Anyone who knows me knows how fond I am of Dragon Knight II, which I'd already played through by the time I acquired Dragon Knight & Graffiti. Whether it was fair of me or not, I had very high expectations for this first DK chapter (which was actually the last episode of the series to be released for the PCE) based on the enjoyment I'd garnered from DK2. Nonetheless, DK&G proved itself to be a great first-person dungeon crawler in its own right, one with some extremely impressive visual elements.
There are cool dragon bosses to deal with, and you'll have to fight your way through a gauntlet of them before you can face...
In-town shots are extremely bright and polished, making them much more impressive than the raw images in DK2.
Rather than have you fight the girls like DK2 does, DK&G asks that you save them from various monsters and miscreants.