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Dragon Knight

Dragon Knight (XSX) game cover art
Platform: X68000
Tags: RPG, First-Person, Hentai
Developer: elf


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Dragon Knight review

Reviewed February 01, 2009

Zigfried says: "Dragon Knight's success propelled development house Elf to the heights of respect, insofar as a company that produces hentai video games could possibly be respected. Due in large part to the success of Dragon Knight, a significant portion of their catalog was ported to the PC Engine and Sega Saturn, able to be enjoyed by the impressionable children of unsuspecting parents."
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