Square Enix is getting in on the action today in regards to the ridiculous amount of great games being released onto Android. Is it a new Final Fantasy game? No. But it is a new Dragon Quest game. Actually it is Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation to be exact which is apparently one of the most popular installments in the series from back in the day according to Square Enix.
For those of you who happen to be unfamiliar with Dragon Quest III, this is final installment into the storyline regarding Erdrick. His story was one of the main focal points in the first two games when they were originally released, with the first title arriving way back in 1986. Even though this is the conclusion to Erdrick’s Saga, you don’t need to play the first two games in order to understand what is going on. This is due to the fact that the storyline in this game, albeit a part of a bigger one, is actually a standalone store.
Dragon Quest III Features:
・Freely Customisable Party System.
・Freely Changeable Vocations: Your party members can be assigned any one of up to 9 vocations, a choice which will dictate their stats, equipment, spells and abilities.
・Experience an epic RPG experience with over 30 hours of gameplay with added features to the original release!: Travel across multiple continents and dungeons as you level up your characters and unlock new spells and abilities. The personality system changes how your character grows making your party always unique. Mini-games like medal collecting to unlock powerful new items that were not available in the original release. Discover and explore bonus dungeons and location after completing the main plot.
・Simple, Intuitive Controls
・Experience the multi-million selling series, beloved both in Japan and beyond, and see how the masterful talents of series creator Yuji Horii first combined with the revolutionary synthesizer sounds of Koichi Sugiyama and the wildly popular manga illustrations of Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball) to create a gaming sensation.
While Square Enix does try to keep these re-releases as close to the original game as possible, there are a few touch-ups and changes to Dragon Quest III such as the visuals of the game itself and obviously the inclusion of touchscreen controls which are needed to play this game on your phone.
For those of you looking to pick this game up, it is a Square Enix release which means you’re going to have to fork out a little bit more than the usual mobile game. Dragon Quest III will run you $9.99 to snag a copy of it.