GORMLEY, Ontario, Canada -- Nov. 5, 2004 -- Digital Leisure will ship "Dragon’s Lair 3," the epic all-new adventure of Dirk the Daring, this month in DVD-Video and CD-ROM formats. The game includes improved graphics, utilizing Toon Shading technology, as well as new characters, challenging levels and three never-before-played bonus scenes.
Dirk the Daring, the brave yet bumbling knight, is ready to venture back into the Lair in this adventure! The Evil Wizard Mordroc has again kidnapped the fair Princess Daphne and Dirk is her only hope. Save the princess, defeat Mordroc, and watch out for the treachery that lies at every step!
“For fans of the Dragon’s Lair series this is a must-have for their video game library,” said Elizabeth Foster, president of Digital Leisure. “Dragon’s Lair 3 includes all the excitement of the original versions, but with the inclusion of more intense fighting levels, new characters and dramatic Boss Battle scenes.”
Players control the actions of Dirk the Daring as he fights his way through the castle of Mordroc who has enchanted it with treacherous monsters and obstacles.
Owners of Dragon’s Lair 3 will enjoy:
* New, State-of-the-Art graphics with Toon Shading technology.
* All the excitement of the original, with new levels and characters.
* Three new Bonus Scenes, playable after defeating the Evil Wizard.
* Forty-three Levels and Nine exciting Boss Battles await you!
Visit www.digitalleisure.com to download a free demo version of Dragon’s Lair 3 and start the new Lair adventure today!
Developed by Dragon’s Lair LLC and Digital Leisure Inc., "Dragon’s Lair 3" is now available for an estimated retail price of $29.95 at your favorite video game retailer in both DVD-Video and CD-ROM format.
About Digital Leisure
Digital Leisure is a leading publisher of interactive DVD and CD games including the classic Dragon's Lair line and the American Laser Games series of shooting games. Based outside Toronto, Canada, Digital Leisure acquires licenses to classic video-based titles and provides distribution services for both its own products and third party publishers. For more information, please visit www.digitalleisure.com