In news that should surprise absolutely no one, Dragon's Lair is finally making the move to the Xbox 360 via the Live Arcade. On top of that, it will also have Kinect support, so you can fail with a control or by moving around without one.
Pretty much everything else about the game seems to be unchanged (it's still pretty, and probably still brutally hard), so if you have it on any of the other 65 platforms it's been released on you may not want to get it again. Unless you really want to play it with the Kinect, though considering how exact your timing has to be while playing this title, I'm not sure that's a good idea.
Dragon’s Lair for XBLA! With a Secret! [Play XBLA]
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