- English Crimson Dragon Websites
- English Panzer Dragoon Websites
- Non-English Crimson Dragon Websites
- Non-English Panzer Dragoon Websites
- Other Video Game Websites
It has what looks like a novel of Azel: Panzer Dragoon RPG. Also a comic based on Panzer Dragoon Zwei can be found here.
A Japanese blog about Crimson Dragon.
A simple page on Panzer Dragoon which is rather meaningless unless you understand Japanese.
An alternative message board to post questions about Panzer Dragoon Saga. This site also contains boards for the other games in the series.
A multiformat website with games reviews, downloads are more. It contains links to reviews on other sites to provide you with as thorough a picture as possible on how a game plays.
A hardcore gamer's site that gives some of the more underrated consoles the respect they deserve. The Saturn, in particular, has extensive coverage here with ample screenshots to prove its worth.
The English version of Grounding's official website. It features less content than the Japanese version.
The official website of Grounding Inc, the creators of Crimson Dragon.
The official Facebook page of Grounding Inc.
The official Twitter page of Grounding Inc.
The ultimate fan site for the Saturn game NiGHTS into dreams. Pictures, videos, music, forums, and more. This is the place to go to for all things NiGHTS.
Lots of info and a forum for Japanese Panzer Dragoon fans. There is a section called the "Panzer Dragoon III Project" which appears to relate to the Xbox sequel.
Self explanatory; this is a Facebook group for fans of the Panzer Dragoon series.
These people were translating the Panzer Dragoon language into Japanese. The site is no longer online, but a web archive is available.
A deviantART group for Panzer Dragoon fans and artists.
Also hosted on SEGACLUB, this appears to be a petition to get SEGA to release a new Panzer Dragoon game. An English translation of the site is also available.
A collection of tweets in real time that mention the Panzer Dragoon games. Subscribe to the feed for new Panzer Dragoon tweets almost every day.
An unofficial Sega fan site that is regularly updated with the latest Sega-related news. Lots of palm trees can be found here.
The official Panzer Dragoon Orta page on SEGA's Japanese website.