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    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

    Game » consists of 4 releases. Released 1993

    A fighter game based on Rob Cohen's motion picture depicting a semi-fictional retelling of Bruce Lee's life.

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    Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story is a fighting game that roughly follows the motion picture of the same name, which is a semi-fictional account of the life of Bruce Lee. The game revolves around fights from the film's scenes and allows up to 3-player simultaneous cooperative multiplayer.

    One unique feature of the game is the method in which it handles continues. Upon losing all three lives, the player is given the opportunity to regain them if they can defeat the final boss with limited health. If the boss defeats the player, the game ends.

    The game saw releases for the Sega Genesis and Atari Jaguar in 1994, and the Super Nintendo in 1995. There was also a Sega Master System and Game Gear version of the game that had brawler gameplay rather than being a fighter game. All versions were developed by Virgin Interactive.


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