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Dragon Knight III

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


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Staff Reviews

Dragon Knight III review

Reviewed August 02, 2007

Sho says: "Originally released on the PC-98, the 16-bit Japanese computer mostly known for Policenauts and porn, Dragon Knight III continues the perverted misadventures of Takeru, our noble knight-errant who slays the wicked with his trusty sword and pleasures all the comely maids with his mighty lance."
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