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Lair - Playstation 3

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PlayStation 3
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews) 53 / 100

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  • Struggle on an epic scale as your civilization repels the onslaught of an unrelenting army
  • Unleash your might through large-scale battles that span across both the sky and the ground
  • Turn the tides of war with your ferocious dragon - Scorch the ground with flames and command the skies against vicious enemies
  • Immerse yourself in a living, breathing world of voracious beasts, a deep storyline and visceral gameplay
  • Fully supports the PlayStation 3 motion sensitive controller
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  • ASIN: B000K9OR4Q
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 31, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,277 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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In a world ravaged by endless conflict and natural disaster, a call for peace turns into a bloodbath of betrayal and deceit. You are Rohn, a dragon riding warrior engaging in battles both in the air and on land. With the courage and the help of your dragon it is up to you to help save your civilization from an unrelenting army.


  • Dragon abilities allow you to scorch the ground and fly through the skies
  • Supports PS3 motion sensitive controller

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143 of 148 people found the following review helpful
By Kyran
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
By now all of the back and fourth between "This game is epic!" and "This game is epic fail!" is probably giving those of you who are considering Lair a few headaches. A lot of press reviewers hate it, a lot of user reviewers love it, the creator of Bioshock defended it and there are mixed reviews abroad. The controversy is mainly around the controls/gameplay so that will be my focus, primarily sticking to the technical details. I picked up this game on clearance at a local retailer since they had it on clearance and I will do my best to collect the facts together from my experiences since simply yet another opinion might not be too helpful at this point.

First and foremost, as action oriented as this game is, it is NOT for the impatient. The title does not lend itself well to anyone who feels it shouldn't be necessary to put effort into liking a game. I'll explain in a bit.

Julian Eggebrecht (the game's Director) mentioned in an interview with G4 that, unlike Factor 5's previous games, the dragon you fly has real weight and physics attached to the flight simulations thanks to the PS3's super-de-duper Cell processor. They wanted banking to "feel heavy" when using the Sixaxis controller as your dragon's fat rump flings through the air across your screen. What this means is that the beast is not ever going to turn on a dime, even if your Sixaxis will. Needless to say, turning an intense action game into a fantasy flight simulator pushes up the learning curve considerably, let alone adding an extra level of skill required to line up even the simplest of shots.

Motion Control:
How the Sixaxis flight controls actually function is more absolute than relative.
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64 of 67 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A dragon breath of fresh air September 1, 2008
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Before playing Lair I read some scathing reviews on it, and of course the main criticism for the game is the controls. I've heard they are unresponsive, tortorous, sluggish, and many other names from critics, and regular gamers. Still after reading these reviews, I still wanted to play the game. I had a feeling that some of the people playing this game didn't take the time to learn the controls, and gave up on it, saying the game was poorly designed.Well I just recently got a PS3 and Lair was amongst the first games I bought, and after playing through and beating the game, I couldn't disagree with those people more.

Story: I'm not going to go too much into the story, involving the warring nations of Asylia and the Mokai, except to say I was impressed with what was there. It's not complex, but is very interesting and told very well through some great FMV cutscenes between levels. I really didn't think there would be a lot of story, figuring it would be like a typical action game, but I was wrong. Again, nothing complex, but better than your average action game. It's even emotional at times.

Graphics: The graphics in the game look really good. Mostly the colors are earthen, using a lot of browns, blacks, and greys, but they are still well done. Lots of details on the dragons of course, but also the other creatures like the giant manta bombers or huge warbeasts. The levels themselves all look great. As you fly past towers in the cities you will see decorative markings on them. The water isn't the best looking water I've seen, but it still looks nice, especially when the sun is reflecting on it. Fire effects look great of course, as well as explosions which look awesome.
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85 of 106 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Ever dreamed of riding a dragon????? September 1, 2007
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I have read a LOT of negative reviews of this game, and was worried that it would end up being a big disappointment for me. I have looked forward to it ever since I first heard of it almost a year ago. Many have said that the motion sensor controls are "horrible", "abysmal", "torturous" etc. If you want a game to just open up and begin to fully enjoy without any practice, you had better look elsewhere. However, if you don't mind going to the practice area to hone your skills, you will enjoy this game. I find that the motion sense controls add a certain freedom of movement that you can't get using the thumbsticks. Yes, it did take me a little while to get used to, and I had to go to the training section to practice certain skills, but each time I play, I get better and better at controlling my dragon. If you want to get the gold medals, you will find yourself replaying each mission, hopefully improving with each repeat. But if you just want to play the game, then you can just play right through the entire story. Perhaps the designers might have considered that some people just don't like the motion control, and therefore should have offered the user to decide which controls to use. If you are unsure of whether or not you will like these controls, I would suggest renting before buying. However, if you are like me and have been waiting for a good game to come out on the PS3 that makes full use of the motion sensor capabilities, then I would suggest giving Lair a try. I will say that the one thing that I found a little annoying was that just when I was starting to enjoy myself fighting on the ground, it was time for me to return to the air to continue my mission. So, while Lair is not a perfect game, I do think that it is not the colossal failure that some reviewers have made it out to be. It is a truly beautiful game to play with a great story and gorgeous music. All in all, I'm a very happy dragon rider!!!
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