Dragons Lair (Blu-ray) (1983)
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|Become Dirk The Daring, a brave but bumbling knight is out to save Princess Daphne - again : Control Dirk as he fights through Mordroc's castle and its many dangers : New characters combine with advanced cel-shaded graphics for a bigger, better adventure : Digitally restored and enhanced with 5.1 Surround Sound : Features interviews with original creator Don Bluth, Gary Goldman and Rick Dyer : Comes with full-length visual commentary on the game : All special features presented in 1080p|
"...a revolutionary achievement in video game development. Robert C. Waltham, TheCritics.org
Editor's NoteFans of the revolutionary cartoon arcade game can test their response skills once again as Don Bluth's DRAGON'S LAIR comes home in a special edition that allows players to guide Dirk the Daring through treacherous medieval trappings from the comfort of their own living rooms. The Castle of the Dark Wizard is no place for the faint of heart, and if the fair princess is to be saved, gamers must confront a fire-breathing beast with a particular taste for valiancy.
|Dan Molina - Voice Of|
|Don Bluth - Director|
|Lucille Bliss - Voice Of|
|Marty Foulger, et. al. - Writer|
|Michael Rye - Voice Of|
|Rick Dyer - Producer|
|Vera Pacheco - Voice Of|
Another format of the game4/25/2013
This game glitches every time you lose by sending you to a random stage, BUT THAT DOESN'T MATTER! because you still must pass every stage to get to the dragon, so it doesn't matter if the stages are random u still are playing the game as it should be. Besides, if u need more practice with the same stage u can press main menu to star again from the beginning.
Just like I remember it for the computer.....only6/13/2007
It's HD and computer game for your BlueRay player. Pretty kewl they came out with this. I think it sets the way for more interactive movies in the future. Games don't only have to be on individual systems now. Just food for thought.
A blast from the past6/11/2007
Yep, I was one of the kids dumping my quarters into Dragon's Lair when I was a kid. So, I was pretty amazed when I found that this was available for the PS3, which I had bought in March. It's pretty well put together, with EXCELLENT video rendering of the exact original game, and interesting commentary by Don Bluth and original developers. Cool footage shows how the video has improved over the years across several systems. My only frustration so far is that even on Easy, it's pretty tough, since you only get one shot on each sequence. Wrong move, and Dirk's dead. Plus, the game moves on to the next sequence without letting you try, try again to get a sequence right. Maybe you can set it to let you do this, but I haven't found any option like that. Overall, a neat pickup just for its nostalgic value.