|Posted by JessicaAlbert13 on August 14, 2012 at 5:00 PM||comments (158)|
I haven't written a review in a while. A bit lazy on my part. I'm no Spoony when it comes to reviewing games but I get the factoids out there.
Now, have you guys been suffering from the Dragon Quest blues? The latest DQ game out there is Fortune Street for the Wii, and let's admit it, it doesn't do much to satisfy that DQ itch. It's Monopoly with Mario and DragonLord. Sadly not as exciting as it sounds. There's Dragon Quest Monster Joker 2, but after lo...Read Full Post »
|Posted by JessicaAlbert13 on May 16, 2012 at 4:10 PM||comments (0)|
Here's an old post by LeetBleachFan:
Another tidbit of info on DQ X. Since the Wii U was announced this year, the dudes working on DQ X are considering making two different versions of the game, one for Wii and one for Wii U. Plotwise, the games should be identical but gameplaywise they should be totally different.
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|Posted by JessicaAlbert13 on May 9, 2012 at 2:35 PM||comments (4)|
Often called a Pokemon copycat, the Dragon Quest Monster series has never been particularly popular. Not many reviewers care to go over the games, and even some Dragon Quest fans shrug when the spin off series is mentioned. Then there are purely Dragon Quest Monsters fans who adore the series and know nothing of the Dragon Quest series Monsters originates from. The Monsters series has morphed rapidly since its first release and has never quite stayed the same.
Perhaps if th...Read Full Post »
|Posted by JessicaAlbert13 on May 3, 2012 at 4:40 PM||comments (1)|
Recently the only Dragon Quest games to come out have been spin-offs. The latest, Fortune Street for the Wii, is a Monopoly twist with Dragon Quest and Mario characters.
Angelo, Jessica, and Bianca can face off against Princess Peach, Luigi, and Bowser. Carver can bust a few Yoshi heads and Donkey Kong can shove some slimes in a barrel. It's an interesting concept, but the game is aimed for a younger 8 and up audience.
In Japan Fortune Street is called ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by JessicaAlbert13 on March 1, 2011 at 6:23 PM||comments (2)|
Dragon Quest VI was officially released in North America on Feb. 15, 2011 (not on actual V-Day? Those heartbreakers!).
And the game so far......
The world is expansive and the monsters even tougher than before! Even the graphics system has been improved with some of that old SNES flair! Monsters can't join you like before, but if you keep a slimey eye out you can recruit a few goo companions! If you fell in love wit...Read Full Post »