- Crimson Dragon Live Performances
- Crimson Dragon Official Trailers
- Crimson Dragon: Side Story Videos
- Crimson Dragon Unofficial Videos
- Fake Videos
- Miscellaneous Videos
- Music Videos
- Panzer Dragoon Live Performances
- Panzer Dragoon Official Trailers
- Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed Videos
Saori Kobayashi and Yumiko Takahashi (together known as 茜-AKANE-) perform Anu Orta Veniya from Panzer Dragoon Orta, live at BitSummit MMXIV in Kyoto. Presented by Alexander Aniel, CEO of Brave Wave Productions.
A Panzer Dragoon Saga music video, (blasphemously) based on the song 'A Thousand Words' from Final Fantasy X.
The epic teaser trailer that plays before the title screen of Azel: Panzer Dragoon RPG/Panzer Dragoon Saga, showing cinematic full motion video clips from throughout the game.
Draikin's playthrough of the Crimson Dragon demo.
The trailer shown at E3 2013, but including sound. It is the first footage of the game running on the Xbox One. The soundtrack used is "The Sorcerer" by Charles Ian Evans.
Saori Kobayashi and Yumiko Takahashi (together known as 茜-AKANE-) perform the Crimson Dragon Main Theme and 遥かなる翼 (Harukanaru Tsubasa/Far Away Wings) from Crimson Dragon: Side Story, live at BitSummit MMXIV in Kyoto.
A trailer that came out in May 2012 shortly before the original release date (before it was delayed). This was the first trailer that showed the gameplay of Crimson Dragon.
A playthrough of World 1 of Crimson Dragon: Side Story's story mode.
A playthrough of World 2 of Crimson Dragon: Side Story's story mode.
A playthrough of World 3 of Crimson Dragon: Side Story's story mode.
A playthrough of World 4 of Crimson Dragon: Side Story's story mode.
A playthrough of World 5 of Crimson Dragon: Side Story's story mode.
The Tokyo Game Show 2013 trailer for Crimson Dragon.
The pop song 'See It in a Boys Eyes' by Jamelia is used for this Panzer Dragoon Saga music video.
The Evanescence song 'Imaginary Light' sets the mood for this Panzer Dragoon Saga music video.
A trailer created for a pretend Orta sequel, Panzer Dragoon Genos. To create a believable scenario, the trailer is shot as a screener recorded on a handcam.
The non-screener version of the Panzer Dragoon Genos trailer.
A teaser trailer of a pretend Panzer Dragoon Orta sequel for the Xbox called Panzer Dragoon Incubos.
Released at E3 2002, this trailer was our first true glimpse of the Xbox incarnation of the Panzer Dragoon series.
A music video based on the song 'Name' by Goo Goo Dolls and inspired by the lyrics "It's lonely where you are, come back down. And I won't tell your name."
A trailer of a fake sequel to Panzer Dragoon Orta called Panzer Dragoon Vier. It contains 3D animation of a dragon and his rider.
An early fake trailer for the (at the time) unnamed Panzer Dragoon game on the Xbox, released as an April Fools joke.
Prior to Panzer Dragoon Orta's release, this fake footage was released on the Internet by an unknown source. A swarm of dragon-like creatures fly over a lake and the music 'Interception' plays.
The first teaser trailer of the Xbox Panzer Dragoon game, which later became known as Panzer Dragoon Orta. No actual gameplay footage is shown.
The first trailer for Project Draco, later named Crimson Dragon. This trailer was shown at Tokyo Game Show 2010.