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Box artwork for Dragon Slayer V: Sorcerian.
Dragon Slayer V: Sorcerian
Developer(s)Nihon Falcom
Publisher(s)Nihon Falcom
Year released1990
System(s)NEC PC-8801, MS-DOS, MSX2, Windows, Wii, iOS
Preceded byDragon Slayer IV: Legacy of the Wizard
Followed byDragon Slayer V: Sorcerian (Mega Drive)
SeriesDragon Slayer
Genre(s)Action RPG
ModesSingle player
LinksDragon Slayer V: Sorcerian at PCGamingWikiDragon Slayer V: Sorcerian ChannelSearchSearch
For the Mega Drive version, see Sorcerian (Mega Drive). For the PC Engine version, see Sorcerian (PC Engine).

Expansion packs, sequels, remakes[edit]

All expansion packs, sequels and remakes were released in Japan only.

Expansion packs:

  • Utility Disk Vol. 1
  • Scenario Vol. 1 (5 new stages)
  • Scenario Vol. 2: Sengoku Sorcerian (5 new stages)
  • Scenario Vol. 3: Pyramid Sorcerian (5 new stages)
  • New Scenario Vol. 4: Visitor from Space (5 new stages)
  • New Scenario Vol. 5: Gilgamesh Sorcerian (5 new stages)
  • Selected Sorcerian (10 new stages)

Sequels:

Remakes:

  • Sorcerian Original (15 stages from the original, 5 stages from Forever)
  • Sorcerian (mobile phones)
  • Advance Sorcerian (mobile phones)

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