Dragon Quest XI: Echoes Of An Elusive Age (PS4) (Playstation 4)

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DRAGON QUEST XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age tells a captivating tale of a hunted hero and is the long-awaited…

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DRAGON QUEST XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age tells a captivating tale of a hunted hero and is the long-awaited role-playing game from series creator Yuji Horii, character designer Akira Toriyama and composer Koichi Sugiyama.

While it is the eleventh mainline entry in the critically acclaimed series, DRAGON QUEST XI is a completely standalone experience that features entirely new characters, a beautifully detailed world, finely tuned turn-based combat, and an immersive story that will appeal to long-time fans and franchise newcomers alike.

A young man, about to participate in his village’s coming of age ceremony, travels to a Sacred Stone alongside his childhood friend. After a series of unexpected events, this intrepid adventurer learns he is the reincarnation of a legendary hero from a forgotten age. The young hero sets forth into an unknown world on a journey to unravel the mystery of his past… but the welcome he receives is far from warm. Upon revealing his identity to the King, the hero is branded as “The Dark spawn” and hunted by a relentless army. Fleeing from his pursuers, the hero assembles a band of endearing adventurers who believe he is actually The Luminary reborn. The hero and his newfound companions embark on a quest that will take them across continents and over vast oceans as they learn of an ominous threat facing the world.

  • Unravel an Epic Mystery in a Riveting Tale – DRAGON QUEST XI tells the tale of a hunted hero.
  • Assemble a Colorful Cast of Loyal Companions – Accompanying the hero on his quest is an endearing band of adventurers.
  • Explore a Beautiful, Living World – DRAGON QUEST XI brings a massive, gorgeous world to life.
  • Engage in Classic Battles with a Modern Twist – DRAGON QUEST XI’s turn-based battle system eases players into combat with an accessible experience.
  • Have Some Fun & Save the World – In addition to its captivating narrative, DRAGON QUEST XI features tons of side-quests and addictive mini-games.

 

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3 reviews for Dragon Quest XI: Echoes Of An Elusive Age (PS4) (Playstation 4)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Atomic Frog

    The screenshots do not do this gorgeous game any justice, it looks great. Colourful landscapes and towns, the trademark Dragon Quest music which is excellent and of course the goofy enemies. If you have ever played the earlier Dragon Quests on Nintendo then you will be right at home with this entry.

    I love games where it is not deadly serious aka Fallout etc, here the enemies like the early slimes and cruelcumbers ooze personality. Hammerhoods charge up and attack involving their huge hammer only to fall over backwards, love it. Combat is turn based but very quick and you can auto attack using Tactics so I set it on Show No Mercy and let my party get on with it. Also Pep attack and combo attacks involving your party for glorious uber attacks.

    Skill system is interesting, as you level your base stats you get skill points that can be used to build your character with skills and special attacks. So early on I plump with sword flame attack. You can specialise in sword, great sword, knives and luminary, which will depend on your party setup.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    gonzalez gabriel

    Jeu en français avec jaquette en anglais mais tout le contenu du jeu est en français, jeu long et super dans les quêtes et les combats

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mr. P. J. Pears

    Once upon a time there were two parents, lets call them ‘Square’ and ‘Enix’. They were best known for their two most famous children, ‘Final Fantasy’ and ‘Dragon Quest’.

    Dragon Quest was the slightly older one, he’s had the same job for 32 years and he’s worked hard. Always methodical, following a same standard throughout his career, he’s a safe pair of hands and reliable to boot.

    Final Fantasy as the younger one has always tried to be different, self-employed he’s made boat loads of money and (when he’s not smoking pot) he turns out some amazing products. Its a shame he keeps babbling ‘Fithos Lusec Wecos Vinosec’ or ‘Paradigm System’ while wearing an unkept black top with ‘SEPHIROTH’ in bold.

    Why do i illustrate the above? Because Dragon Quest is a safe pair of hands, the latest game is vibrant, beautiful and detailed. Its fantastic to see turn based battles again (and done well). The characters and voice acting is charming (although it may grate for some). This is a long game as well, its a wonderful adventure to relax with, I highly recommend it.

    Don’t come in looking for crazy surprises (for better or worst) like Final Fantasy. While Dragon Quest marches on to the reliable adulation of the crowds, Final Fantasy continues to zig zag with increasingly strange results. Here’s hoping Square Enix pays attention and makes more top quality (turn based) RPG’s!

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