Enix thought that Dragon Quest would be as successful in America as Japan. So many copies were made that they had to partner with Nintendo Power to give away copies because they didn’t sell.
Most JRPGs feature a multi party of heroes versus a handful of enemies. But in the original Dragon Quest there was only a single hero. Luckily for the player, monsters could only attack you one at a time.
The original Dragon Quest on the Nintendo Famicom was improved upon American release as Dragon Warrior om the NES. They made the graphics much better and had battery-backed saved files.
Final Fantasy X came out on PS2 back in the early 2000’s, but I never got to play it. They made an “HD” version for PS3 (which includes the sequel X-2) so I figured why not? Though Final Fantasy and me have never gotten along very well. From the classic games that originated on theContinue reading “Things I Hate: Final Fantasy X (PS2/PS3)”
While Dragon Quest made a name for itself on Nintendo consoles, it didn’t have problems jumping ship to Sony’s Playstation and PS2 after Super Nintendo. After Dragon Quest VIII though, Square Enix announced that IX would be on DS and later revealed that X would be on Wii. However before those games were produced, theyContinue reading “Video Game History: Dragon Quest Swords (Nintendo Wii)”