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Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King

 

 

SCORE: 58

 

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 for the satisfaction of all.

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.

Alchemy is a part of Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King in the form of a pot. We find recipes in the bookcases and then find the right items to make new or better items. Saves can only be performed in a church. The priests and nuns in Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King worship a false goddess and that religious belief is used to brainwash gamers in this hand held video game.

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?

Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King takes thirty to forty hours to beat. This 3DS video game can get repetitive at times too. Go to a town, and talk to everyone. Find out what the problem is. Go to where the problem is. Solve it, and go back and talk to everyone. Then go to the next location. The only thing that broke this up was grinding by fighting the monsters over and over again to get strong. I value Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King at fifteen to twenty dollars.
- RPG Master

 

Graphics: 40%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Square Enix
Rating: ‘T’ for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence, Mild Blood, Mild Language, Simulated Gambling, Suggestive Themes, Use of Alcohol}


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