RAGEWAR (the reason IMdB changed the listing) + links
Yeah, I was so bored I did the Yahoo searchery on this...apparently the movie was indeed released as both DM and... Ragewar: The Challenges of Excalibrate"
Here's a pic of the Ragewar VHS cover: http://www.golobthehumanoid.com/ragewarvid1.jpg - the rubber puppet RatSpit is deservedly showcased on the front cover, which deserves kudos. But DAMN whoever did that artwork was not putting a lot of effort into it.
It was also released as "Digital Knights"...sigh.
From what my snoopery discovered, Ragewar was a title primarily used in Finland. Seems like Dungeonmaster was BY FAR THE MOST-USED TITLE (note all images on IMDB are from the Dungeonmaster version).
Even on the magickal interwebs, images from the Ragewar version are SLIM (but verily they are there)..
Wikipedia lists it as The Dungeonmaster (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dungeonmaster)...but does say "originally titled Ragewar: The Challenges of Excalibrate" in the opening paragraph.
Here are some interesting trivia items, since IMdB has nothing listed:
"I reject your reality and substitute my own!" ~ Paul Bradford. (This phrase is also featured on the television show MythBusters as one of Adam Savage's most famous quotes.)
"There is no way to penetrate this barrier. It has the strength of a million souls. The power of the dead." ~ Dungeonmaster (this line was sampled by the industrial band Skinny Puppy in their song "Hexonxonx" off the album Rabies).
I assume since it was "originally" released as Ragewar, some INCREDIBLE GEEK (I'm talking someone so bored they literally exist only as a bloated amoeba of pallid flesh in a lab somewhere, being kept on life support with nothing else to do but scan IMdB entries for accuracy) decided to have it changed to reflect that.
You suckers owe me for putting together this "FAQ" of sorts...but I was feeling bored and quite bloated today...even a bit amoebic and pallid.