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Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation - Nintendo DS

by Nintendo
Nintendo DS
Teen
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews) 78 / 100

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  • Features -
  • Experience the final chapter of the Zenithian Saga on your DS - the long awaited sequel to Dragon Quest IV and V
  • Choose from nine different starting classes and unlock many others in the return of Alltrades Abbey
  • As you upgrade your classes each character will gain exciting new spells and abilities
  • Defeat the monsters that stand against you and you may even gain the reward of their allegiance

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  • ASIN: B002I0GKIQ
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 4.9 x 0.6 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 14, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,121 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

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Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation is a single player turn-based Role-Playing Game (RPG) for play on Nintendo DS and DSi. The final release in a trilogy of Dragon Quest games originally developed for console play and later remade for the Nintendo DS, Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation allows players to assemble their own party of comrades, assume different character classes and develop their abilities in combat, abilities with magic and with items found throughout the game's different explorable worlds. Additional features include: improved graphics, mini-game play options and more.

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Turn-based RPG action concluding the Zenithia Trilogy.
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Traditional RPG Adventure Spanning 3 Worlds

15 years after its initial console release in Japan, the final chapter in the popular Dragon Quest Zenithia saga and sequel to Dragon Quest IV and Dragon Quest V is remade for DS players in North America in Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation. In this epic journey the Real world, the Dream world and the mysterious Dread Realm are yours to explore as you and your allies regain your lost memories, realize your physical and magical powers and abilities and use them to confront the many problems caused by the evil Murdaw, in an attempt to save your world.

Gameplay

Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation like other releases in the series is a single player turn-based RPG featuring random battles and a deep character class system. Action revolves around the adventures, general combat and boss battles faced by the player's hero and comrades that the hero adds to his party in his travels throughout the various worlds/realms present in the game. Success in these endeavors drives the game's story forward, allows for the accumulation of experience points, mastery of initially available character classes, access to additional classes and exciting new spells and abilities. Success against certain enemies also allows for the co-opting of their strength as they are persuaded to join the cause of the quest. Additional features include: "Wagon" functionality that allows the player to retain acquired characters until the player chooses to swap them out for any of the currently played characters, improved graphics, Slime Arena and other mini-games and more.

Key Game Features

  • Experience the final chapter of the Zenithian Saga on your DS - the long awaited sequel to Dragon Quest IV and V
  • Choose from nine different starting classes and unlock many others in the return of Alltrades Abbey
  • As you upgrade your classes each character will gain exciting new spells and abilities
  • Defeat the monsters that stand against you and you may even gain the reward of their allegiance
  • Choose your favorite type of slime to take with you, or even bring a Hacksaurus
  • From the Slime, to the Mud Mannequin, to the Canni-box, many classic foes are back to try and stop you from reaching the Dread Fiend

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Improved dual screen graphics seen in Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation
Improved graphics.
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Slime Arena mini-game from Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation
Mini-game options.
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Classics RPG play mechanics.
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Product Description

A Traditional Adventure Spanning 3 Worlds! The Dragon Quest phenomenon continues in this epic journey: Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation! The Real world, the Dream world, and the mysterious Dread Realm are yours to explore as you confront the many problems caused by the evil Murdaw and take on several other challenges as well. ~ Choose How to Defeat Your Enemies, Even...With Your Enemies?! Will you become a Priest, a Paladin, or maybe a Merchant? Choose from 9 different starting classes—and unlock many others—in the return of Alltrades Abbey. As you upgrade your classes each character will gain exciting new spells and abilities. As your number of companions expands, you’ll even get help from some familiar faces—MONSTERS! Choose your favorite type of slime to take with you, or even bring a Hacksaurus! ~ See the Return of Classic and Compelling Foes! Some familiar faces have returned to stand in your way! From the Slime, to the Mud Mannequin, to the Canni-box, many classic foes are back to try and stop you from reaching the Dread Fiend. There are also some other faces in the mix like the Mottle Slime and the Jumping Jackal. ~ The Final Chapter in the Zenithian Saga! The final chapter of the Zenithian Saga is finally here--the long awaited sequel to Dragon Quest IV and V! Will these heroes have the strength and courage of the heroes before them? Will they be able to save the worlds from the Dread Fiend?

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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars At long last... a full review of Dragon Quest 6 DS February 17, 2011
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Dragon Quest games used to be called "Dragon Warrior" in the United states. I was one of the people to have played the original Dragon Warrior for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). This was just the beginning, as eight more games have followed in the series, as well as many spin-offs. Dragon Quest 6 was originally released for the Super Famicom (The equivalent of the U.S. Super Nintendo), and was never localized for the U.S... until now with this re-release.

If you have played any Dragon Quest game before, you will know exactly what to do. You explore towns, talk to everyone you see, explore dungeons, battle monsters, earn lots of loot, get stronger, and repeat the process. Usually, the game will point you in the right direction in the major story events. The story progresses in a linear fashion for the most part, and even the world maps are designed to be somewhat restrictive to a linear path. This is typical of Dragon Quest games since the third installment. To advance, you will often need to go between the two worlds in much the same way as "The Legend of Zelda: a Link to the Past". If something exists in one world, they will likely have a similar counterpart in the other world.

Battles are identical to any other Dragon Warrior or Dragon Quest game since the second; you can Attack, use your character's skills, use items, defend, or try to run away. They are all turn-based, which means you can plan ahead for the boss battles (and you will certainly need to plan these out). In fact, the battle system is identical to the other two Dragon Quest remakes on the DS.
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28 of 34 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Quite as Compelling as its DS Predecessors February 20, 2011
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Occasionally, it's nice to escape from the industrialized world. Some people do this through camping. Others kick a ball across an empty field. Those who like to experience an idyllic fantasy play Dragon Quest. On February 14, the latter group's dream was fulfilled, as the only Dragon Quest never to reach America, Dragon Quest 6, arrived in American retail stores.

Dragon Quest 6 isn't just special for being the last Dragon Quest to arrive - it's also a part of what many consider to be the golden age of RPGs: the 16-bit era. The SNES was home to legendary titles such as Chrono Trigger, Earthbound, and Final Fantasy 6, but only Japan experienced Dragon Quest 6.

Unfortunately, these classics are not Dragon Quest 6's only adversaries. It also faces fifteen years of technological and mechanical advancements in the video game industry. People who're already Dragon Quest fans likely won't care, as they often admire the series' simplicity, but other individuals may be averse to spending $35 on a 15-year-old game with minimal graphical and gameplay improvements.

If we pretend that it's 1995, would Dragon Quest 6 be considered amazing? Well, if one is to consider its storytelling alone, no. Dragon Quest 4 and 5 were critically lauded for being storytelling innovators. The former introduced a scenario system that allowed players to follow the lives of individual characters, while the latter put the player in the role of a hero who initially shadowed his father and eventually raised a family of his own. Instead of attempting another new storytelling method, Dragon Quest 6 puts the player on a guided quest for the game's initial hours then becomes a game of exploration - much like the original Dragon Quest.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation March 21, 2011
By J. Diaz
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is awesome, if you like the dragon quest series, you should definitely get this game! I was wondering weather I should play DQ 4 and 5 first before this one, but it doesn't make a difference since the trilogy isn't really connected. I actually liked this game more than DQ9 because you are able to interact with the characters in your party, unlike DQ9 where they seemed more like ghosts following you around and helping you fight. Great story line aswell, I can't wait to pay DQ 4 and 5!
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Still Fun After So Long February 19, 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
By now when it comes to Dragon Quest--the DS remakes in particular--we should know what to expect. Dragon Quest VI, much like Dragon Quest V was never released outside of Japan. Instead it stayed there and, like every other game in the series, became a ridiculous sensation, besting much of its competition. There's nothing Dragon Quest VI throws at you that you haven't seen before. The basic structure of Dragon Quest has often been why the series has been such a staple in Japan, and a part of the reason it's hardly done anything to change. This has caused Dragon Quest to have a bit of contention with western gamers. And true enough, Dragon Quest VI is more or less the same kind of game as all the others which came before it. If you weren't a big fan of Dragon Quest before, you're hardly likely to jump in now.

Dragon Quest VI, like just about every game in the series has hardly ever been about story. In fact, much like some of the games which precede it the story is quite forgettable. You begin the game as the hero who wakes up with a couple of allies, goes off to fight a dark lord and lose the battle only to wake up and discover it's a dream. The story, for the most part, lacks a lot of context and heart. The characters aren't really developed at all and there's a lot of time spent that actually isn't really focusing on story at all. This is not exactly stuff that's new to Dragon Quest. Many of their stories are forgettable. What they lack in story they usually make up for with expansive worlds, tons of sidequests and hidden goodies and usually just being all around fun. It works for Dragon Quest VI as well. If story is your kind of thing, Dragon Quest probably never appealed to you a whole lot anyway.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as the DQ 8 or 9.
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If you have a DS and enjoy role playing then you should have the Dragon Quest games. Unfortunately number IV which I think is the best of them all, had the vast majority of its... Read more
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Never been a fan of Dragon Warrior games, but Dragon Quest VIII on the PS2 really turned me around on this series. So I decided to grab up the DS trilogy. Read more
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great old school game.
Well, I am old school man...but that is besides the point. I spent 108 hours leveling up and earning different job types...very cool!
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5.0 out of 5 stars great rpg
it was my first dq game and i will ply others a definite must buy for any rpg and video game lovers.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad not fantastic
It is a kinda sorta decent game with an alright story but in the end its a game you can only play once and be done with forever.
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