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Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King

 

 

Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King 

 

My spirit soars with gratitude that Family Friendly Gaming purchased a copy of Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King on the Nintendo 3DS for this review. It recovers my sadness of the unprofessional failures of the Nintendo PR & Marketing department. It also encourages me that video game corruption will one day be solved and resolved to the satisfaction of all. If not, I know Family Friendly Gaming has my back. I also appreciate all of the readers who tell us they do not purchase games from companies that fail to send Family Friendly Gaming a copy of. You are making a direct impact on the industry.

Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King is a turn based role playing game ported over from the Playstation 2. The world is in a 3D setting where we can rotate the camera to look around. Monsters are seen on the screen and will spawn quite frequently. This is needed since a ton of grinding is required in Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King. We grind for levels, skill points, and money. Money is used for better weapons and armor. If all of your characters die in a battle then you will spawn back at the last church you were in. The church will take half of your money to revive your team. Make sure you avoid that by grinding frequently and often.

Magic is a part of Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King. There is also enticement to lust, lack of attire, violence, blood, alcohol, gambling, tobacco, and bad language. The music in Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King is fantastic. I wish the bad language had been left out of this role playing video game. It was not needed. The same with the religious teachings of the Gaia belief set. Why can't the Judeo-Christian belief set be represented in these games? Video game companies could do it if they were not trying to convert all of us into their religious beliefs. I am astounded that more gamers are not up in arms about this. Yet they let companies like Square Enix and Nintendo get away with it. Why? Christians are attacked in the video game industry for sharing all of the wonderful things Jesus Christ has done for us. Why is there such a double standard?
{05/18/2017} - RPG Master

 

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