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.
Summary: Dragon Quarter is definitely not for everyone. When I say "not for everyone", I'm including fans of the previous Breath of Fire (BoF) games as well. I'm an old school gamer. I grew up playing video games when role playing and adventure games were tough to beat. Dragon Quarter sort of goes back to the old difficulty curve found in older RPGs, but with different style; this can be a good thing for hardcore gamers, but in Dragon Quarter's case, you'll either love it or hate...
Summary: I just downloladed Breath of Fire 4 off the Playstation Store, and it reminded me of a time where I bought this game and sold it a couple days later. I usually am a big fan of the BOF series, but this one really fell short. It wasn't anything like the previous games. If you want a good Breath of Fire game, Just pick any that came before this and it will be a thousand times better than this one.
Summary: This game is certainly by favorite in the series. With its intriguing style of combat (I know its not totally new) with a story that just never seems to end, its a game I hope to soon play through again. Trying not to spoil anything, but as you progress in story you unlock more cut scenes and developing story for your next run through.