Dragon Saber

Dragon Saber

Whereas Dragon Spirit was a multi-format conversion, only Turbo-Grafx / PC Engine users initially got to play the lesser-known sequel at home. Gameplay-wise, little has changed from the original, as both games are vertically-scrolling shoot 'em ups...

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Name Dragon Saber
Alternate Name
Doragon Seiba
Alternate Name
Dragon Saber: After Story of Dragon Spirit
Japan
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Platform NEC TurboGrafx-16
Release Date December 27, 1991
Game Type Released
ESRB Not Rated
Developers Now Production
Publishers Namco
Genres Shooter
Max Players 2
Cooperative Yes
Rating

Community Rating: 3.56
Total Votes: 25
Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_Saber
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Overview
Whereas Dragon Spirit was a multi-format conversion, only Turbo-Grafx / PC Engine users initially got to play the lesser-known sequel at home. Gameplay-wise, little has changed from the original, as both games are vertically-scrolling shoot 'em ups putting you in control of a dragon. You are flying over built-up land, complete with rivers and their banks. The enemies and waves can be shot or avoided - shooting them reveals extra points as well as the occasional power-up. Ground units are shooting at you but can't be shot back, so be careful which parts of the screen you occupy at which times. The game now supports two-player simultaneous gameplay: Huey, the blue dragon, and Siria, the red dragon, are player one and player two respectively.
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