Reviews and Problems with Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker
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S. Fann, Amazon
28 September 2011
Summary: I was excited about this game, and loved the idea of another monster-breeding rpg. Sadly this game just didn't cut it for me. I didn't even make it through the first monster tournament task before I gave it up. Life is short, and there are better games I'd rather spend my limited free time on. Why I dislike it: Story The story is incredibly forced and unnecessarily angst filled.
Summary: The story is not that great; it's incredibly cliched. The bad boy look of his doesn't match up to what you are doing, nor does his personality really shine throughout the game. Incredible level-grinding, not taking into account breeding skills and levels to be ABLE to breed. The upside to this is that it's 3-d and there are many new monsters. This game isn't as memorable as Dragon Warrior Monsters 1 or 2.
Excerpt: The Dragon Quest series has been around for a really long time. It has had a huge fan base since its arrival on the NES all those years ago. The stories often differ but the theme is always the same. A human master who can tame monsters and train them to fight and become stronger so that they my help the Main character of whichever game save the day. Many of the favourite monster reccur in each and every title. This one is no exception.
Summary: Hola amigos de Ciao. En esta ocasión os voy a hablar de nuevo de un videojuego, en este caso para la Nintendo Ds, el Dragon Quest Monsters:Joker. UN POCO DE HISTORIA DE DRAGON QUEST Los aficionados a los videojuegos sabrán que Dragon Quest es una saga de videojuegos de rol muy similar a la saga Final Fantasy, y que en Japón ha tenido mucho éxito desde el principio. Esta saga fue creada por la compañía Enix.