The Digital Slime Edition for PC includes eleven additional goopy Slime Weapons and two bonus maps!
• Splat O'Nine Tails
• Slime Sword
• Gooreat Sword
• Gooey Gloves
• Happy Map
• Goopid's Bow
• Squishing Rod
• Gold-Digger's Map
• Goolden Axe
In DRAGON QUEST HEROES: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below, the protagonists must rise up against seemingly insurmountable odds, facing off against swarms of enemies and gigantic monsters in an exhilarating action game. Filled with characters and monsters designed by world-renowned artist Akira Toriyama, DRAGON QUEST HEROES: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below will be available on PC in beautiful HD graphics.
When a dark shockwave sweeps through the city of Arba, the monsters that once lived alongside the people in peace are driven into a frenzied rage. As either the hero Luceus or the heroine Aurora, the player joins forces with a cast of fan favorites from previous DRAGON QUEST titles, such as Alena, Bianca and Yangus, to bring the rampaging hordes of monsters to their senses and restore order to the kingdom.
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I've had high expectations when I first started playing this game, and after about 10 hours of gameplay they were met. This is such a feast for any DQ fan or anyone who's looking for a decent Dynasty Warriors style game. It's not an RPG unlike most of Dragon Quest games, but it tries something new and includes a lot of references to the previous games. I highly recommend this one. Especially if you like Dragon Quest.
This is an amazing crossover game. I hadn't even realized it was a crossover from Dynasty Warriors until someone had mentioned it while I was Streaming. The Humor in this game is the best I've experienced in a long time! The characters interactions are just amazing and are very well written; along with the plot line and how they bring in all their previous characters. The combat is enjoyable, as you start mopping up a ton of enemies and releasing your crazy "Ultimate Moves" will never get old, and makes you feel extremely powerful when you do them, I love it! The game works well with, or without, a Controller; I play it on both and even use my Steam Link to play it on my TV. The game works great with a Steam Controller if you're into that. There's a lot of replay value in this game; at least that I can see so far. Pick this game up if you want some great character acting, storyline, and to laugh like silly!
The warriors series has been doing a number of crossover games with their combat style and this is another one that they are trying and i must say that it is going rather well in this case. The characters seem to fit in rather well and they have very nice movesets, the animations are spot on and you get that fantastic feeling of ending hundreds upon hundreds of enemies with relative ease. Koei have also finally learnt to port using the ps4 parts and this game is stable, it runs extremely well without any issues and i love that the devs are listening to our feedback. If you love hack and slashers then this should be high on your list.
Dragon Quest Heroes plays like Dynasty Warriors. This means that you will face hundreds enemies, most of which pose no threat to you, at once, with several tougher, slightly challenging enemies, and some difficult bosses. Really it plays like other Dynasty Warriors games, but like the other recent Dynasty Warriors crossover, Hyrule Warriors, this game was made for fans of the other game it crosses over with: Dragon Quest. The enemies you face are all classic Dragon Quest monsters, the spells you use are all classic Dragon Quest spells, and like Hyrule Warriors, the allies you team up with are all characters from previous Dragon Quest games. Dragon Quest Heroes does try to do some new things that add on to the Dynasty Warriors formula and make it feel like its own game. Dragon Quest Heroes lets you summon various friendly monsters to help you defend key locations, but more importantly, it has several dungeon-type areas where you do nothing but wander through the level, beat up enemies, and collect loot without having to worry about any other objectives. This actually helps break up the pace a bit and adds a lot to the game. If you do not like Dynasty Warriors you should not play Dragon Quest Heroes, unless you love Dragon Quest, in which case you will also love Dragon Quest Heroes.
Dragon Quest is the oldest roleplaying game franchise in Japan. And while a few spin-off games were born since the 80's (The most famous being the Dragon Quest Monster franchise), there never was any Musou Dragon Quest game. But there it is! Dragon Quest Heroes is a Musou game, it means that's a Beat'em all game where you kill hundreds of enemies every minutes on huge battlefields. It's packed with a lot of action but it still has numerous RPG elements that make the game feels like an actual Action-RPG. You have magic, special attacks, equipments etc... The story is pretty straightforward. Some evil wizard has cast a spell and now every friendly monsters of the land are attacking the humans. You (Luceus or Aurora) have to find a solution to this matter. During your quest you will meet several allies and some characters from previous Dragon Quest games will be among them. The game is just gorgeous and has plenty of things to offer. It will take a lot of time to finish it at 100%! Note however that there is no multiplayer which is a shame since the game is so fun to play. Dragon Quest Heroes is a very cool game that deserves some love. Hopefully the sequel (and maybe other Dragon Quest games) will be released on PC too in the future.
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