Crimson Dragon review | GamesRadar

The first time you battle an army of laser beam-shooting jellyfish with your fireball-shooting dragon, you'll probably get destroyed. It'll take a few missions to get the hang of dodging enemy projectiles (less a matter of threading the needle, more a matter of mashing the barrel roll button). You'll no doubt fiddle with the sensitivity of your targeting reticle a half-dozen times in an attempt to turn your laughable kill count into something respectable. But once the acclimation process is over, Crimson Dragon shows its true colors as a fun arcade rail shooter with a surprising amount of depth.

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