Arcade: Dragon’s Lair

Dragon's LairContent: Dragon’s Lair
Price: 800 Microsoft Points
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Dash Text: Dragon’s Lair, one of the most beloved arcade games of all time can now be enjoyed from the comfort of your couch. This fully arcade authentic version is fully playable with Kinect or the Xbox 360 controller so you can really show how well you wield Dirk’s sword. Included with this ultimate edition are bonus Avatar items, Gamerpics and even a full watch feature to sit back and enjoy Don Bluth’s stunning animation. In Dragon’s Lair, you play the heroic Dirk the Daring, a valiant knight on a quest to rescue the fair princess from the clutches of an evil dragon! Find your way through the castle of a dark wizard, who has enchanted it with treacherous monsters and obstacles. Lead on adventurer. Your quest awaits!

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Note: You can use a Kinect sensor or a controller to play this game

22 thoughts on “Arcade: Dragon’s Lair

  1. I didn’t know this was for Kinect. I wanted to get the demo for a chuckle or two, remember old times at the arcade. Alas, it was not meant to be.

    1. Nostalgia perhaps?

      Back in the arcade it was an amazing thing though.
      I thought the graphics were super realistic and cartoon-like. And that it was super hard.
      Granted, I was 8 years old or so and never occured to me a video could be used to create a videogame. Didn’t even knew about Laserdiscs.

    2. Nostalgia, absolutely. This game was amazing when it hit the arcade. I pumped dozens of quarters into it and never got very far. I’m downloading today just so I can finally finish the thing, finally…

    1. That’s true. How hard can it be to port an FMV videogame?
      As soon as it is DOTW, i’ll pick it up though. It’s a nice vg artifact to have.

  2. I don’t understand, on Xbox 360 this cost $10, all three games on PSN cost $10 yet you can get all three games on iOS for $15 total.

    Regardless I love the Dragon Lair games.

  3. It was rubbish in the arcades at the time, and was only worth playing because it “used a laserdisc” and was all new. Now it is a joke. Hey, I have an idea, turn my gamesmachine into a second rate cable box I dont need, overcharge for rubbish games and charge me to watch adverts.

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