Excerpt: Dragon Quest games usually don't come to mind when interesting RPG stories are mentioned, but some installments in the series did a lot of nifty things that were quite progressive when first released.
Excerpt: Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen , the first of the Zenithia Trilogy to be re-released on the Nintendo DS, is the only game in the trilogy to have seen a North American release prior to this DS rollout.
Excerpt: Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen has finally arrived for the Nintendo DS. Though Enix had planned to localize the PlayStation remake of the original NES title in 2002, developer Heartbeat took an ill-timed sabbatical and the North American version never came to fruition.
Excerpt: Dragon Quest is a tough franchise for many North Americans to wrap their heads around. Contrary to the Final Fantasy series, each successive entry of Dragon Quest is guaranteed to have certain similarities rather than a breadth of new ideas.
Excerpt: Rallying is a motorsport that seems tailor-made for video games, yet its thrilling high speed racing around the most perilous of courses doesn't seem to get as much attention as the Gran Turismos and Ridge Racers of this world.
Excerpt: DiRT arrives on the PS3 approximately 2 and half months after its release on the Xbox 360. Developed by Codemasters, DiRT is the sixth racing game in the Colin McRae Rally series and is the last one to be published before his tragic death in a helicopter crash.
Conclusion: So there you have it, a rundown of Dragon Quest IV for the Nintendo DS. Although Square Enix never put as much effort into remaking the game as they have done with previous games, Dragon Quest IV is what it is – a solid role-playing game that is fun to play, despite feeling a little dated.
Conclusion: Even though DiRT has a few faults, there is no denying that the game is the most fun you will have with a racer because, despite those faults, DiRT delivers on a level that is something to marvel from rally racers.
Excerpt: The "masters" work in codified ways. Those who speak freely about finding a perfectly and completely good explanation are just messing around, particularly since there's not much to explain. Under the new name of DiRT...