Dragon's Lair creaks onto DS

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Aged arcade adventure revived for the dual screens with added rumble support

Retro geeks and gaming granddads will know all about Dragon's Lair - the massively popular 1983 adventure and the first game to use laser disc technology. Now it's being remade for DS.... read more

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Dragon's Lair creaks onto DS

Postby nick_gc » 28 Jun 2007, 11:30

What a load of pants. You can't play this over two screens.
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Re: Dragon's Lair creaks onto DS

Postby roger4000 » 28 Jun 2007, 11:37

nick_gc wrote:What a load of pants. You can't play this over two screens.


AGREED!
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Postby boskersrevenge » 28 Jun 2007, 12:04

It was unplayable first time around.
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Postby FunkYellowMonkey » 28 Jun 2007, 13:30

looks swish tho! :lol:
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Re: Dragon's Lair creaks onto DS

Postby deadmartyr » 28 Jun 2007, 13:44

roger4000 wrote:
nick_gc wrote:What a load of pants. You can't play this over two screens.


AGREED!


Agreed again - the gap would clearly disrupt things. As if the game wasn't particularly bad enough as it is, let alone this dual screen usage.
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