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  • Summary: Join forces with elves and dwarves, and slay the evil dragon, Wyrmvarg in a retro-style fantasy RPG!

    Set out in search of the legendary weapons to free the world from the rule of Wyrmvarg! Employing 8-bit graphics and sound that hark back to the golden era of RPGs, Dragon Sinker brings
    Join forces with elves and dwarves, and slay the evil dragon, Wyrmvarg in a retro-style fantasy RPG!

    Set out in search of the legendary weapons to free the world from the rule of Wyrmvarg!

    Employing 8-bit graphics and sound that hark back to the golden era of RPGs, Dragon Sinker brings a visual and audio feast to the table of hungry gamers starving for the nostalgia of the great classics of yesteryear!

    Scour the world in search of new companions and collect more than 16 jobs! Then lead up to 12 party members into turn-based battles and swap freely between 3 teams to take on a host of powerful foes! And if that were not exciting enough, character costumes also change according to their job, giving pixel lovers something even more to look forward to!

    Plus, with plenty of subquests for the hero to tackle and secret dungeons to explore, this is one adventure not soon to be forgotten!
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  1. May 15, 2017
    70
    Dragon Sinker might be one of KEMCO's best titles to date. With some 50 games already in their catalogue, Dragon Sinker stands out because it doesn't just settle for being like its influences. It finds incredibly clever ways to enhance the experience it has, and while much of what the player is doing is the same old song and dance, those little off beats more than make up for it.
  2. May 8, 2017
    50
    It doesn't pass muster as one of the 3DS's better offerings, but neither did I experience great hatred for Dragon Sinker while playing it. It offers enough engagement to not fade from the mind swiftly, without justifying someone's immediate and unswerving attention due to the plethora of superior options out there. Saying it's better than most items published by Kemco may not be great praise, but it's accurate.