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- Product InformationThe first Wii title from publisher Square Enix is an offshoot of the company's Dragon Quest series of role-playing games. Instead of leading a party from a third-person vantage point, players will instead trek across dungeons, forests, and other atmospheric locales from a first-person perspective. Combat is more action-oriented than in previous games, as players wield the Wii Remote like a sword, hacking and slashing at slimes, golems, and other fantastical creatures while blocking their attacks with a shield. More powerful weapons and even magic spells can be acquired as players fulfill quests, compete in mini-games, and discover new areas.
- GameDragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors
- PlatformNintendo Wii
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- ESRB DescriptorFantasy Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year2008
- Game Special Features<li>Engage in real-time combat by swinging your sword with the Wii Remote<br/><br/><li>Craft powerful elemental swords of fire, ice, thunder, and shadow<br/><br/><li>Perform combos by mixing vertical, horizontal, and diagonal slashes<br/><br/>
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- severedxoneFeb 21, 2014by
Goes for a low price, good game to have in your collection.
First off I only gave this 4 stars because the game wasn't quite as long as I expected. Otherwise this was a surprisingly fun title. It's a Wii game thru and thru, it's all motion commands. The sword and shield play is very engaging, and while at first it seems it could get repetitive and boring, it becomes a skill you want to hone. It's a pretty linear game, no real sidequests besides forging every weapon, but I did put close to 30 hours into this and really enjoyed it. On a side note, my 2 year old daughter really loved *trying* to play the slime crisis mini-game :)
- tmazenerFeb 14, 2009by
Dragon Quest, overall fun!
Dragon Quest Swords is a fun,but some times repetitive first person hack/slash with rpg elements. The game has you playing in first person, and you take on the role of a young inexperienced hero's son. The game sets you out to save the world from impending darkness, with the help of three friends(with only 1 in your party at a time) who support you via spells. The core game play revolves around using the wii mote to hack, slash, and stab your enemies,which in itself grows tiresome however the master slash moves spice up the game play nicely(allowing you to preform powerful moves by following commands on the screen.)The main story quest is rather short, but collecting items and gold for the sake of creating stronger weapons, and buying better armor, as well as some fun side quests make for an overall great experience! Read full review
- farriswheel1919Aug 06, 2009by
This is an interesting game to play. Sword slashing is done with the Wii Remote. A little different when you are used to pushing a button for an action. Once you get adjusted to it, play is actually pretty easy and a lot more fun. I do recommend doing the training at the start of the game. I have played others in this series and I prefer some of the more standard RPG look. A FPS look is not what I am interested in. Taking a party and developing it is more fun in my opinion. Having just one character to utilize and control makes for limitations. The secondary party member is not a lot of help. The linear story is slow. You have to go specific directions to progress. If you want to get some of the better items you have to farm for gold/tokens. That takes extra time. Overall game play is enjoyable. Motion Control makes it more realistic/entertaining. I have found that I prefer to stand to better control my movements. It causes things just to work better. Read full review
- destriyanaOct 13, 2008by
Dragon Quest Sword, A short but entertaining game
Great game, although this isn't your standard RPG with long last playtime. But DQ Sword gives you something that other RPG Game don't have, the sensation of actualy being the Hero,although that makes the game more like an Action Game rather than an RPG. Graphic : 7.8 DQ Sword has decent and well executed graphic , with lots of familliar NPC's,and monster's for the DQ Series fans. Sound : 7.8 There are A lot of familliar sound effects from the DQ Series in this game,and DQ Sword gives you good musics to support the battle and adventuruous feeling of the game. Story : 6.5 (spoiler allert) The story is all to short.....You must find the Queen, fix the mask, and fight the boss....the end. Although you could try to defeat the extra bosses after you finished the game. Gameplay : 8.5 Great gameplay! This is the best part of this game. Feel the sensation of real intense battle against dominions of evil in your own living room. The boss battle is the most fun part of this game. It was well made by Square Enix, so you will find the boss battle really fun and entertaining. Replay Value : 8.0 You can always replay the level you've finished to gain more EXP and item's. And with the great gameplay, you'll find yourself palying this game over and over again. This is the kind of game I'm expecting from Nintendo Wii,with real experience and a lot action involving the player themself. With DQ Swords, you can experience the Intense battle of a Hero in an adventure against the minions of Evil. But forget it if your'e looking for 50 hours and complex story RPG. Read full review
- ultraloOct 08, 2011by
Awesome game ! For all levels of players.
This game is the best for young players that can not do the difficult fight scenes. The enemy's are monsters (not other humans) so isn't teaching violence against fellow peers. Actually, it teaches loyalty, camaraderie, and cohesiveness among the hero's. Defending their world which has fallen to an evil entity that requires focus, upgrading of weapons, honing of skill and helping upgrade your comrades to be strong as well. Sounds alot like what needs to happen in todays world, but with the vote instead of the sword. Thanks for a great game and great price.
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