Last night my sabre-toothed cat spoke to me, and it said you’ve found that lover friend. So now I’ve finally got the courage just to ask you baby, ooh, will you, will you marry me girl? Smack that slime!
When this game was first released on the NES, the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a long way from ending its TV run. Lots of things have changed since the early 90s, but DQ knows better. Psaro the Manslayer awaits.
This game survives years of waiting, a publisher change, and a new subtitle, but does it survive this second opinion? I’ll let you know as soon as I get back from checking on my progress at Alltrades Abbey.
If you enjoy Dragon Quest, but wish the games weren’t thirty to forty hours long, you’re in luck. Chapters of the Chosen is a bunch of little bite-sized Dragon Quests wrapped into a neat package.
You say you want some revelations well you know, we all wanna save the world. You tell me that they’re evolution well you know, we all wanna save the world. But when you talk about destruction, don’t you know that you can count me out (in)! Don’t you know it’s gonna be all right.
With less than a week before RPGamers get a chance to get their hands on this heavenly bride, Glenn Wilson decided to share his thoughts on the game. Which woman will you grind with?
The first Dragon Quest remake for the DS has arrived! Are the always clever enemy names enough to woo RPGamer?