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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 ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Robert Clotworthy ... Loden (voice)
John Cygan ... Koba Kai (voice)
Danilo Di Julio 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 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)


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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May 2007 (USA) See more »

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23 October 2008 | by dermotmurphy1See all my reviews

When this game was first previewed i have to admit it was the reason i bought a PS3, when it finally came out after being held up for a few months i purchased said game on release day popped it into my PS3 and like everyone else was horrified by what i experienced. After 2 of 3 days of trying to get a handle on the controls i banished it to the bottom of my collection and forgot about it for a year, until, last week while talking to a mate i found out that a update was available off PSN which added analog control settings (somthing that should of been there in the first place !!) later that night i installed the update and have'nt looked back since, just to clarify this by no means makes it a perfect game to play but anybody who has played the Rouge Squadron games should be fine after about an hour. Not having to worry about the controls leaves you free to enjoy the story and most of all the soundtrack which on occasion just blows you away and fits the mood of the story perfectly. If anybody like me has this and forgot about it or even if you chance upon it in the bargain bin (i live in Dublin and have seen it for 9.99 euro's) give it a shot cause i'm sure as hell glad i did.

Thanks for reading, Laters !

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