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'Polish up your helmet (fnarr), grab your mighty chopper (fnarr fnar) and let's go slay some dragons
Dragon's Blood (DC)
Dragon's Blood (DC)
Date: 10/09/00, updated on 10/09/00 (107 review reads)
Advantages: Great fun
Disadvantages: A tad Repetitive,
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 wonderful; forests are lush and verdant, dungeons are particularly dank and menacing and they all radiate that ‘medieval times' feel that you'd expect here. It's a good job, because you'll spend plenty of time exploring them -- if they didn't look this good, you'd get rather bored.
When I look, i couldnt understand why nobody has written an opinion on Dragons blood.
It is a great game to play and if you purchase it you will not be dissapointed.
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