Dragonheart: Fire & Steel Game Review (PS1)

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Developed by Funcom
Published by Acclaim Entertainment
1996

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45 COMMENTS

  1. Well, in Dragonheart, Draco wasn't exactly the main character, Bowen was. Draco was the lovable supporting character. It makes sense to make Bowen be the playable character in the video game as well

  2. This game wasn't made for the PS1 it was made for the sega Saturn and maybe for the sega genesis. not sure if you figured that out yet just herd you talking about it alot. not sure why they put it on PS1 but that is why the graphics are bad  

  3. I had that game when i was a kid.used to play it a lot.
    at that time i considered it to be pretty good and dufficult but it was funny even back then
    especiall the noises those characters made and the way that guy with a hoodie walked like he was stroking his dick while holding a sword.
    lol those were good times

  4. I can totally see Stan picking up this game after seeing the movie back in the day, and being like, its going to be so good.

  5. Stan. Are you in a "Medieval" mood? Then a good game for that is Lords of the Realm 2. Best combination of RTS and turn-based strategy until the "Total War" series later on.

  6. Hey stanburdman Could you do a review on Kingsley's Adventure?

    Id want to hear your opinion on it if you felt like it ^^

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