Review Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll (Wii U eShop / NES)
There’s not much fight in this one
Culture Brain's Hiryū no Ken fighting series dates back to the 1985 arcade release, Shanghai Kid. The 1987 NES title, Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll – exclusive to Japan and the US (1989) – took the original concept and expanded on it, as well as paving the way for future entries in the franchise. This...
About The Game
In a remote region of China, wise martial arts teacher Juan is attacked, and robbed of his precious scrolls.
When his apprentice Ryuhi learns that the gang responsible is taking part in the World Tournament of Contact Sports, he vows to avenge his master and retrieve the scrolls. Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll is a unique mix of platformer and fighting game. Battle your way to the next round of the tournament through side-scrolling action sections, and then defeat your opponents in the ring using a range of defensive and offensive moves.
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