Lair for the PS3 has you “playing as a warrior riding a voracious dragon trained for deadly aerial and ground combat, and capable of scorching, clawing and smashing thousands of enemies, gamers must defeat countless armies to save a civilization.” Video after the break.

If you’re skeptical of how well the gameplay will actually hold up on multiple zoom levels, the next video, which you can watch here on GameVideos, takes you to several different heights, including down at the water’s surface for a boss battle. It’s not fair to compare many games to Shadow of the Colossus, but once the humongous sea serpent showdown begins, you’ll start forgetting all about the wingless Agro mount that you once cared so much about

[via TheLastBoss]

Lair for the PS3 has you “playing as a warrior riding a voracious dragon trained for deadly aerial and ground combat, and capable of scorching, clawing and smashing thousands of enemies, gamers must defeat countless armies to save a civilization.” Video after the break.

If you’re skeptical of how well the gameplay will actually hold up on multiple zoom levels, the next video, which you can watch here on GameVideos, takes you to several different heights, including down at the water’s surface for a boss battle. It’s not fair to compare many games to Shadow of the Colossus, but once the humongous sea serpent showdown begins, you’ll start forgetting all about the wingless Agro mount that you once cared so much about

[via TheLastBoss]