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1. Dragon Lord

  • Genres: Action, Comedy
  • Popularity: 2.849
  • Vote Count: 28
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Dragon Lord

Dragon and his madcap pal Cowboy spend their days getting into mischief, frustrating the elders, chasing girls, and competing in the village sport. When Dragon overhears a fiendish plot by smugglers to sell China's national treasures overseas, the pair leap into action. Also, Cowboy's wealthy father is kidnapped by the villainous and lethal Big Boss, and the scene is set for a furious martial arts showdown.


2. Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug

  • Genres: Action, Animation, Adventure
  • Popularity: 7.033
  • Vote Count: 125
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Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug

A Super Namekian named Slug comes to invade Earth. But the Z Warriors do their best to stop Slug and his gang.


3. Yakuza: Like a Dragon

  • Genres: Drama, Action, Crime
  • Popularity: 0.788
  • Vote Count: 10
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Yakuza: Like a Dragon

Former Yakuza underling Kiryu Kazuma, who has recently been released from prison after a lengthy incarceration, and is trying to piece his life together and distance himself from his Yakuza past. Unfortunately Kiryu's problems slowly escalate as he is pursued by a former associate, the baseball bat-wielding psycho Majima Goro who has a grudge to settle with Kiryu.


4. Dragon Crusaders

  • Genres: Fantasy, Action, Science Fiction
  • Popularity: 1.358
  • Vote Count: 11
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Dragon Crusaders

In this sword-and-sorcery extravaganza, a group of marauding Knights Templar suffers a curse that transforms them into monsters, driving them to square off against an evil dragon obsessed with annihilating the entire world.


5. Like a Dragon: Prologue

  • Genres: Unknown
  • Popularity: 0.366
  • Vote Count: 2
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Like a Dragon: Prologue

Like a Dragon: Prologue is a 2006 Japanese crime drama Original Video directed by Takeshi Miyasaka with Takashi Miike as executive director. It is based upon Toshihiro Nagoshi's 2005 video game Yakuza released on PlayStation 2. This drama stars puroresu champion Masakatsu Funaki in the title role and is a prequel to the original episode of the Yakuza series.