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The bold and the beautiful.

Dragon's Lair Trilogy is now available DRM-free on GOG.com. It contains both Dragon's Lair games, plus their sci-fi cousin Space Ace.

Even if you've never tried Dragon's Lair or Dragon's Lair: Time Warp before, it's hard to ignore their pop-culture footprint. A pretty straightforward story of a heroic knight braving all sorts of traps to save a princess in distress, made into an arcade legend thanks to the fluid animation, beautiful cartoon visuals, and...erm...challenging QTEs that bankrupted many a wee lad.

Its sci-fi counterpart, Space Ace, stars the intrepid Ace as he tries to grow the hell up and win back the lovely Kimberly. Would be nice if he could also thwart Borf's unsavory plan and save the rest of humanity from being reduced to defenseless infants.

All three games have been remastered and contain sweet extras, like interviews with the creators or insights on how their amazing animation came to be.
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Fairfox: anyhoohar
why does this title has so many releases ovah so many years
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why does it seem to nevah get it rite?

as somebody naht existin' back then wuts actual lee gud 'boot it
liek
is it really just peeps who are nostalgic ovah perdy non-cgi cartoon era?
which is fine
buuut shirley tahts 'boot it other than happy memories (c: nostalgia)

i want 2 learn buuut i dont get it
It's okay. I don't understand what you're going on about either (wink).
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Catmancer: I read trilogy and thought the third drangon's lair was gonna be including forgetting that space ace is usually bundled inthe collection. I'm excited either way!
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Lucian_Galca: I was confused about that too as I was pretty sure there wasn't a third Dragon's Lair game with the QTE gameplay. There is this however:

http://www.mobygames.com/game/windows/dragons-lair-3d-return-to-the-lair
Yup, that's the game I was talking about, but I figured they wouldn't include it because it's so different.
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GOG.com: The bold and the beautiful.

Dragon's Lair Trilogy is now available DRM-free on GOG.com. It contains both Dragon's Lair games, plus their sci-fi cousin Space Ace.

Even if you've never tried Dragon's Lair or Dragon's Lair: Time Warp before, it's hard to ignore their pop-culture footprint. A pretty straightforward story of a heroic knight braving all sorts of traps to save a princess in distress, made into an arcade legend thanks to the fluid animation, beautiful cartoon visuals, and...erm...challenging QTEs that bankrupted many a wee lad.

Its sci-fi counterpart, Space Ace, stars the intrepid Ace as he tries to grow the hell up and win back the lovely Kimberly. Would be nice if he could also thwart Borf's unsavory plan and save the rest of humanity from being reduced to defenseless infants.

All three games have been remastered and contain sweet extras, like interviews with the creators or insights on how their amazing animation came to be.
Hi,

I need to know if they made improvement to remove the guessing on those games.

I have played a Dragon's Lair game in the past, and the action you had to do was indicated on the screen, it was challenging enough. However on the original Dragon's Lair, I remember it was pure guess work and sometimes the action made no sense at all.

There's no 2 hours refund policy on gog so before I buy I need to make sure because if it's a 1:1 of the arcade game I am not interested
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Zangdaarr: Hi,

I need to know if they made improvement to remove the guessing on those games.

I have played a Dragon's Lair game in the past, and the action you had to do was indicated on the screen, it was challenging enough. However on the original Dragon's Lair, I remember it was pure guess work and sometimes the action made no sense at all.

There's no 2 hours refund policy on gog so before I buy I need to make sure because if it's a 1:1 of the arcade game I am not interested
This is the same version as being sold on Steam AFAIK, so you could check it out there.