I thought it was actually going to continue after number 2.
It's a pity it didn't.
I've tried a couple of other dragon games and none of them are even on the same level as Drakan.
The first one was Eragon. That was <expletive!>
The next one was Drakengard. <font color="red">Copyright infringement right there!</font id="red">
And people rave on about Drakengard, while Drakan is almost forgotten.
<font color="purple">Drakengard just seems weird to me. The characters are borderline evil and the dragon is creepy to look at. She's not as appealing to look at as Arokh (or Saphira).</font id="purple">
<font color="limegreen">Plus, she's an evil dragon (at least in body). I came across an obscure bit of information that says you can tell the morality of a dragon by counting the limbs (not including the wings). A human (or good) dragon will have four limbs (two legs and two arms, which also serve as front legs). A savage/animalistic dragon (or evil) will have two limbs (legs).</font id="limegreen">
<font color="blue">Now, while this serves as a generic guide, all it really does is seperate the human dragons from the animal dragons. A human dragon could possibly choose the path of evil. But a dragon that strayed from the path would most likely be slain by his or her noble brothers and sisters.</font id="blue">
<font color="red">Drakan seems to know this, because most of the enemy dragons in the game are the two limbed version.</font id="red">
So, there will never be another dragon game to equal or (even more unlikely) surpass Drakan.
Drakan is one of my two favorite games.
<font color="blue">These are games where I get really involved in the story, play it over and over again to look at the scenery, etc. And I become attached to the leading characters.</font id="blue">
<font color="brown">In case you were wondering, the other one is Tomb Raider.</font id="brown">