Haven't heard of Dragon's Lair?! Well, you play the heroic Dirk the Daring, a valiant knight on a quest to rescue the fair princess from the clutches of an evil dragon! Originally released in the summer of 1983, Dragon's Lair has solidified itself as a cultural icon in gaming.
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Haven't heard of Dragon's Lair?! Well, you play the heroic Dirk the Daring, a valiant knight on a quest to rescue the fair princess from the clutches of an evil dragon! Originally released in the summer of 1983, Dragon's Lair has solidified itself as a cultural icon in gaming.

Control the actions of the daring adventurer, finding your way through the castle of a dark wizard, who has enchanted it with treacherous monsters and obstacles. In the mysterious caverns below the castle, your odyssey continues against the awesome forces that oppose your efforts to reach the dragon’s lair.

Dragon’s Lair is a fully animated classic arcade game from legendary animator Don Bluth. You’ll make your way through the castle and caverns below and wield your sword against some strange creatures. Beware of your foes, as they are numerous!

Lead On Adventurer. Your Quest Awaits!


  • 720p HD Remastered Video
  • Original Arcade Release
  • Remastered Game Footage
  • Bonus Extras!


Mac OS X
    • OS:Windows XP SP3
    • Processor:1.8 GHz dual core CPU
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:256 MB GeForce 8800, Radeon 3850, or Intel HD 2000 Graphics
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:1 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX Compatible Sound Card
    • OS:Windows 7
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo at 2.2 GHz, or AMD Athlon 64 at 2.2 GHz
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:512 MB GeForce 220, Radeon 4550, Intel HD 3000 Graphics
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:1 GB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX Compatible Sound Card
    • OS:Snow Leopard 10.6.8, or later
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo Processor
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ntel HD3000 or better card with at least 256 MB VRAM
    • Hard Drive:1 GB HD space
    • OS:Snow Leopard 10.6.8, or later
    • Processor:Intel Core i Series Processor
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
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( 記録時間: 1.0 時間 )
投稿日: 5月27日
As someone who feeds off of classic arcade games, Dragon's Lair was no exception. This innovative gem revolves around laserdisc technology and that you can play in conjunction to the cutscenes happening on screen. The concept for newcomers is a little trifling, but the controls are very basic. Use the directional keys (WASD or arrows) to move you knight in shining armor, Dirk to avoid any hazard that occurs in the cutscenes. The one thing you need to be careful about is how you perform these inputs. A sound effect will give you the indication whether or not you made the right action. If you you get a buzzing sound Dirk will die in comedic fashion and you will have to start from the beginning of the cutscene. Three lives and it's game over. This game will require you to remember each of these cutscenes as they follow specific input patterns. One thing to take note of is the fact that this game has the habit of making you repeat certain scenes. It gets very obnoxius when you return to the same room for the thrid time, but at least by then you will have a pretty good sense of muscle memory of where to go. High scores can be saved and the game also features the option to play on a beginner mode such that the game will flash spcific directions just in case you haven't gotten your footing quite yet and still need more practice. This game is not very long, but it will challenge you to keep playing until you get to the dragon's keep and saving an unrealistically beautiful princess. For long time arcade fans this one is a must. For those looking for a challenge or just want to play something old school to pass the time, give this game a chance.
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( 記録時間: 13.6 時間 )
投稿日: 5月24日
A faithful recreation of a early arcade classic that would eat so many quarters it was nearly impossible to finish on a 80s kid's budget. The animation in this game still looks amazing to this day, short of finding a working laser disc Dragons Lair (good luck with that) this is as good as it gets. I would give negatives for the lack of steam overlay (this game is begging for screenshots) and trading cards etc. Bare bones but functional version of this classic gem, now please give us Thayers Quest. lol yea right.
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( 記録時間: 0.3 時間 )
投稿日: 5月15日
Don't buy it! Does not work on Windows 7. Regardless of what i tried. Be sure that it works on your System before you buy it, otherwise: It's a money trap, if you haven't inform yourself enough.
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( 記録時間: 0.8 時間 )
投稿日: 5月10日
Very faithful to the original game and finally by owning it I didn't go bankrupt to get through it all to the final scene.

It's a pity that we won't see too many similar games soon like Cobra Command.
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( 記録時間: 1.6 時間 )
投稿日: 5月8日
Dragon's Lair. Oh the memories and the quarters playing this game. When you walk by the machine in a store you just had to play it. I was only 10 when it came out never beat the game in the stores. I finally beat the game after 32 years and still living the Dragon's Lair dream so great.
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( 記録時間: 0.6 時間 )
投稿日: 5月1日
This is a classic for ♥♥♥♥♥♥s, so i couldn't resist. The footage is scaled not remastered, but it looks really good in HD widescreen format, and plays exactly the same.

Only downside is it's exclusive keyboard control setup, but if you buy the Controller Companion you can assign the key's to a controller and lay back, play like a boss.
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( 記録時間: 0.7 時間 )
投稿日: 4月22日
Princess Daphne.
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( 記録時間: 2.3 時間 )
投稿日: 4月21日
I just don't think I have the words to tell you how truly amazing this game is. I was always a fan of the Disney movies growing up and when I found out that Don and his Amazing Animators were going to take a stab and making a video game...well...lets just say I had to check it out for myself....but where?????? Where else, but Showbiz Pizza and low and behold there it was crowds all around daring to take their turn in the crazy castle in hopes of treasure and one very hot babe. I like the other snooks took my kicks but eventually figured out the correct sequences to actually beat the game.

If I told you this game was worth it, would you listen? The graphics have been redone to make it look absolutely amazing, and the various modes make it so you can play and try your hand yourself or simply just sit back and watch Dirk do his digs.

I recommend this game to anyone that like myself, dig the nostalgia and wants to relive some AWESOME memories.

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FaZe Hurb
( 記録時間: 2.6 時間 )
投稿日: 4月12日
Now a days we have war games like cod nor tf2 and counter strike, but back then, this game was like gold, fails of it is pretty funny, greatest part about it is, it's a reflex type game, I love those kind of games, I do like cod and others but I would suggest that this is the greatest game of the 80's.
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( 記録時間: 0.9 時間 )
投稿日: 4月9日

When I was a kid playing this, I dreamed of open world cartoon style games. Well now those have existed for years, and the controls and format of this seems extremely limited. But for it's time, it was amazing. I played this game in several arcades, and I had it (plus the Dragon Lair 2 and Space Ace) which I played extensively on my Amiga back in the day. It blew my little mind. It was like a Disney movie next to a bunch of tricolour pixel graphics. Despite it's reputation for breaking down, It's presence in 80's arcade towered above it's contemporaries. It was like playing a movie, a decade before CD-ROM games were a thing. And though this type of videodisk game was tried a bunch of times (sometimes with live graphics and light guns), they never really did a better job than the original Dragon's Lair.

This game belongs in the Arcade Hall of Fame. It's graphics were way beyond anything else release in the 80s (Google "best arcade games of the 80s"), and if you look at the best of the 90s, it's still at or near the top of the class for graphics (but not gameplay). For that reason alone, it's an amazing technological feat for 1983, and you should give it a try. But unless you played it in the 80s, you probably won't be nostalgic for it, and will find the controls frustrating, and barely touch it.
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29 人中 22 人 (76%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
記録時間: 0.5 時間
投稿日: 2014年11月1日
似たようなシーンの繰り返しがあり、SPACE ACEに比べるとテンポ悪く感じる。
30年以上前のアニメだが今見てもPrincess Daphneはエロい。

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投稿日: 2014年10月31日
very good . ★★★★★☆


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記録時間: 13.4 時間
投稿日: 2014年10月3日
In 1985 an arcade owner gave me a prize T-shirt that said "I Beat That Dirty Dragon at Video Command".

Today I finally earned it.
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75 人中 70 人 (93%) がこのレビューが参考になったと投票しました
記録時間: 1.4 時間
投稿日: 2013年10月20日
In a nutshell: this release of Dragon's Lair is as perfect a version of the original laserdisc game from 1983 as you're likely ever to need, for better or worse.

Here's some longer thoughts on the game...

For anyone old enough to have frequented arcades in 1983 you'll undoubtedly remember the stir Dragon's Lair caused when it was released. I vividly recall seeing the local game with a second television monitor mounted atop the cabinet so that the crowds of people standing around could still see the game playing even from a distance, and when *anybody* made it to the end to face off with the dragon there's was a clamor of excitement. That was 30 years ago. Video games were so primitve back then that not only were characters limited in visual appeal and animation but gameplay too was barely more than a joystick moving in 4 directions and tapping a button. In that context Dragon's Lair soared above the rest with its genuine cartoon animation and even the stilted mash-buttons-and-learn-patterns gameplay wasn't too off putting.

In 2013 however Dragon's Lair has little to offer anyone who didn't fall in love with the game back then. The gameplay is only slightly more compelling than hitting the fast forward and skip buttons on your DVD player, and there's grade school fan fiction of King Arthur that's deeper than the plot put in motion here. The animation is very competent and Princess Daphne is a riot of laughter with her breathless exclamations and anatomy that should be poking holes in her costume. Thankfully there are options to make the game easier to play from on-screen prompts to just watching all the sequences play automatically... a much appreciated choice because it gets really tedious playing some sequences over and over because the timing isn't split-second accurate. There are "achievements" for playing the game in arcade hard mode (no audio or visual prompts) but that's strictly for the masochistic.

For the life of me I can't understand why the video files aren't in 1080p HD quality... it's 720p instead which makes me wonder if there's going to be yet another release somewhere down the line. I also would have liked to get a proper freeze frame mode in order to do animation analysis, and for some reason I wasn't able to take any screengrabs while playing. Very odd.

But, I did pay money for this and I definitely feel like I enjoyed my purchase.
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記録時間: 1.3 時間
投稿日: 2015年7月18日
Faulty's scorecard :-

1) Essential purchase
2) Recommended purchase
3) Recommended purchase during a sale
4) Not recommended unless heavily discounted
5) Not even recommended for Steam game collectors

Save me!

Dragon's Lair is a bit of an odd duck to review because behind all the cultural significance to video gaming history, the revolutionary graphics for its time and the addictive and compelling nature the game fostered in the arcades back in 1983 (countless 20 cent pieces were fed into the belly of this beast) is an incredibly short little adventure that has unfortunately not aged particularly well at all. Yes, video game purists are going to probably hang me out to dry and disagree vehemently with my opinion but I am totally fine with that. While I agree video games were most definitely a lot simpler back then that does not automatically give them free passes when looked at with a more modern eye. One can after all still admire them through the historical lens that captures the passage of time even if one no longer enjoys them. Divorcing the nostalgia from the actual reality; Dragon's Lair sadly ends up not being particularly good at all where it counts the most - actual gaming. While it may have succeeded on many other levels, gaming was certainly not one of them. While I agree it had us captivated in the early eighties the distance of a few decades has shown the gameplay up for what it really is - a gimmicky trinket.

From a game culture and historical standpoint I admire Dragon's Lair more and there is no denying that Dragon's Lair had a massive impact on the then gaming landscape and was pretty much a technical marvel at the time and was a pretty dam fine showcase of what could be achieved when it came to the medium especially since the industry was going through some serious growing pains after its collapse in 1982. When I look at Dragon's Lair from this standpoint I wholeheartedly agree that the game deserves its place in video gaming history as something to be admired - not necessarily enjoyed or loved though. One has to remember that at the time video games weren't particularly pleasing to the eye as they are today and to have a game come out that looked like a moving Disney cartoon (it was animated by ex Disney employee Don Bluth who made a bit of a splash in the early eighties with movies like All Dogs Go to Heaven and An American Tail) while containing gameplay elements was unthinkable at the time. It's for this reason the game remains so popular amongst those who grew up in the era.

By today's gaming standards Dragon's Lair feels a bit old hat as gameplay solely consists of quick time events that drive the narrative forward. The player will simply have to rely on a series of button prompts that interject as the tale unfolds to progress. There are no combat sequences at all which makes sense since the actual animation around the game was never programmed as such and are simply video reels that get executed based on the input the user enters at various interludes. While back in the early eighties this may have been a novel approach - today's gaming climate takes a very different view on QTE implementations in games with most of us agreeing that they truly do suck the donkeys balls and offer the player very little involvement in the action that is taking place on screen bar a few prompts to mash a button here or a button there.

The objective of the game is simple enough though. You take on the role of a brave knight called Dirk the Daring on a quest to rescue the fair princess Daphne from the clutches of an evil dragon and the animation is still as lovely to watch as it was back then in the day. The port is as bare bones as they come though. Considering the signifigance of this title in the annals of history it would have been nice to have a few documentaries included in the menu to expand a bit on the experience and why the game was and still remains so popular to this day amongs us old timers. The PC version for some reason though does not play nice and proper with a gamepad (which I sadly could not get to work even though I know this game was released on both PS3 and the XBox 360) which is a bit odd given that this PC version would not allow me to select a controller as my desired input device.

If you are planning on purchasing Dragon's Lair and want to add a little bit of history to your library then I would say go for it. Just don't expect that history not to be swathed in cobwebs and decades of dust when you finally get around to installing and playing it.

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記録時間: 2.9 時間
投稿日: 2013年11月26日
Very good game, but a few things to keep in mind before buying this game:
1. It's nothing but quick time events, so you're not really controlling where he goes, meaning no exploration
2. This was originally an arcade game, so you can beat the game in half an hour
3. There are different difficulties and the original arcade mode to play, so it has replayability.

Don't buy the game if you want a long game to fill your time.
Buy the game if you want a quick thing to play, and enjoy classic animations and arcade games
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