Reviews and Problems with Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime
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Worth checking out
15 June 2007
Summary: This game certainly isn't for everyone. If you're looking for an RPG, and can't stand childish gameplay look elsewhere. This isn't a typical Dragon Quest game. However if you can get past the childishness there's a lot to love about Dragon Quest Rocket Slime.
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: I've never played any of the Dragon Quest games, so this whole franchise is new to me. I knew about it, but never played it. I do love action RPG style games and the Legend of Zelda series, so after reading reviews and seeing people say good things about Rocket Slime, I decided to take a chance and...
"No Spine, Just Guts!" The game is as good as the tagline!
4 June 2007
Summary: The Dragon Quest universe, as a whole, is a heck of a FUN place to visit. It's simply chock full of wonder, be it found in the heroes that sacrifice all to save the day, the numerous creatures that roam the land, the intricate locations themselves..
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: The game has quite a few good aspects to it. The single player asks for you to collect things like in Powerstone 1 & 2, while it also has a gameplay that resembles zelda. It also incorporates a fair level of humor that pokes fun at several things (wii, famous people, etc.).
Summary: Up until last June or so, I had never heard of Rocket Slime. However, that all changed once the focus of "Slime Knights" (a Square Enix promotional team im part of) changed from "Dragon Quest 8" to "Rocket Slime". So, since then my interest in the game has peaked since learning more about it.
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.