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|Developer: Sega R&D2|
|Publisher(s) of original games: Falcom|
|Developer(s) of original games: Falcom|
|System(s): Sega Mega Drive|
|Original system(s): JP Home Computers|
|Number of players: 1|
Sorcerian (ソーサリアン) is the fifth main game in Falcom's Dragon Slayer series of RPGs, first released for the PC-88 in 1987 before being ported to a variety of other systems. Sega ported it to the Sega Mega Drive in 1990 — this port was not released outside Japan (the IBM PC port was the only port of the time to be released outside Japan, published by Sierra) and unlike the other Mega Drive Dragon Slayer games, is not a product of the later Sega Falcom partnership.
In the main series, Sorcerian was followed by Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu. However, as with other main series entries, Sorcerian received a number of its own sequels on Japanese home computers, including the Dreamcast game Sorcerian: Shichisei Mahou no Shito.
Programmed: Kamikami, Si-Extra, Lunarian
Scenario Written: Gamer Miki, L.C., Judy Totoya, Bo
Music Composed: Bo, Jimita
Graphic Designed: Judy Totoya, L.C., Chie Sama, Phenix Rie, Choko
Manual Instruction: Mad Hatter, Fusen Hamsuta
Special Thanks: Works Nishi, Gotoccyan, Ufo Zou, Pata, Okaru, Captain Elf, Locky P, Nao Nao
Presented by: Sega
(Hitoshi Yoneda created the cover artwork, but is not credited in-game).
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|Dragon Slayer games on Sega systems / developed by Sega|
|Sorcerian (1990) | Lord Monarch: Tokoton Sentou Densetsu (1994) | Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu (1994) | Dragon Slayer: Eiyuu Densetsu II (1995)|
|Falcom Classics (Dragon Slayer / Xanadu) (1997) | The Legend of Heroes I & II Eiyuu Densetsu (1998)|