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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:03am 15/10/09 | 2 Comments
The truly schooled (old-school) gamers out there know Dragon's Lair, and for those who don't, it could be considered the very first game to ever implement now famous quick-time events (QTE). It was also easily the best looking game of it's time, but that's because you weren't really playing off a game-engine so much as you were watching a laser-disc video and interacting with it (kind of like how DVDs now feature stupid DVD remote games for old people and kids).

At any rate, Gamer Bytes have found a German listing for the game, specifically for DSi which could mean we'll see it as a new release, or perhaps even a DSiWare title (basically a digitally distributed game in the vein of XBLA or PSN). While on a nostalgic level this sounds cool, I highly doubt it has withstood the test of time.

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Posted 04:09pm 15/10/09

Theres been a zillion dragons lair games, its a bit of a stretch to think it would be a clone of the original, especially seeing as there were snes, gameboy and nds versions.
straw hat hippie
Posted 06:13pm 15/10/09

If you play it your a guy i can trust.
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