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Dragon Tales: Dragon Seek

Dragon Tales: Dragon Seek (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Zed Two

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11/29/2000
EU
??/??/2001
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Reader Reviews

Dragon Tales: Dragon Seek review

Reviewed March 09, 2004

falsehead says: "Dragon Tales - Dragon Seek is part of an evil plot by the powers that be to distort the fragile minds of children and turn them against videogames for good. You see Dragon Tales is a game aimed at very young kids, a cutesy, wutesy hide and seek game where you play either a nauseating boy or girl who go to the land of dragons to play with their little cute dragon friends. "
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