I is a very interesting experience, as it is the precursor of the genre and also unique in the sense that it's a solo a adventure, there is no party, just the main character and a small world to explore. You can enjoy it or not, but it's so short that I'd recommend it either way.
Yeah, I’ll definitely be buying these to play and to show support even if they’re the not so great 3DS/PS4 ports. Plus I have mint copies of DQ 1,2 and 3 on GBC to fall back on anyways. =]
What does Play-Asia have to do with this? That page is linking to SE Asia's Facebook page.
I don't really know where I was looking or how I thought that was there. My bad.What does Play-Asia have to do with this? That page is linking to SE Asia's Facebook page.
For Asia, the first three DRAGON QUEST games are coming to Nintendo Switch in one package! ●”DRAGON QUEST” ●”DRAGON QUEST II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line” ●”DRAGON QUEST III: The Seeds of...www.facebook.com
These are the same as the ones that hit PS4 and 3DS a couple years back which are similar to the mobile versions but better, and those were based off the SNES versions.
The NES versions game years later but generally had some nice visual upgrades, gameplay balancing and added battery backed saving for the earlier titles. DW1-2 NES especially are a good jump over DQ1-2 Famicon.
Thanks. I had only played DW on NES. I look forward to trying the OG again as DQ along with 2 and 3.
Yeah, it does. Just in 16:9 and without the touchscreen overlay.
Also an updated translation which better matches the later and current games.