Summary: I've played ALL previous dragon quest games and while this is not the same turn based RPG as those, this is by far the worst Dragon quest game. The controls in town are just plain awkward using just the wiimote and it is completely on rails and combat swinging the wiimote is very awkward and I couldn't get a grasp of it. I stopped around Chapter 4.
Summary: The heading says it all. I chose this as an rpg that was turn based. The only thing it is, is that it's an rpg. It is not turn based. The controls are awkward using the wand. You can't even change to a regular type game controller (by wii). I don't understand why you have to buy a regular game controller to play a wii singing game, but to actually game you have to use the very difficult to deal with wand.
Summary: I've enjoyed what some call old school, so I tried it when I got it. To find my thoughts wrong about it I enjoyed it that much more than Mario or Zelda. I found Dragon Warrior so much simpler with it's set path I'd say it's a golden oldie with a twist of actual movement of the player.
Summary: Finding games on the Wii can actually be pretty difficult if your not a child. There seem to be very few games for adults. Excluding fitness games. This is one that is geared more towards kids but is still entertaining for adults.
Summary: Coming from an old school rpg guy, I really enjoyed the game. However, the game was very easy to beat. Does have a little replay value after u beat it by adding new missions and sword upgrades. All in all, 8 out of 10.
Summary: that graphics and gameplay were great but i didnt like the way you controled the main person, it sucked, you couldnt see hime when you were walking around and it was kinda hard to move him, when he was in the towns, and you could only move him with the use of the wii remote and you couldnt use the numchuck at all, over all it liked the game but hated the way you controled the main charater