Reviews and Problems with Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter
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Breath of rotten egg farts
14 February 2013
Summary: So my parents got me this game when i turned 13 years old (about 10 years ago). Anyway, let me start by saying this game has a wonderful compelling story line. You meet a little girl whos dying and you have to make get out of the underground world before she dies. However, this game has a serious drawback which just totally kills the game for me... its the damn D-Counter... Okay so you gwt this amazing power to transform into a kickass dragon.
Excerpt: Every now and then, you have a game in a long-running series that completely turns the formula on its head, which is a polite way of saying "if we didn't put the name on it, you wouldn't think for a second it's part of the series." Such is the case with Dragon Quarter, ostensibly the fifth entry into the Breath of Fire games and a radical departure from not only the series, but from RPGs in general.
Excerpt: Ecological disaster has forced the human race far underground, where they gradually rebuilt their civilization in the depths of the earth. While on patrol, a security guard named Ryu and his friend Bosch have a run-in with the terrorist group Trinity, where they get separated. Ryu soon afterward encounters a mysterious, silent red-winged girl named Nina.
Summary: i like role playing games so i got it.i also like the old systems,because of the game play and the formating of the programs.there is a down side to the old systems like trying to find hint books and paddles and/or joysticks for these systems.also the other reason i got these was,because i like the original series.