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Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation

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I’ve been playing this game since I was a kid. It was first released as Dragon Warrior III in the US in 1992 for the NES though I wouldn’t acquire and play it for almost a decade after that. 3,362 more words

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The question of money in Dungeons and Dragons is apparently one that a lot of ink has been spilled over. You buy your starting equipment, it goes, and because of a lack of meaningful purchasable upgrades, you keep that starting equipment until your DM gives you some magical equipment, at which point you keep that. 1,067 more words

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Thoughts on Dragon Quest VIII (3DS Edition)

JRPGs! I love JRPGs. …If that isn’t obvious enough. I also like underrated games! Or games that were once considered underrated but then became popular following an influx of newcomers. 2,043 more words

Fortune Street Demo and Theme Now Available

Fortune Street: Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary releases in just a few days in Japan for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, and a demo is now available for both versions on the  66 more words

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Dragon Quest Builders Is Coming To Nintendo Switch

The original Dragon Quest Builders is on its way to Nintendo Switch. Build and battle as you carve your way through a unique story in the… 32 more words

Review | Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King

This review was originally posted on Nintendo Scene on 4th February 2017.

First review of 2017, and what a surprise, it’s another JRPG. After the incredible remaster of Dragon Quest VII on 3DS, which you can find my (overwhelmingly positive) review of here, now I have have the joy of playing Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King. 848 more words

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Review | Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past

This review was originally posted on Nintendo Scene on 13th September 2016.

The other day I was having a somewhat heated discussion with a work colleague about the rise in remaster culture recently, or more specifically the tendency towards releasing remakes instead of new titles. 907 more words

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