Video games in the 80s only depicted a certain amount of pixels on the screen. Fortunately, that didn't hold developers back from pushing the limits of the available hardware to play with our imagination by creating beautiful, handsome characters.
Announced back in March, the Xbox Live port of Dragon's Lair was dated for May 18 by Microsoft yesterday. The game will feature Kinect support, allowing you to jump out of the way of the Lizard King and dodge the columns on the mechanical horse, if you so prefer. Digital Leisure is handling the port and the Kinect…
We don't often associate Disney with video games - not outside of its current push as a publisher, anyway - but in the late 1970's, turmoil at the famous animation studio inadvertently led to the creation of two arcade classics.
What game could Nintendo have possibly chosen as the 500th downloadable title for the Wii? It would have to be something super, yet smashing at the same time. The mind boggles!
When it landed in 1983, Dragon's Lair was truly unlike anything ever seen in an arcade. The gorgeous cartoon visuals not only justified an unthinkable 50-cent spend back then, they became the most memorable of pre-crash arcade classics.
Congratulations to Michael N. of Utah, who gave the correct answer - well, one of four correct answers, actually - and was chosen from 586 correct entries to win a Blu-Ray Dragon's Lair signed by the game's creators.
Classic laserdisc adventure Dragon's Lair is headed to Nintendo's DSiWare download service, according to a new rating from Germany's USK ratings board. Potentially good news for a game that was once bound for a regular Nintendo DS release.
I spent most of my time at California Extreme reminding myself why I never beat Dragon's Lair, but other people were busy winning tournaments and stuff at the massive arcade and pinball show.
There's something terribly familiar about wandering around a dilapidated insane asylum with crazy people ahead of you and instant-death traps all around you.