Excerpt: Blue Dragon Plus is unmistakeably a Blue Dragon game: it has a Blue Dragon featured, Shu and company have returned and it still has an odd obsession with monster body waste, but it isn’t, as the name suggests, merely a simple upgrade to Mistwalker’s and Artoon’s original game.
Excerpt: Co-developed by Lost Odyssey's FeelPlus+ and Heroes of Mana's Brownie Brown, Blue Dragon Plus follows in the footsteps of Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings and Heroes of Mana as a real-time tactical RPG.
Excerpt: It seems odd that Blue Dragon Plus, the Nintendo DS spin-off from 2007's not-quite-as-good-as-everybody-had-hoped Xbox 360-exclusive JRPG Blue Dragon, exists. In the West, Blue Dragon didn't exactly set critics, or tills, alight. But in Japan, Blue Dragon is massive.
Excerpt: I have to admit that I have never been the biggest RPG fan, but I have had the chance to dabble in the genre now and again. In 2007 we here at GameBoyz had the chance to review Blue Dragon, a fairly solid RPG on the Xbox 360.
Excerpt: One year has passed since Shu and his friends defeated the Ancient Nene. Guess who is back in Blue Dragon Plus? Nene, Shadows, and much more. Blue Dragon Plus is a role playing game where the player has teams of characters who fight in real time.
Conclusion: archaic. With this eighth chapter, Enix has gone with cel shading, thereby giving the game a far more polished look. Another interesting addition to the look and feel of this game when compared to its predecessors is that DQ VIII will employ the use of voice actors, a noticeable departure from the...
Excerpt: The original Blue Dragon was released way back in December of 2006 and finally brought to the US in August of 2007. Due to its success, there is now a sequel, Blue Dragon Plus . It is not a port of the original game. This is an entirely new game with completely different gameplay.