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  • Summary: Experience an all-new old adventure!

    Fight your way through hordes of strange, silly, and scary monsters! Explore the caves, castles, and dungeons of an ancient evil! Meet warriors, princes, pirates, zombies, and crazy old woodsmen in huge world of epic retro RPG adventure! Authentic
    Experience an all-new old adventure!

    Fight your way through hordes of strange, silly, and scary monsters! Explore the caves, castles, and dungeons of an ancient evil! Meet warriors, princes, pirates, zombies, and crazy old woodsmen in huge world of epic retro RPG adventure!

    Authentic 8-bit artwork and an original soundtrack by renowned Bay Area 8-bit musician, Crash-faster keeps the game true to its retro roots.

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    - Chapter 1 -
    Join Ogden, a hero who's been written off as past his prime as he goes on a new adventure to reclaim his past glory...

    - Chapter 2 -
    Prince Anders of Wester discovers the secrets beneath Castle Wester. Team up with Lt. Chester 'Chest' Manstrong of the Westerian Army and unravel the mysteries behind King Wester's disappearance. But beware the mysterious mercenary, Serpent Diablo. Is he friend or foe?

    - Chapter 3 -
    Help Jerald, an adventurous thief, and his niece Ramona escape from the increasingly dangerous desert empire of Sandheim. A mysterious amulet will change their lives forever, and only one of them will make it to safety.

    - Intermission M -
    Intermission M is our fan letter to the glorious world of Minecraft! Join the Woodsman and Ramona as they help a certain mysterious stranger recover his magic swedish hat! Along the way, you'll need to master the art of crafting weapons and armor to face the evil mobs living in this bizarre world. But you won't have to face them alone - learn to recruit monsters and you'll be able to enlist their aid in your quest.
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  1. Apr 29, 2013
    70
    As it is now, Dragon Fantasy Book I is an enjoyable experience that will sit well with those looking for a decent throwback to earlier RPGs.
  2. Apr 25, 2013
    70
    Dragon Fantasy is an unimaginative and dull adventure from days when we only imagine games were better. Even fans of retro JRPGs should put Dragon Fantasy pretty low on their to-play lists.
  3. Apr 30, 2013
    40
    As a longtime JRPG fan, I appreciate the irony. I can’t count the number of times I’ve defended the genre from people claiming it’s a mindless exercise of mash-X-until-you-win, but throwbacks like Dragon Fantasy don’t make the stigma any easier to dispel. Games like Cthulhu Saves the World and Anodyne show us that it’s possible to celebrate classic genres while still employing interesting design.
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  1. May 2, 2013
    9
    This is a great little throwback to the era of Dragon Warrior and Dragon Quest, with a humorous twist on the formula. If you liked those oldThis is a great little throwback to the era of Dragon Warrior and Dragon Quest, with a humorous twist on the formula. If you liked those old games, you will enjoy Dragon Fantasy.

    Also, the ps3 and Vita versions have a graphical upgrade that makes it look more like a 16 bit game instead of 8 bit.
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