Alisia Dragoon Sega Genesis Review and Video Review, Images, Gameplay - Classic Game Room
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Alisia Dragoon - Sega Genesis

Alisia Dragoon is a fabulous fantasy adventure that feels like Thexder meets Golden Axe on the almighty Sega Genesis. Play as Alisia who electrocutes enemies from afar and works with a team of dragons, fire balls and boomerang throwing lizards!!
  • Release date: 1992
  • Genre: Platformer
  • Developer: Game Arts / Gainax
  • Publisher: Game Arts
  • Players: 1-Player
  • Donated by: Ben from Buffalo, NY, USA
  • SpaceVault page Created by: CGR
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nycgamer
cool side scroller rpg adventure game worth it for $10
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jmf465
TO AMAZON.com
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dynamo8
Fun game indeed. . .though the cover doesn't really match the in-game character, why is that?
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scarecrowchan
The overseas releases changed the artwork on the packaging from what it was originally for whatever reason. I prefer the original artwork.
 
scarecrowchan
One of the greats. Really fun and challenging little game. I always recommended this to people if they're looking for a great game on the Mega Drive. Great sound and graphics, but most importantly above all that other stuff is that it's fun.
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400krispykremes
This game is fun from start to finish. It's fun to level up your pets and Alisia controls really well and feels way powerful. More than worth the time to play it, and well worth the price as well. Which is reasonable.
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chronictron
This is an amazing game. I really love how you can change up what pets you use, but over all its a great performer with good music and great replay value.
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shark69
what fun and not really known title.Love to just listen too the game ..visuals are amazine on the 16 bit powerhouse...great fun pick it up
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Limelight
This game really showed what the Genesis could do. Music, graphics, game play, this has it all.
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nycgamer
Great Action kind of rpgish game for the Genesis not well know by all but true games will be aware of it. Worth $10 if you see it and I would pick it up!
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kami
Remember a time when anime had a magical mysterious air about it? Think back to before the medium had to pander to paedophiles, think way back to the late 80's to mid 90's. Think of classics like Laputa, Nausicaa and Escaflowne. Now here is a game that very finely captures the atmosphere of such classics, and unlike modern games does so using passive narrative techniques like graphics and music in lieu of walls of text or hours drab of dialog. Play this game and be transported back.
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gabrielv
Unique and hard as nails. This is a shooty platformer with lots of exploration and powering up not only your main character, but also a selection of pets. It has a visual and audio style which looks great and is all it's own. While tough, the game controls great and getting killed always prompts me to want to get started again to do right where I had gone wrong. However the difficulty and length of levels are the only things which prevent me from rating it higher. Sometimes it wears thin.
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Squid Invasion
Its really fun and an interesting platformer on the Mega drive, it does get quite challenging at times and needs lots of replaying which is common for games of the era. Great for anyone wanting something more out of a platformer and a game with a lot of replay value.
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adamagro
Very fun game!
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ben73
Alisia Dragoon is a Platforming experience that only The Sega Genesis can deliver! With solid controls, great visual style, and that unmistakable Genesis music and sound effects, it's a must have for any collector.
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