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Old 12-04-2022, 02:31 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by mysticwaterfall View Post
Been doing Dragons Quest XI S lately. It really sucks you in, and being able to alter the battles be Ultra Fast is certainly a nice improvement in grinding. This actually only my second DQ game after playing IX on the DS years ago and loving it. Someday I'm going to try some of the older games.
Excellent! I recommend V and IV when going back to the classic era. VIII is a good next stop after XI.

For the first three, depending on your tolerance for NES games you might want to try one of the remakes. It makes the most difference with the original Dragon Quest - the NES version could be accurately called ďGrinding: The Video GameĒ but the remakes transform it into the brisk, light RPG experience it really should be (the SNES and GBC versions are equally good and, as I understand it, the current port for the Switch plays the same way.) II is infamous for its late game difficulty spike. Itís less grindy than the original DQ until a certain point where youíll need to do a ten level or so grind, but I donít think itís too imposing. III is one of the best and very impressive in scope for its time (also when the series began to master the episodic style it is known for.) Iíve only played the original PlayStation version of VII but I hear the DS version is just as long (this is where the series got the reputation for 100 hour plus lengths, the earlier ones arenít even half as long.) VI is good but I think VII does a lot of the same things better.
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