Summary: The merger of Square and Enix at first glance seemed to be a godsend for fans of the latter company’s Dragon Quest series, since Square’s titles enjoyed greater popularity outside Japan than Enix’s.
Summary: I was addicted to this game for almost 3 days straight, but then... I beat it. The story line was good, the characters were cute, and the overall gaming experience was fun. Like i said it was deffinatly a game to breeze through, but lots of fun for all ages. :)
Summary: Of all the DS games my kids (ages 10 and 14) have, this one is at the top of their list. They love the heck out of it and have so much fun with it. My only gripe is that it won't let you save more than one account, so if my daughter wants to play a game of her own, she can't use my son's game...
Summary: My 7-year-old son got this as a gift for Christmas, along with a DS and 3 other games (Zelda, and a couple of older Mario titles, I think). This is the game he played right out of the box and continued to play for the next couple of days - whenever he could, and for as long as he was allowed.
Summary: What a fun RPG this turned out to be. I recently purchased a Nintendo DS, opting for the basic kit, which comes with no game. Since I didn't want to drop full price on one of the more popular DS games, I grabbed this, as much for the price as because of the cover of the box.
Summary: Dragon Quest is probably the most popular RPG series on the planet next to something called Final Fantasy; and with this entry for the DS, the RPG series turns out a fun and enjoyable spin-off that even those unfamiliar with the series can get some enjoyment out of.
Summary: Dragon Quest: Rocket Slime is a cute, fun game for the DS. Although most of its predecessors in the series are RPGs, this is an action-adventure game in the style of the older Zeldas and such--a 2-D game with an overhead view.