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Dragon Rage
Developer(s) 3DO
Publisher(s) 3DO
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
Release date(s) NA December 3, 2001
EUR March 15, 2002
Genre(s) Shooter
Mode(s) Single-player
Rating(s) ESRB: T

Dragon Rage is a PlayStation 2 game by 3DO. The player controls an escaped dragon named Cael Cyndar in a mission to save the dragon race from extinction by the orcs. Cael's guide is Adara the Sprite. The dragon's attacks include ramming, biting, grabbing & dropping, and breathing fire. Whenever Cael eats orcs, he gains Mana points. Eating farm animals replenishes Health. When Cael releases captured sprites, they give information or teach Cael about his magical powers. Orc forces include ground units (orc warriors), naval units (ships), air units (hot air balloons), castle defenses (towers), and war machines (catapults). There are many animations and cut scenes. The game was originally intended to be a Might and Magic title.[1]



Dragon Rage was originally going to be called "Dragon Wars of Might and Magic", however as the game had no real relation to the Might and Magic universe, the title was dropped and the current title was given. In most Might and Magic titles dragons are characterised as a menace and threat (with an evil alignment), however in Dragon Rage they are race under oppression from orcs therefore they have a good alignment fighting for their freedom.


The game starts with a cutscene of Cael escaping from the Orc Building, starting his mission to save the dragons.


Dragon Rage is a dragon shooter game, where Cael flies around breathing fire, ice, lightning, and giant rock boulders. If Cael eats 5 cows, he can earn a fury attack. The first level trains Cael and the player to use dragon powers. Other levels include rescuing dragon eggs and sprites, destroying fortresses, passing through magical gates, and stopping orcs. The controls are simple and include barrel rolls, picking up rocks, and activating other dragon powers.


  1. ^ Perkins, Ashley. "An Interview with Kudo Tsunoda of 3DO". Game Vortex. Retrieved 2008-01-03.  

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