Lair is an action, flight, and combat game in which players control the reins of a dragon to fight both in air and land. The player controls a knight in a secret society known as "The ... See full summary »

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Julian Eggebrecht (story), Sean O'Keefe | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Robert Clotworthy ... Loden (voice)
John Cygan ... Koba Kai (voice)
Danilo Di Julio ... The Prophet (voice)
Robin Atkin Downes ... Rohn (voice)
Crispin Freeman ... Koba Kai / Wingman #3 (voice)
Will Gardner ... Jevon (voice)
John Hayes John Hayes ... Character Art (voice)
Andrew Kishino ... Wingman (voice)
Phil Proctor ... Guardian #3 (voice)
Peter Renaday Peter Renaday ... Guardian #2 (voice)
Fred Tatasciore ... General Atta Kai / Prisoner / Farmer / Burner (voice)
Andrew Trujillo Andrew Trujillo ... Jevon (voice)
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Lair is an action, flight, and combat game in which players control the reins of a dragon to fight both in air and land. The player controls a knight in a secret society known as "The Burners", all of whom fly dragons in combat. While it is unknown whether or not you are able to dismount your dragon and fight as just the knight, Factor 5 said that they hope for you to get off the dragon in certain areas and be able to get back on. It is known, however, that you are controlling the dragon through him. Written by Anonymous

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USA

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May 2007 (USA) See more »

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Visually stunning though sometimes frustrating
20 February 2010 | by Seth DrakeSee all my reviews

The reviews are largely spot-on in my opinion, but it doesn't change the fact that overall this is game is a pleasure to play. Visually, this game is a treat for the eyes. The developers must have taken a lot of time to ensure this world takes your breath away, and the movement of all characters always flawless. The drawback is the experimentation with the six-axis controls. People need to realize the technology to effectively do this simply doesn't exist, at least not yet, it seems. And if it does, it's not on the PS3 any more than it is on the Wii. While the control scheme isn't nearly as bad as people make it out to be, it does get frustrating whenever I have to do anything complicated with the six-axis tilting and spiraling. With that said, the Dragon usually does what I had in mind, and when it doesn't, hell, the movement WAS complicated so maybe it makes sense that a massive flying lizard couldn't turn on a dime. Maybe that's another complaint though... this dragon really is a massive flying lizard and nothing else. Way to make my favorite fantasy creature into a 1-dimensional mount. But hey, all in all, I've never been able to fight entire armies riding a deadly dragon like this before. And the game IS really fun. Besides, I found it in a bargain bin. I would have paid the $5o or so for the game after playing it for awhile, so HELL YES I'll get it for $20.


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