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Super Nintendo (SNES)
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Kemco, Infogrames




Role Playing (RPG) (Action RPG)


"Four elements form the universe. Two poles govern these elements. These eight principles proceed from all. All is as the Phoenix." -Methration Ultimate Magus

When the dragons were destroyed, a new world was born. But, the humans may be destroyed. The humans failed to heed the gods' advice and wiped out the dragons. So the gods made a new world. One for the Drakkhen; half human, half dragon. The new Drakkhen island world was divided into four parts. They were earth, fire, air, and water. Each area is ruled by two Drakkhens. The human world is in danger of being destroyed by the Drakkhen. But the gods have granted the humans a final chance for survival. They will be spared if they can collect the eight tears on Drakkhen island. Start your quest by inquiring at prince Hordkhen's castle. His castle lies before you. Go fourth!! May luck be with you!!

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Megadrive 04/18/2018 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Very old fashioned adventure with very primitive graphics that feels more like a collection of random events and battles over which you have no control than a narrative story.

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10/19/2018 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

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I first played “Drakkhen” a long, long time ago, when it was first released on the SNES in 1991. I didn’t know at the time that it was a port of a PC game, which itself was a port of an Amiga game (if you’d have asked me what an Amiga was, I would have told you, ‘it’s Spanish for friend’). I was just coming into my identity as a Fantasy nerd, and would snap up pretty much anything with a picture of a dragon on it. Hence “Drakkhen” became a part of my SNES RPG collection, though it would be years and years before I managed to finish it.

With the re-release of the PC version of the game on both Steam and GOG this summer, I was spurred to dust off my old “Drakkhen” SNES cartridge, gaze at it nostalgically, then put it back in the cupboard before firing up RetroArch a...

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