Dragon Quest 1+2+3 Collection (Multi-Language)

Dragon Quest 1+2+3 Collection (Multi-Language)


Square Enix
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Dragon Quest

The peace of fair Alefgard has been shattered by the appearance of the nefarious master of the night known as the Dragonlord, and the Sphere of Light, which for so long kept the forces of darkness in check, has been stolen! It is time for you, a young warrior through whose veins flows the blood of the legendary hero Erdrick, to set out on a quest to vanquish the Dragonlord, and save the land from darkness!
Experience the first episode of the DRAGON QUEST series loved by millions in Japan and worldwide! Created by a legendary trio with the master creator Yuji Horii, the revolutionary synthesizer score and orchestration by Koichi Sugiyama, and art by master manga artist Akira Toriyama.

Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line

A century has passed since the events of the first DRAGON QUEST, during which time the descendants of the hero of Alefgard have forged three new nations. But the peace they have known is no more. Demon hosts summoned forth from the darkness by High Priest Hargon have brought the land to the brink of ruin once again. Now, the young prince of Midenhall must set out to find the other two descendants of Erdrick so that together they might defeat the nefarious Hargon and restore peace to their world.

Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation

On the morning of your sixteenth birthday, you are charged with a seemingly impossible task by the King himself: to assume the mantle of your father Ortega, the hero of the land of Aliahan, and slay the Archfiend Baramos, master of darkness! What trials await you, intrepid hero, as you set out on a quest not even your legendary father was strong enough to complete?

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Original Name  勇者鬥惡龍 1+2+3合集
Official Release Date  Oct 24, 2019
Subtitles  Traditional Chinese, English, Korean
Genre  RPG
Version  Asia
PAX-Code PAX0010320224
Catalog No.  HAC-P-AVZDA(ASI)
Item Code  4891670648700

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daniitoh_sensei (24) on 14, Nov. 2019 06:22 (HKT)
Fans beware! But also a great collection
All the games on the cartridge are based on the mobile versions of each game. So if you're looking for the original Dragon Warrior/Dragon Quest games search somewhere else.

However, this cartridge contains 3 great games that are a the first entries on the Dragon Quest series. I'm really enjoying them on my Switch.
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jamyskis (1) on 12, Nov. 2019 19:14 (HKT)
Poor renditions of decent games
The package features the first three Dragon Quest/Dragon Warrior games on a single cart. All three games are identical to the eShop versions released in Europe and the US, and the three games are displayed individually on the Switch menu when you insert the cart. Not sure if the eShop versions have been patched but this cart hasn't received any patches (I've had one crash in DQ1 to date, the losses of which were buffered by the game's autosave).

These versions are based on their respective mobile ports, which has a few benefits but brings many more problems with it.

Visually, the three games boast some beautiful artwork (especially DQ3), but the high-res character sprites and bland sans-sarif font are jarringly inconsistent with the lower-resolution pixel art mapwork.

Audio-wise, Koichi Sugiyama's sublime soundtracks are something of a halfway-house between the original chip music of the NES/SNES/GBC versions and later orchestral renditions. They sound decent enough, somewhat better than DQ11's MIDI efforts in any case.

As far as the games themselves are concerned, if you're not familiar with them but are familiar with JRPGs as a whole, be prepared for a shock - they have not aged particularly gracefully.

DQ1 as the proto-JRPG is shockingly simplistic in particular by modern standards and none of the games will give you the 40+ hour runtime you come to expect of Squaresoft/Enix/SE JRPGs. DQ1 with just five towns and around five short dungeons can be completed relatively comfortably in around 7-8 hours. DQ2 offers about 2-3 times the content of the first game and weighs in at around 16-17 hours. DQ3 is probably the centrepiece of this collection and provides the closest experience to what fans of the SNES-era Final Fantasies are used to.
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gamestop2955 (1) on 02, Nov. 2019 08:10 (HKT)
Fans of Dragon Quest/Warrior, get this...
After taking awhile to get this in the mail. Over all my one only issue with this is no reverse-able cover art. I know it was released for Asia only, but I was hopeful for at lease some full art instead of looking at a foreign language I don't know. And it was surprising to me when I started the first game it didn't even ask if I wanted it in English. It just started in it. I've heard/seen complains about this just being the mobile versions of the games. I don't care. As long as I got the first three Dragon Warrior/Quest games back on a Nintendo system. Especially on the Switch, I'm happy. I'd say if you are a fan of these three games and don't wanna get them digitally. Find this, and buy it. Plus the price on it isn't bad compared to other Switch games out there.
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