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Rise of the Dragon

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Platform: PC
Genre: Graphic Adventure
Developer: Dynamix

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Rise of the Dragon review

Reviewed January 17, 2007

Sho says: "After the mayor’s daughter becomes the latest victim of a new drug that fatally mutates its users into twisted monstrosities, Blade reluctantly finds himself entangled with both the underworld Triads and an ancient Chinese prophecy proclaiming him the destined hero who either saves the world or gets “torn into thousands of itty-bitty pieces by the Evil One.”"
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