These computer graphics were considered state of the art, and it is kind of cool how they're dropped in Sky Captain style behind the actors, but honestly, it looks like they were made in Microsoft Paint. And there's a floating head guy with a quasi-British accent who keeps telling people, "You're on," whenever they ask to do something. The board game itself is a riff on "Dungeon," "HeroQuest," and all the other games made in the late 80s or early 90s to introduce youngsters to fantasy roleplaying games. I personally prefer HeroQuest, but really, if you do see DragonStrike at a garage sale or anything, absolutely purchase it, just to watch the video with your gaming group or anyone else who can appreciate the humor in stupendously corny fantasy films. 10/10.
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