Dragon Force is one of the finest Strategy RPG games for the Sega Saturn.
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Dragon Force Screenshots
Dragon Force Videos
Intro and gameplay
Dragon Force Artwork
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Dragon Force Wallpapers
Here’s all of the Dragon Force wallpapers that we have.
Dragon Force Merchandise
An official guide book (ISBN #: 4893665235) was released in Japan by ASCII in May of 1995. It has 128 pages and features many illustrations.
A 24 track official soundtrack album (Catalog #: POCX-1019 ) on May 25, 1996 in Japan by Polygram for 2800 yen.
Another soundtrack album called Dragon Force Complete Album (Catalog #: SDC-0003/4 ) was released in Japan by SEGA on June 30th, 2005 for 3,300 yen. This album was released in conjunction with the Sega Ages PlayStation 2 port of the game. It’s a 46-track, 2 CD set that features lengthened tracks, unreleased tracks, and improved audio quality from the original soundtrack.
A half drama, half arranged music album titled Genesis of Dragon Force (Catalog #: MGCD-1018) was released in Japan by Media Rings on April 1st, 1998 for 2,500 yen. It is the seventh album in Media Ring’s “GM-Progress” series of albums. The album has 14 tracks, five of which are purely instrumental.
The drama portions of the album help set the story for the beginning of the game.
Did we mention this was a Working Designs release in North America? Obviously, that means there’s tons of merchandise that came out in the States, all through mail order.
There’s a t-shirt…
…a mouse pad…
… a watch…
…and a collector’s pin!
Dragon Force Scans
You can find the North American manual for the game here.
Working Designs used four different disc arts through production of the game.
In addition, Working Designs issued three different RAM cart stickers during production.
Below are the North American and Japanese print ads for the game.
Cheats & Secrets
At the Press Start screen, hold buttons L, R, X, and Z then press Down, Down, Up, Down, Down, Left, Left, Left, Up, Down, Right, Right, Right, then press Start.
With the Debug Mode enabled, hold button X as you start a game until the domestic affairs screen appears, you’ll have 15 medals and one of every item.
If you hold down to the X button every time the game tells you “Domestic Affairs beckon…,” you’ll have another load of items every time.
Play as Goldark and Reinhart
Simply beat the game with any character and you’ll be able to play as either character when you start a new game.
Dragon Force Credits
Astea: Katie Staeck
Nolun: Dean Williams
Teiris: Rhonda Gibson
Rudget: Jon Thompson
Katt: Kathy Emma
Narrator: John Truitt
Eric ‘Pottle’ Brewer
USA Special Thanks:
Cindy & Brodrico, S. Schmitt, Jin Shimazaki, Shunobu Shindo, Mike’s Music & Sound, Mountain Dew
Japan Special Thanks: Tomohiro Yamamoto, Jun Sasaki, Mami Sasaki, Takaho Sano
Special Thanks / Sources
–SegaRetro for some data.
-Some cheat information from GameFAQs.
–WorkingDesigns’ website via Archive.org.
–Satakore for some pictures.
-Working Designs catalog scans thanks to KidFenris.