First released for the PS2 back in 2004 (and more recently for smartphones in 2013) Dragon Quest VIII changed the era's video game expectations with simple and efficient gameplay and a beautiful open world. These are only a few of the reasons why it holds the rank as the best selling PS2 title in Japan.
When the jester Dhoulmagus places a spiteful curse upon the whole kingdom the people are transformed into thorns, and the land freezes in time. Only you, a lone guardsman, remain unaffected and able to embark on an epic journey to save both your king and country!
The re-release will feature multiple improvements and additions, including additional story scenarios which delve into Dhoulmagus' past, as well as the protagonist's childhood. The story is improved upon further with the introduction of new characters Morrie and Gerda to your party, as well as full fledged voice support.
Players will also find the world map is now populated by enemies, instead of the previous random battles, creating an atmosphere that is much more alive while traveling. Dragon Quest VIII on 3DS will support StreetPass, although how is yet to be revealed. Despite a list of improvements the title will not support stereoscopic 3D.
|Official Release Date||Jan 21, 2017|
A Couple of Old Faces Have Decided to Join the Adventure! New Playable characters and Features for Dragon Quest VIII for Nintendo 3DS!!
Dragon Quest VIII for 3DS Coming to the West in Jan 2017!!
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King - Story Trailer (YouTube)
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King - Features Trailer (YouTube)
Dragon Quest VIII: Introducing Red [US] (YouTube)
Dragon Quest VIII: Introducing Morrie [US] (YouTube)
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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Would have given 5 stars if not for the fact that it has been censored. Some things from the PS2 version were toned down.
If you are Fans, This is might be a bit easier for you.
But if you are new comers this is good for start!
Story were touching easy to understand. About Heroes who might brave to protect, sacrifice.
The system were easy to understand plus Fast mode to help leveling much more fun.
even though graphic was low detail. But who cares when the game was good.
This is a remastered FFVIII from the PS2. The Japanese version of the PS2 didnt have Voice acting, but this one if fully voiced and more content has been added
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