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Dragon Quest 3 SNES Review


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Dragon Quest 3 SNES Review

Author : Eli Gali

Submitted : 2013-12-13 01:57:31    Word Count : 439    Popularity:   Not Rated

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Copyright (c) 2013 Eli Gali

Another year and yet another Dragon Quest, or so it seems nowadays.

For me there is a slight 'sigh' each time I see a new Dragon Quest advertisement on which-ever platform it magically appears. The reason I sigh, is that as good they may be on their respective newer consoles, never has one caught my imagination like the originals, in specific Dragon Quest 3 for the Super Famicom/SNES.

The Dragon Quest/Warrior games could very well be the greatest achievements within the world of RPG, as EVERYTHING in any other RPG can be retraced or accredited to this fantastic series. Within Dragon Quest 3, I see class systems, non linear gameplay mechanics, upgradable weapons, male and female protagonists and to be honest so much to do, that I'm truly surprised I have time to live. The stories are unique in their approach (at least for games dating back almost three decades) and this edition in the series is no different.

Your the son/daughter of the legendary hero and as the title suggests, you are about to embark on a quest. For any good fellow, numerous travel companions are a must, with the protagonist able to recruit 3 buddies for the trip. Then we begin and set off retracing the steps of our father, in order to save the world.

Now I understand peoples hesitation in wondering the difference between their beloved 'Dragon Warrior 3' on the NES and Dragon Quest 3 (the Japanese equivalent) on the Super Famicom. Quite frankly, the difference is minimal. However, the small details in this game make the bricks that eventually build the house. Dragon Quest 3 has a lot of bricks.

The game was fantastic on the original NES, and still is, but over the years the colour and gameplay seem limited to what became in the remake of 1996 (for the Super Famicom).

Although the difference is glaringly obvious to most, (being that its faster and brighter) after a while we begin to see the original gameplay, transcend into arguably, the best game in the series with minor tweaks. Like adding a diamond to a gold ring. The original being beautiful in itself, but now with extra glimmer.

For me the whole series is essential (even the newest games), but to have any of these games on the SNES is a definite must for any Nintendoaholic or RPG maestro, because this is what RPG's are made of, quite literally.

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