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Dragon Knight II

Dragon Knight II (TGCD) game cover art
Platform: Turbografx-CD
Genre: RPG (Fantasy)
Developer: elf

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Released
JP
08/07/1992
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Reader Reviews

Dragon Knight II review

Reviewed January 10, 2005

darkfact says: "Enter the realm of Phoenix and take a brief look at your surroundings. You’ll see them hanging around the town cemetery, serving drinks at the crowded tavern, standing by idly as transactions take place within the local shops. Girls with blonde hair, girls with blue hair, and girls with green hair. Girls dressed elegantly and girls dressed in bunny outfits. Cute girls. Sly girls. Vivacious girls. Beautiful girls. And not a man in sight. "
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