-ray (PS3)
alaScore 68

4 reviews

Apr, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Many are negative about the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dragon's Lair Blu-ray (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 68/100 = Good quality.

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Dragon's Lair Blu-Ray Review

 

Designed strictly for the existing Dragon's Lair fan base

As a game, Dragon's Lair falls flat on its face. However, I'm grading it as short film because, when you get down to it, that's really what it is. Fans of the arcade original will clamor for the developer interviews. The creator commentary and high-def...

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Dragon's Lair Blu-Ray

 

Ye olde tyme arcade game gets a new media facelift

Beautifully restored animation ; Move assistance ; Improved surround sound

Same touchy, frustrating game ; Short, often dull commentaries ; Lack of deathless Watch mode

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Dragons Lair Blu-ray

 

Load up on the coffee and sit down with your DVD remote or SixAxis controller, the formerly red-hot Dragon's Lair goes Blu-ray, as in high-def, Surround Sound, old-school twitch gaming -- and quite a bit more, too.

Back in the 1980's came a wholly original and wholly frustrating arcade game known as Dragon's Lair.

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Dragon's Lair Blu-ray PlayStation 3 Review

 

The oft-released Dragon's Lair seems such a staple of video game history that it may well seem that anything negative said about it is a knock against the entire industry, but unfortunately it must be said; while the game may have pioneered new...

The game has never looked better; branching is seamless; a great wealth of extras

A very short game that severely lacks gameplay; gameplay options on the PS3 seem broken; lack of documentation with the game

Running through the entire game takes roughly 30 minutes the first time through and by then you've probably witnessed every alternate death sequence there is stemming from improper button presses. Too many, the meat (and draw) of this game will be pure...

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