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Challenge of the Dragon

Challenge of the Dragon (NES) game cover art
Platform: NES
Genre: Fighting Action (Brawler)
Developer: Color Dreams

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Challenge of the Dragon review

Reviewed July 22, 2009

Rob Hamilton says: "Meanwhile, you have "Dragon Style Kung Fu", which consists of flailing about with a tiny sword, tapping foes with your foot and executing an amazingly awkward jumping kick. The ghost of David Carradine is not impressed."
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