11 July, 2010

I Of The Dragon

I Of The Dragon

Developer(s) Primal Software
Publisher(s) Strategy First
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) November 4, 2004
Genre(s) Action RPG
Mode(s) Single-player

I of the Dragon has some short-term appeal, but over time it makes you feel like a glorified exterminator, tediously

eliminating an endless stream of generic monsters for no real reason.

I of the Dragon is an action RPG with a couple of things in its favor. Instead of letting you play as the typical

barbarian or mage, this fantasy game lets you take to the skies as a dragon. It also requires you to do some tactical

thinking instead of relying solely on brute force. Beyond that, it's generic fare marred by numbing missions and

repetitive combat, not to mention a wholly forgettable gameworld. I of the Dragon isn't actually a bad game, just a

strikingly unimaginative one. In short bursts it can be fun, but over the long haul it becomes a real snoozer.

System requirements

Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
Pentium III 600MHz Processor128MB RAM
1.5GB Hard Disk Space
DirectX 8.1
16MB DirectX compatible Video Card
DirectX compatible Sound Card