Summary: Let me say first of all that the game came in sooner than expected, which pleased me tremendously. As for the game itself, I gave it four stars because the graphics, although good were not amazing. That is to be expected in a DS game though. I enjoyed seeing every member of the party following the character, but the game lagged a bit when 3 characters followed the main character around. There really isn't much of a plot; the game focuses more on taking quests.
Summary: Ah Dragon Quest, the RPG series that predates Final Fantasy, that has staunchly kept its "classic" menu and fighting system. Originally released in the United States as Dragon Warrior, this [Square] Enix title garnered a cult following; well-deserved, I might add, and either you like the game or you don't. Dragon Warrior on the NES was the very first video game that I ever beat.
Summary: After having spent way over a hundred hours of game play in Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies it is safe to say that it truly is one, if not the best RPG the DS has to offer. It basically takes everything, well mostly everything, that we love about the Dragon Quest series and makes it better. The game is enormous in scale even compared to other games in the same franchise, and it includes a multi-player component that works amazingly well.
Summary: Dragon Quest IX was the first Dragon Quest or Dragon Warrior game that I had ever gotten. It was good enough that now I am searching all over for more Dragon Quest games. Sentinels of the Starry Skies is fantastic for many reasons, but there are a few drawbacks. The story was very well made. You are a celestrian (this world's equivalent to an angel) and you have to travel around the world doing good deeds for other people.
Summary: I bought this for my son. He paid with his Christmas money. He likes the game very much and plays it alot. It is appropriate for children (he is 10) and easy for them to pick up and play with ease.
Summary: Good for grinding if you like that. In this particular game there;s no monster recruitment. I'd recommend DQ JOKER for that. This is just to hold me over until DQ Joker 2 comes to north America. Also if you're planning to get Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation for Nintendo DS you should know there is limited monster recruiting. Decent game that will definitly eat your time up.
Summary: If only I had more time to play these games. Sleep is so over rated. Having acquired a Nintendo or two, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Playstation, PS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360, Gameboy, GB Advance & GB Color. with over 600 games to play, I am splitting my time very thin. To get hooked on a game means I lose time on another game. THIS IS ONE OF THOSE GAMES! DQ-9 is another RPG that is well in keeping with the series.
Summary: I love this game, I created characters for me, my girlfriend, cat and dog. They are my party. They even have cat ears and equipment, which you can create with alchemy. The story is very good and emotional. The online stuff is very good too, but it opens up at about hour 15 for me....I am only 18 hours into it and seem to be beginning. It will be a long game...
Summary: $35 is what this game will run you, and you can spend 40-50 hours in completing just the main story. This game is incredible value for money, just for the longevity. The fun in this game lies everywhere. Character creation to the point where you can have your own body style, hair style, facial expression (although it's a permanent one, no emoting for these characters), wardrobes that wouldn't look out of place in Las Vegas, and others that would let you fit into...