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Dragon Warrior VII

Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Teen
4.1 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews
Metascore: 78 / 100
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The popular and influential Dragon Warrior/Quest series finally returned to North America with this chapter for the PSX.

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An fantasy adventure game of epic proportions, Dragon Warrior VII follows the adventures of the hero, his mischievous friend Prince Kiefer, and the feisty Maribel. The trio learns that the peace and tranquility of their island home is soon to be disrupted. Solving time-traveling puzzles transports them back in time, where they discover lost continents. Once in the past, they must solve the mysteries of the continents in order to save the future. If they accomplish this task, the world will be complete; if they fail, the lost lands and their inhabitants will be forever doomed. Dragon Warrior VII features 3-D rendered backgrounds and fluid combat animation, as well as depth of story and character true to this beloved series.

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ASIN B00005OLWB
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4.1 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #14,695 in videogames
#208 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.6 x 4.9 x 0.9 inches
Media: Video Game

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By C. Kim on May 20, 2002
First of all, i would like to mention piece of my mind on graphic. Lot of people complain that the graphic looks really outdated. Personally, i didn't think it was outdated at all. You see, certain games have to accommodate particular graphic in order to really convey the atmosphere and theme of the game. Could you imagine Parappa the Rappa with 3D, realistic graphic? Just go to top of the castle, and roate your screen, dang, it's beautiful!! How many games let you rotate your screen and yet so smoothly? It took long time to make this game and i'm sure that staff at Enix thoughtout everything thoroughly.
Alrite.. I have to, first of all, let you know that this game isn't for everyone. I've played the series from NES day, Dragon Warrior 1 through 4, and replayed them again on GameBoy. Personally I love Dragon Warrior series more than I love Final Fantasy series. When you play the game for few hours, you will realize that it's not really easy to earn your money and experience point like other RPGs. What this means that you will have to not only fight diligently but also spend your money wisely. It's not like other RPG where you have so much money, you have no problem with equiping everyone with latest weapon and armor once you get to next town. However, in Dragon Warrior 7, you will have to work your way up to buy one weapon or armor for one character. Now..you might think that's so stupid, spending, or rather wasting your time on these meaningless thing, when you have world before you to save.. Wrong. You see, when i heard about RPG for very first time, I thought it was so stupid. Come'on, give me a break, no action whatsoever?? You just command character to attack or use magic, and that's it?? And your health point just got reduced by 8 points??
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At first glance when the average gamer starts this game, they wonder about this game's expectations. It boasts a hundred hours of gameplay, so that must mean that the graphics must be really good, right? Well, most gamers take one look at the graphics, fiddle around with the game for a little bit, and give up completely. I warn you, this game is not for those who are only out for the flasy graphics or the gameplay that's so simple any five-year-old could complete it in their sleep. This game is not simple-minded. No, it's not Final Fantasy: It's Dragon Warrior, and having a game that just screams "old school" and boasts about it for a ridiculously long time is absolutely fine with me.
As I already said, at first glance, this game is not particularly pretty to stare at. But if anybody spends enough time with the game, you'll tend to ignore this little minor detail. That's right: minor. This is Dragon Warrior, and the focus is on gameplay here, not making everything look pretty. The majority of the game focuses strictly on battle, where your strategic wits are most needed. Instead of today's "Attack, heal, repeat" strategy, you'll have to dig deeper if you want to come out of the battles alive. In other games in which spells that increase your attack and defense are practically useless, in Dragon Warrior VII, they are all but required.
As well, at first glance, the plot seems as linear as it could be. As the heroes of the game, you have decided to embark on a quest to recover lands lost due to an unknown evil via time travel. This may seem like a pointless game where it all seems like all you have to keep doing is go back in time and rescue the helpless people, then go to the next land, save it, and do it over and over again.
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It's been so long since a Dragon Warrior game has made it to a domestic release that I've almost forgotten the series. For those who may not remember, Dragon Warrior (Dragon Quest in Japan) was one of the first role playing games ever to be released on a console system. The series has seen tremendous success in Japan, and Dragon Warrior 7 for the Playstation is one the best selling games ever as a result. Dragon Warrior 7 is as about as traditional as an RPG can get with the medievil theme, random battles, spells, and the like. It may come as a surprise to some that the graphics have changed little over the years when compared to other RPGs, especially Final Fantasy. However, after you play several hours into the game and get passed the mediocre graphics, you will quickly find yourself hooked. There's something nostalgic about the old style graphics and gameplay...perhaps Enix realized this and developed the game accordingly. The storyline and gameplay are great, and there's never a shortage of areas to explore. This is one massive game...it will take even the best of RPG gamers at least 70 - 80 hours to obtain everything. Perhaps Dragon Warrior 7 will be best appreciated by those who played the older games many years ago, but that doesn't mean it can't be enjoyed by the uninitiated. Dragon Warrior 7 is yet another reason to remember why in an era where graphics often sell a game, quality gameplay is still the most important of any feature.
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Dragon Warrior VII recalls the glory days of RPG gaming, when developers were not reliant on flashy graphics and FMV, but rather a good story, whimsical dialogue, and a deep and engaging plot.
In the era of 3-D texture mapped graphics running at 60 frames per second, Dragon Warrior is indeed a gem to behold. The graphics are terrible but charming, the sound is purely 16- bit but very sumptuous, and the vast world will help you kill off literally hundreds of hours of your life.
The only low point with the game other than the obvious is the somewhat linear nature of the game towards the beginning to the middle section of the plot.
Dragon Warrior VII may not be able to compete with the likes of Final Fantasy X, but for those who love RPGs, Dragon Warrior has the hours and ultimately the heart to keep you glued to your television screen.
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