Lost In Translation/Dragon Buster
|Main CPU||M6809 (@ 1.536 MHz)|
HD63701 (@ 1.536 MHz)
Namco CUS30 (@ 24.000 kHz)
288 x 224 pixels
256 Palette colours
|ROM Info||14 ROMs|
112,384 bytes (109.75 KiB)
About The Game
Dragon Buster is an arcade video role-playing game in which you travel through various scenery to rescue the princess from an evil dragon.
Dragon buster is the first game from Namco to include a life-bar system.
Massimo Gaspari holds the official record for this game with 1,300,560 points on July 18, 1985.
Namco released a boardgame based on this game (same name) in 1985 (in Japan only) : You roll the dice to move around the board and complete quests. The game includes a variety of event cards, charts for randomizing events and encounters,counters for monsters and items and such. The goal of this game is to kill the dragon and rescue the princess.
- Dragon Buster (1985)
- Dragon Buster II - Yami no Fuuin (1989, Nintendo Famicom)
- Music By
- Yuriko Keino
Cabinet and Artwork
- Nintendo Famicom (1987)
- Sony PlayStation (1996, "Namco Museum Vol.2")
- Sony PSP (2005, "Namco Museum Battle Collection")
- FM-77AV (1987)
- NEC PC-9801 (1989)
- Sharp X68000 (1993)
- Sharp X1
|Album Name||Catalogue No.||Released||Publisher||Comments|
|The Return of Video Game Music||ALC-22004||1985-06-25||Alfa||Cassette version.|
|The Best of Video Game Music||32XA-66||1986-04-25||Alfa||CD version.|
|The Return of Video Game Music||ALR-22004||1985-06-25||Alfa||Vinyl version.|
|The Return of Video Game Music||SCDC-00122||2001-12-05||Scitron Digital Content||CD version.|
|Game Sound Museum ~Namcot~ 07 Dragon Buster / Dragon Buster II||SDEX-0046||2004-12-23||Scitron||CD version.|