Dragon's Blood (DC) Reviews
Newest Review: ... the playability is just incredible. I got this game and though yeah should be alright, when I started playing it I just ... more
Customer Dragon's Blood (DC) Reviews (5)
by - written on 10/09/00, updated on 10/09/00
Mmm, swords. If you're the kind of person who enjoys ploughing through hordes of nasty monsters (and have already completed Soul Fighter) then you're probably scratching your a*se with the lack of games on the Dreamcast in the style that you love. Well, no more! That's right -- thanks to the lovely people at Interplay, you can now sit back and slaughter as many evil armies as you fancy with Dragons Blood… because it's a medieval hack-n'-slasher. Oh yes. There are fifteen levels in total for you to traverse, split between three separate ‘hubs' -- Forest, Swamp and Mountain. To the game's credit, the levels do look rather ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/00, updated on 24/09/00 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Dragons Blood is a blood oriented hack'n'slash fight'n'scroll 'em up. The graphics are brilliant and the gameplay is fairly original, well designed levels - about 15 huge levels in fact, and there's heaps of enemies to destroy. In this game you actually feel like you are the character you are controlling and the great Artificial Intelligence of the computer characters helps the game come to life. It is slightly confusing though and it has been done before - kind of. I think it's worth buying, but if you have only a few games to buy - then get Crazy Taxi, Soul Calibur and NBA 2K as they are Dreamcast's most brilliant titles. But this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/00, updated on 04/10/00 (Useful, 89 readings)
Take a step into a world of fighting and fantasy with the hack-happy Dragon's Blood. From the story, which casts the hero as the fifth child of a fifth child, and therefore pre-ordained as a warrior to be blessed with the title 'Dragonsbane' then sent on a deadly mission in the service of his kingdom. The player can decide whether this hero is Cynric the knight, or Aoewyn the sorceress, but either way there are fifteen huge levels to negotiate each, connected via forests, swamps and mountainous passages. Naturally a hero isn't a hero without near insurmountable odds, so it's no surprise that these lands are teeming with creatures, fifteen different ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/00, updated on 25/02/01 (Somewhat useful, 62 readings)
This an absolutely amazing game. This has to be one of the most under-estimated game this year as it is just so playable. The graphics are good but not excellent and the same with the sound, the movies don't look spectacular either like with resident evil - code veronica but the playability is just incredible. I got this game and though yeah should be alright, when I started playing it I just could'nt put it down. There are fifteen large levels to get through and the game just gets really interesting when the plot unfolds. You can be one of two characters and the only problem with the game is that the game is the same with both characters so not much ... Read the complete review
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