A girl named Orta is freed from her prison by a Dragon. As she is rescued by the Dragon, she and the Dragon fight against the Dragonmares and the Imperials.



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Cast overview:
Youko Honna ...
Orta (voice)
Daisuke Namikawa ...
Mobo (voice)
Shirô Saitô ...
Drone (voice)
Tetsuo Gotô ...
Old Ponta (voice) (as Tetsuo Gotoh)
Yôko Soumi ...
Evren (voice) (as Yoko Sohmi)
Taiten Kusunoki ...
Imperial Army (voice)
Mitsuaki Hoshino ...
Imperial Army (voice)
Takashi Onozuka ...
Imperial Army (voice)
Daisuke Egawa ...
Imperial Army (voice)
Mitsuru Ogata ...
Imperial Army (voice)
Unshô Ishizuka ...
Sestren (voice)
Hôchû Ôtsuka ...
Gash (voice)
Maaya Sakamoto ...
Azel (voice)


A girl named Orta is freed from her prison by a Dragon. As she is rescued by the Dragon, she and the Dragon fight against the Dragonmares and the Imperials.

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16 January 2003 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Panzer Dragoon Vier  »

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Crazy Credits

If the player beats the game on the Hard difficulty setting, the title shown during the end credits is not Panzer Dragoon Orta, but Panzer Dragoon Vier ("vier" being German for "four"; a reference to the game being the fourth title of the Panzer Dragoon series). See more »


Follows Panzer Dragoon II Zwei (1996) See more »


Anu Orta Veniya
Music by Saori Kobayashi
Arrangement by Hayato Matsuo
Lyrics by Shigeru Kurihara
Vocal: Eri Itô (as Eri Itoh)
Chorus: Yumiko Takahashi
Recording Coordination: Imagine
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A very simple and original Xbox game
17 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

Games these days, although they are terrific and better, are being increasingly complex to some people. Along comes "Panzer Dragoon Orta", combining a good saga of a story with simple, "Raiden Fighters"-like gameplay. In other words, it plays like an old-school, top-down rail shooter such as "Raiden Fighters" or "1942", except the point of view is behind the dragon instead of above it and you use the trigger buttons to turn around 90 degrees to kill the enemies surrounding you in the left or right or behind you. People may say that I should compare this more to "Star Fox", but, in actuality, you home on to enemies, use berzerker attacks, and get increasingly powerful as you level up. Also, in a stroke of originality, the dragon you control can change form with a touch of the Y button (either regular form, which is a basic dragon that can fire decent beams and have a decent glide gauge, or heavy form, which fires powerful beams but doesn't glide, or glide form, which has a longer glide gauge but does not home on to enemies but guides you to the nearby enemies). The story is that you play a girl who is captured in a prison but freed by a dragon and you befriend it and have it help you defeat the enemies. In other words, this game is very original and simple. 10/10

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