Dragon Quest III User Reviews

10

must have

Summary:

Although the Game Boy Advance is already out (I've had mine for a while), Nintendo and several third parties are still pumping out games for Nintendo's relatively short-lived handheld. This game, a re release of the classic NES RPG, is well worth buying, even if you already have a Game Boy Advance. And while I may have been a little generous with my review of Final Fantasy Legends III, I know that this game richly deserves its score.
Players take on the role of a 16-year old boy who seeks to avenge the death of his father, who fell at the hands of the Demon Lord Baramos. You are asked sever...

10

Dragon Warrior 3

The good:

Nice story line.

The bad:

Nuthin!

Summary:

Good for people who like dragon warrior monsters... U should try this nice game. But you must have a lot of patience to complete this game.Finding good weapons in this game is hard but with a little patience and hard work will get u some... It is a long game but is still one of the best games for gameboy color. This is a must have game for people who likes playing role-playing games... This is a hard game but....... Still a good game! HAHA! (just to take up space) (just to take up space) (just to take up space) (just to take up space) (just to take up space) (just to take up space) (just to...

9.0

This is not a bad game.

The good:

There are many hours of game play, many opponents, and many dungeons.

The bad:

Sometimes it is boring trying to get from town to town, and there is not much action in the battles.

Summary:

This is not a bad game. There are many enemies, items, and bosses. The dungeons are long and the bosses are challenging. There are many towns to go to, and people to talk to. There are three worlds and a side quest area where you have to get monster medals from enemies to get farther into the cave. The only bad things are it is sometimes boring traveling from town to town, the battles don't have much action in them, and trying to get the monster medals is boring, but you don't have to get all the monster medals to complete the game. Anyone who enjoys RPG's should consider getting this...

7.0

Dragon Warrior 3

Summary:

Dragon Warrior 3 is not that bad of a game, because it has the same concept of many good games such as Pokemon, Monster Rancher, and Golden Sun. It is very good in the beginning when you pick you characters and get new equipment. But as the game progresses, the monsters get harder and harder. It makes you train more and more. This gets really annoying. Most of the time, you end up dying and then paying a lot of money to revive yourself. That's why I didn't even finish the game. It was too hard in the very beginning. It was even hard to train your people because there are monsters in...

10

Dragon Warrior 3

The good:

Everything is good. This is an exceptional RPG. Things that are exceptionally good are the story, control, the music on the NES version, and how the game was displayed.

The bad:

Nothing is wrong with this game. If there is it's not very noticable. Things exceptionally bad is the music on the GBC version.

Summary:

This game is one of the only RPGs other than Golden Sun 1 and 2, and the Final Fantasy series to achieve total perfection. It's very long and very puzzling, but the story pulls you in like a cat chasing a mouse. This game is so good everyone should play it. DW3 does have one minor flaw like the annoying music on the GBC , but not on the NES version, but who said you had to listen to the music. The greatest part of DW3 is how the events are all linked together somehow. This game deserves 8 fingers,and 2 thumbs sky high.

8.2

Three's a Charm

The good:

Characters, gameplay, story, character creation, good graphics for a GB game, day-night transition, and much more!

The bad:

Annoying monsters, hard bosses

Summary:

You can tell by the title: DW3 is defeniatly the successor of the first DW games. In fact, it's a lot better!
Well, the cahracter creation is a really great thing in this game. Instead of having set companons or none at all, you can choose which ones and their stats, each class with its own special features. Even know your characters don't talk much, you can still interact with them at certain scenes or when using special items. You really get to know those little pixely sprites...
I also enjoyed the day-to-night feature. Even though this doesn't happen while in Alefgard, you still enjoy ...

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