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Emerald Dragon

Emerald Dragon (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Genre: RPG
Developer: Media Works

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
07/28/1995

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Staff Reviews

Emerald Dragon review

Reviewed January 30, 2009

Rob Hamilton says: "Unfortunately for Atrushan, there is a bit of a curse on the land, making it very deadly for dragons to venture there (the reason they're confined to their own isolated realm). However, it doesn't take him long (a tiny tutorial dungeon) to gain a relic that transforms him into a human, allowing him to seek out Tamryn and teach the game's assorted bad guys that when a dragon's pledged to protect a girl, it doesn't pay to be attempting a hostile takeover of the land she's calling home."
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