Reviews and Problems with Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter
Showing 1-10 of 27
Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter review (PS2)
12 December 2005
Excerpt: Whether you believe in Hell or not, there’s no denying it sounds like an unpleasant place. Fire lashes out, peels away your skin and incinerates your innards; a flame that no water can quench.
Excerpt: Change is good. Considering how doggedly Capcom has refused to make major changes to their other series (Resident Evil, Street Fighter), it may come as a huge surprise the almost complete overhaul that the new Breath of Fire has received.
Pros: Awesome battle system, Excellent music and graphics, SOL adds replayability, Very challenging
Cons: Short first time through, Save system not great, Lots of long battles and linear dungeons
Excerpt: Let's face it, the initial reaction to those preview screenshots of Breath of Fire V would have put any OAP on a ventilator. Many found the cel-shading quite cheap looking and those preferring the graphics of the last two games would be thrown into torture.
Excerpt: Backdrop Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter (BoFDQ) is the highly anticipated fifth installment of a much admired series of RPG’s. So, why not call the game Breath of Fire V: Dragon Quarter ? Though this is the title of the Japanese version released months ago, our version’s title clearly omits the “V”.
Excerpt: Well this is another one of the Famed Breath of Fire games. Where you as a normal person just living out your life then of course you eventually find out you are a ?destroyer of Worlds? or something like that.
Excerpt: In Chi's recent review of The Getaway , he raises some interesting questions about the importance of gameplay. Chi wonders if perhaps too much emphasis is put on the gameplay component of certain titles, to the point where it overshadows everything, including innovation.
Excerpt: It’s not because only the truly elite get to see the book; the explanation is much more simple than that. It’s because no such outline exists. There is no pre-existing list of criteria that an RPG has to meet in order to be considered a classic.
Excerpt: In a nutshell, Dragon Quarter is about Ryu, Nina, and Lin and their attempt to find the way out from the deep underground cities where humanity now dwells. Their quest to find the sky and save the life of Nina seems unoriginal in execution with cliché coincidences littered throughout, but in truth,...