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- Connects directly to your TV, no game console required
- Includes a sword
- For all Dragon Quest fans
- NTSC TV format
|Original Name||剣神ドラゴンクエスト 甦りし伝説の剣|
|Release Date||Sep 19, 2003|
|Product Measures||40cm x 29cm x 10cm|
||(5 out of 5)|
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This is like the god father of wii. Control is natural and gameplay is addicting!
The game is simply fabulous, I only wished for super moves like in the anime series "Van's super". Like in the dragon ball z LET's TV game. Super recommended for all adult and young.
This product is the best thing made in story of videogames. I recommend to all people. Thank you play-asia for this, thank you squre enix. It's amazing!!!! YEAHHHH!!!!
To proceed through the door with the puzzle element to it, after the long battle with the ape boss, you will need to do the following:
Slash upwards on the first red circle, leaving the second circle as a miss hit, then slash upwards again for the third circle, leaving the fourth one as a miss, and lastly slashing upwards yet again for the fifth circle to solve the puzzle.
Hopefully that'll help those that are indeed stuck on that door.
This Dragon Quest game is well thought out with a myriad of moves at the player’s disposal, even if the slashes are diagonal vertical and horizontal. They can be anywhere on the TV screen, so therefore one could very well swing a horizontal slash near the very bottom of the screen if the enemies infiltrate there. The combo system is fun and full of surprises. You can even block and then commence to do a counter-attack. Scopes exist to further improve on this fun formula, and it is definitely one for the fans and the young at heart. The graphics are as good as the sound effects are allowed on the game and as such it delivers on this little device.
Pick it up before the sale ends folkses!
Kenshin Dragon Quest: Yomigaerishi Densetsu no Ken
Compatible with PlayStation 2 (PS2)
Japan, NTSC J / RPG
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