Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation Pro Reviews

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Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation Reviews

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1UP  --- Feb 14 '11
Destructoid 9.0/10 Sep 30 '08
Game Focus 7.8/10 Mar 08 '11
Games Radar 8/10 Feb 16 '11
Games Radar 8/10 Feb 16 '11
Gamespy 4/5 Oct 17 '08
Gamespy 4/5 Oct 17 '08
Gaming Excellence 6.9/10 May 11 '11
IGN DS 7.0/10 Feb 18 '11
Nintendo The Official Magazine  --- May 20 '11
Worthplaying 8.5/10 Feb 28 '11
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"Of all the recent Dragon Quest remakes, Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation seems to be the one most in search of an identity. The original distinguished itself as the most advanced of the "Zenithia Trilogy" (referred to as such because of the castle that appears in all three entries) thanks to its superior graphics and lengthy quest. But today, without the benefit of comparatively improved graphics over its peers, some of the flaws begin to show through. The adventure shows quite a bit of promise early on: after an unsuccessful attempt to take down the latest in a long line of Demon Lords, the Hero awakens in his village under very suspicious circumstances. Eventually it comes to light that there are two worlds -- a Real World and a Dream World -- and that the hero can travel between them both. On the surface, they look the same, but several of the more important differences heavily influence the early hours of the game."
"Lock's Quest is a game that has been scarcely covered, and I have no idea why. Despite being published by the rather notable THQ, it seems that a lot of gamers have never even heard of this DS st..."
"...Dragon Quest VI for the DS looks to be a fitting remake of the well-regarded SNES game, and players who may have just jumped on board the Dragon Quest boat with last year's Sentinels of the Starry Skies can know look forward to experiencing a revamped edition of one the series' most loved titles from the past."
" The Dragon Quest franchise, even in its more recent titles, is one of the most traditional series in gaming, so you’d be wrong to think a DS remake of the sixth game in the series would be revolutionary. A huge hit 15 years ago on the Super Famicom (aka SNES), this is the first rerelease of Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation, and the first time it’s ever been officially available in English, so it’s a must buy for DQ completists. But even if you’re a DQ novice, this classic RPG has tons to offer anyone looking for a “new” portable adventure... ..."
" The Dragon Quest franchise, even in its more recent titles, is one of the most traditional series in gaming, so you’d be wrong to think a DS remake of the sixth game in the series would be revolutionary. A huge hit 15 years ago on the Super Famicom (aka SNES), this is the first rerelease of Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation, and the first time it’s ever been officially available in English, so it’s a must buy for DQ completists. But even if you’re a DQ novice, this classic RPG has tons to offer anyone looking for a “new” portable adventure... "
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