What Gamespot Users have to say about Dragon Blade: Wrath of Fire
I original had high hopes for this game, but that hope quickly died after about an hour of play. The graphics are only sub-par at best. Honestly I think developers are scared that if they were to push the Wii any harder ... Read Full Review1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
Dragon Blade: Wrath of fire is a typical beat-em-up. You run around and beat on lizards, magicans, polar bears and so on. Plot is you are a young man in a village who is having dreams about a fire sword. Your village get... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
The background story of Dragon Blade is a tad weak to say the least. The hero is forced to deal with the impending evil that is sweeping across his world; a common setting for most video games, but somehow the writers di... Read Full Review2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
Even though Dragon Blade certainly has its moments, it's hard to forgive its dated production values and stiff controls.
We've all heard the Wii's mantra that a good concept could prevail over flashy graphics; that, if done right, the idea is truly mightier than the tech. Titles like WiiSports and Wario Ware: Smooth Moves show us that a st... Read Full Review4 of 9 users found the following review helpful
D3publisher is not a very well known gaming company, but for a third party game Dragon Blade:Wrath of Fire is very uniqe in many ways.. When I first saw this game at wal-mart i bought it instintly without even knowing... Read Full Review5 of 7 users found the following review helpful
Dragon Blade is definitely a budget title, but it still manages to outshine most of its full featured brethren on Wii.
D3Publisher is beginning to pick up quite a fan following from me. Not only have they answered the call from Wii gamers asking for an actually half DECENT, core title for Wii, but they're doing it several times ... not ... Read Full Review5 of 6 users found the following review helpful