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|DRAGON SLAYER IV: DraSlay Family|
|- Dragon Slayer 4: DraSle Family ドラゴンスレイヤーIVドラスレファミリー -|
|Japanese to English translation for MSX2 by MSX.Translations|
|Download patch version 1.0.0 in RAR, ZIP or LHA/LZH|
|You can find more information and comments about the translation in this forum post on MRC.|
In a distant past, there was a woodcutters family who lived at the outskirts
of a small forest. Inside their house Grandmother was talking to her
"Long ago, there was a very violent dragon in this vicinity that was
terrorising the villagers. Soon a wizard came from a country to the north,
confined the dragon in a fresco and buried him deep inside the ground. Take a
look at that picture. That wizard was your great-grandfather!"
When Grandmother pointed to the picture hanging on the wall, their pet Pochi
entered the door, holding some sharp object in his mouth. Wasn't that a scale
from the dragon that should be buried deep within the ground?!! When they saw
this, Father and Mother, realising the dragon is starting to revive, began to
make preparations to go to the underground dungeon. They will slay the revived
dragon. That is their true line of work.
"You won't be able to win from something like a dragon!"
Father smiled and responded to his concerned children: "Everything will be
all right, there is a Dragon Slayer."
The Dragon Slayer. It's a magical sword; the only weapon that can bring down
the dragon. Therefore it is protected by 4 hidden crowns.
"We can help you look for the crowns too, if it's okay with you, Dad." "Of
course it is. If everyone cooperates, we will surely beat the dragon."
Where are those 4 crowns, which protect the Dragon Slayer? Can they really
defeat the dragon?
Now the journey of their adventure has begun.
|Also available for these systems: |
NES (Legacy of the Wizard but almost the same game)
|Systems with other games in this series: |
NEC PC-88, NEC PC-98, FM-7, Sharp X1, Sharp X68000, NES, TurboGrafx-16, MS-DOS, Super Cassette Vision, Game Boy, Mega Drive, Satellaview, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Microsoft Windows, Dreamcast, Virtual Console