PR: Limited Run Games Announces Dragon’s Lair, Mages of Mystralia, & Defender’s Quest

Friday, October 19th, 2018

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Limited Run Games has announced Dragon’s Lair Trilogy for $29.99 and available exclusively from our website! Grab Don Bluth and Rick Dyer’s classic this Friday! Dragon’s Lair first debuted on the LaserDisc player and has been ported to many consoles. It is a major staple of video game pop culture and was seen recently in Stranger Things Season 2! We will also have a collector’s edition for $74.99! Grab this awesome piece of history before it’s too late!

We will also be selling Mages of Mystralia for PS4 on sale for $29.99! Mages of Mystralia is a Borealys Games title and resulted from a successful Kickstarter! The game was written by Ed Greenwood who is famous for creating Forgotten Realms a popular campaign setting for Dungeons and Dragons!

Lastly, we have Defender’s Quest on sale for PS4 and Vita for $24.99! Defender’s Quest started off on Steam and has since been ported to multiple platforms due to its success on Steam! It’s a Tower-Defense/RPG Hybrid with adjustable game speeds. The game is also home to an amazing soundtrack by Kevin Penkin!

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