Reviews and Problems with Dragon Quest IV (Import)
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4cr Plays- Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions (DS)
4 color rebellion
16 November 2010
Conclusion: In any case, the good far outweighs the bad in this game. On the whole I had a very good time, and I hope that in the future Griptonite gets the opportunity to make a longer, richer game in the same vein.
Excerpt: For a gussied-up remake of an NES game, Dragon Quest IV features some nice touches. The clever episodic structure puts a twist on the classic ''young hero saves the world'' formula, and the game adopts several advances from later DQ titles to minimize hassle.
Conclusion: Despite these flaws, for some reason DQ4 hangs together and is an enjoyable game. It does grow wearisome by the end, but you’ll be invested enough to play through the pain and finish the game.
Excerpt: This is not the first time Spider-Man has made his way onto the Nintendo DS. In fact, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions represents the 6th Spidey game on Nintendo’s handheld machine. Unfortunately, the previous Spidey games for the DS have left gamers, well, for the most part, underwhelmed.
Summary: The Nintendo DS has seen a lot of remakes lately, and a lot of them have been really good, especially the Final Fantasy RPGs. But Final Fantasy isn’t the only big RPG franchise out there, Dragon Quest has a strong following too, with games reaching back as far as Final Fantasy, to the original...