Dragon - The Bruce Lee Storya game by Virgin
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More than two years after the movie's release, Acclaim finally brings Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story home to Genesis owners. Unfortunately for fighting fans, the game is as disappointing as the movie.
In this side-view fighter, up to three players can battle it up, or up to two players can work together to combat Bruce's legions of enemies. The Story mode follows the stages of the great martial artist's life, from the dojo to the movie studio. To progress, you must defeat all Lee's adversaries in an episode. While you're in combat, the object is not only to win, but also to collect chi. The more chi you collect, the better Bruce fights.
Controlling Bruce can get rough. Initially, you'll helplessly watch him jump and flip all over the screen while your opponent sizes you up for the big blow. But once you get the hang of it, the moves are simple to perform. You'll be kicking up a storm in no time.
The graphics are average at best, devoid of the detail and imagination needed to fuel a fighter these days. The sound and music lack intensity. They're missing in action altogether in the eerily mute movie sequences.
Dragon Lacks Fire
There's nothing special about this fighter, other than the fact that it's about Bruce Lee. This martial arts demigod and his fans deserve better.
- When you're in close, use fast moves like the knee lunge or quick punch. You can whack the enemy with multiple hits, then set up for a throw.
- In the bonus round, hit the bottom pad for maximum points. Practice this round as much as possible: It's the easiest way to collect chi.
- Learn the stomp technique. It's extremely important for finishing off your opponent
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