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Drakengard (2003)

Drag-On Dragoon (original title)
A tragic story about Caim, a knight, whose parents were killed by the evil Empire. During the battle as he fights off the Empire's knights, Caim is badly injured from an enemy attack and as... See full summary »




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Pîtâ ...
Caim / Angel (voice) (as Shinnosuke Ikehata)
Toshiaki Karasawa ...
Inuart (voice)
Furies (voice)
Kôichi Yamadera ...
Leonard (voice) (as Koichi Yamadera)
Megumi Hayashibara ...
Arioch (voice)
Sota Murakami ...
Seere (voice)
Naatsuki Yamashita ...
Manah (voice)
Daisuke Gôri ...
Manah (Evil Voice) (voice)
Yûko Miyamura ...
Fairy (voice) (as Yuko Miyamura)
Iemasa Kayumi ...
Verdelet (voice)
Naomi Kusumi ...
Yousuke Nakata ...
Mugihito ...
Jirô Saitô ...
(voice) (as Jirou Saitou)
Rintarou Nishi ...
(voice) (as Rintaro Nishi)


A tragic story about Caim, a knight, whose parents were killed by the evil Empire. During the battle as he fights off the Empire's knights, Caim is badly injured from an enemy attack and as he proceeds to a castle, he encounters a Red Dragon who is badly injured as well. With Caim and the Red Dragon in a near-death situation, Caim must force the Red Dragon to form a pact with each other in order for their wounds to heal and survive or they both will die. After Caim formed a pact with the Red Dragon, they wounds are healed. Unfortunately, it cost Caim his voice (verbal communication) for the pact price. With Caim (now mute) and the Red Dragon teaming up to stop the war, they will meet other allies like Leonard who formed a pact with the Faerie costing his sight (seeing things) for the pact price. The second one is Arioch who formed a pact with Undine and Salamander costing her womb (self-behavior control) for the pact price. The third is Seere who formed a pact with the Golem costing ... Written by Oliver Kong

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2 March 2004 (USA)  »

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Manah: [evil voice] Now it is time to feel the love of the gods! A deep love! A great love!
[voice changes]
Manah: A love powerful and formidable! A love that crushes like a mace! La la la la la... la!
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Followed by Drakengard 2 (2005) See more »


Growing Wings
Performed by Kari Wahlgren (as Kay Jemsen)
Lyrics by Sawako Natori, Philip D. Gibbon (as Phil Gibbon), Brian Gray (as Brian S. Gray)
Music by Nobuyoshi Sano
(US version)
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A great story of revenge and tragedy
19 June 2005 | by (Colorado) – See all my reviews

This story of all story starts like any with a person seeking revenge against those who have wronged him and protect a goddess, and that where the take a turn from the fantasy into a nightmare of betrayal and a story that has its share of suicide and death you might have to repeatedly watch to unlock alternate endings this game has about 5 of them. the graphics are cool but the game play can be somewhat repetitively hack and slash to a finger numbing proportion but its still a worth while game just for the unlock-able weapons and to get to fly a dragon aereil battles and watch the dragon get stronger. how do you like your bad guys original recipe or diced and burnt to a fine crisp.

all in all i give it 3 flame breathing dragons out of 5

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