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Dragon’s Lair - The Adventure Continues (Prototype)

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  • Система: Sega MegaDrive, 32x
  • Жанр: Arcade, Platform
  • Тип: Side View, All Directions, 2D
  • Игроков: 1
  • Разработчик: Elite Systems, Eden Entertainment, Taito
  • Год выпуска: 1994

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It was going to be released in 1994, and I believe it was another case of a game not being released because the Mega Drive/Genesis market support was starting to diminish from that year on.

In Europe it’s clear why it wasn’t released. Elite Systems was the European publisher and despite having some titles in development (Joe & Mac which was released by Takara in North America and some absolutely unreleased games like Kartoon Kombat, Wacky Races and this one), they discontinued their Mega Drive support earlier than expected and ended up not releasing a single game at all for the platform.

In North America it’s not that clear. Some last minute business decision from Taito maybe, who also left unreleased the Mega Drive/Genesis version of Lufia & The Fortress of Doom. Since this prototype bears the Taito logo, it’s pretty much what would have been the retail North American release.


Dragon’s Lair: The Adventure Continues is an unfinished Sega Mega Drive port of Bluth Group/Motivetime’s 1993 SNES platformer Dragon’s Lair/Dragon’s Magic (a sequel to the original Dragon’s Lair) that was being developed by Elite Systems, Eden Entertainment, and Taito (or at least their American branch) presumably in 1994 (according to the ROM header; the game itself doesn’t say). It was cancelled for unknown reasons and has every level playable (though whether or not the port itself is complete is unknown). A prototype was discovered and dumped by MrMark0673 in the summer of 2011 on the SegaAge forum.

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