Liege Dragon

KEMCO, Exe Create Inc.

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
56
Top Critic Average
Based on 4 critic reviews
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Liege Dragon

Rating Summary

Based on 4 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

56

Top Critic Average

Based on 4 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:Xbox OneAug 28, 2020
PCAug 30, 2020
Xbox Series X/SNov 10, 2020

Developer: Exe Create Inc.

Publisher: KEMCO

Genres: RPG, Strategy

With Abigore, the Evil Dragon, coming back to life, the kingdom of Blaze was thrown into confusion. Yuran who has lost his memory witnesses a village being destroyed, and heads for the capital hoping to find something he could do in this time of destruction. Here begins an adventure to find the Dragon Tools of the Three Heroes, to confront the revived dragon and bring peace to the world! Engage with hordes of monsters in turn-based battles, and make use of Sorcery Stones to learn skills! Attack enemies as a team using Unison triggered by the bonds between the allies. There are even more to enjoy in this magical adventure, such as various quests, weapons to upgrade, and a monster guide to complete!

Liege Dragon Critic Reviews

Liege Dragon is an okay RPG with all the right elements but bland gameplay.

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I will also say that I have enjoyed Liege Dragon more than some of the others from Kemco, too. There is a more solid narrative to it, and I really like the visual design of that combat system. Though, being entirely honest here, it was probably the sexy princess that got it over the line for me. That really is one very inspired costume design.

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Even though Liege Dragon isn't the best old-school RPG to be released in recent years, it still has its charms. The simplicity of it all can actually be kind of refreshing but it also makes tedium sink in much sooner than you'd hope.

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Liege Dragon is a rather boring adventure, and it didn’t do that well even as a remake. The game’s mechanics feel even more simplistic when combined with the rather unpleasant presentation, and when the old version from 2011 looks way prettier and more fitting of the simplicity, that’s a pretty sad sight to see for a remade game like this, and I feel that some sort of option or tribute to the game’s original look would have been a pretty neat feature to see.

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