Dragon Knight & Grafitti [Model NAPR-1046]

The NEC PC-Engine CD Game by NEC Avenue, Ltd.

DESCRIPTION

Emulated in MAME ! [CONSOLE] NEC PC-Engine CD Game

Dragon Knight & Grafitti © 1995 NEC Avenue, Limited.


Dragon Knight and Graffiti is a semi-erotic dungeon crawler by Elf and is an exclusive enhanced remake of the first Dragon Knight originally released in 1989. The game tells the story of Yamato Takeru, a wandering knight, whose adventures lead to the land of Strawberry Fields only ruled by women. Terrible events have unfolded in the nearby town and the Goddess Tower that used to protect the inhabitants of the province has been overtaken by an army of Dragon Knights and their pet dragons. Queen Luna bids Takeru to investigate the situation and to descend into the doomed tower to retrieve the six stolen gems of Adriana. Dragon Knight and Graffiti is played in first-person perspective and fights are turn-based and occur randomly. The player is however free to leave the tower at anytime (as long as he can survive and reach the exit safely) to pay a visit to the local store (to purchase new weapons and armors), talk to the queen at the palace, save the game in progress, visit the church to refill his health and magic or talk to the prophetess Obaba to gather important information or essential items. Although Takeru's main weapon is his sword, he can also use a short selection of magic spells to restore health or damage a group of enemies at once. After each battle experience points and gold are earned in order to evolve Takeru to the next level. Enemies become more and more relentless as time goes by and it takes the player quite a bit of time to catch up and eventually reach a comfortable level. Dragon Knight and Graffiti also includes a special picture gallery (hence the 'graffiti' suffix) directly accessed from the game's main menu.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Game ID: NAPR-1046

TRIVIA

Dragon Knight & Grafitti was released on March 31, 1995 in Japan for 7800 Yen.

SOURCES
Game's ROM.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com

Page last modified on January 07, 2014