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Über das Spiel

Als eine dunkle Schockwelle durch die Stadt Arboria rollt, verfallen die Monster, die einst friedlich mit Menschen zusammenlebten, in rasende Wut. Der Spieler schließt sich entweder als der Held Lucian oder die Heldin Rita einer Gruppe von Fanlieblingen aus vorherigen DRAGON QUEST-Spielen an, wie Alena, Bianca und Yangus, um die rasenden Horden an Monstern wieder zur Vernunft zu bringen und die Ordnung im Königreich wiederherzustellen.

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3682 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.11.19 04:55
Klopperei im Dragon Ball stile, dem ersten Dragon Ball Stil, hat sehr viel spaß gemacht :)
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3879 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.12.15 11:25
Dragon Quest Heroes ist wie ein Dynasty Warriors im Look von Dragon Quest. Anscheinend ist 'Koei', die Markenrechtinhaber von Dynasty Warriors, momentan auf Einkauftour. Neben Dragon Quest haben die nämlich auch The Legend of Zelda in ein Dynasty Warriors verwandelt. Doch ist Dragon Quest Heroes mehr als nur neuer Look?

Wer bei Dragon Quest Heroes ein klassisches DQ mit rundenbasierten Kämpfen erwartet, wir hiermit nicht zufrieden sein. Das Kampfsystem ist Action geladen und legt seinen Fokus darauf möglichst viele Schleime, Skelette, Golems, etc. auf einmal zu besiegt.
Fans von Dragon Quest, die mal etwas Abwechslung von der Hauptreihe wollen oder einfach die Zeit bis zum nächsten 'richtigen' DQ vertreiben wollen, werden mit DQ Heroes zufrieden sein. Square Enix hat Koei sämtliche Rechte an DQ ihnen verlieht. So werden Sounds, Zauber, Monster und Charaktermodels benutzt oder neu erstellt (3D-Models) oder komponiert (Sounds/Musik) und ich finde auch mit Erfolg. Habt ihr euch nicht auch jemals gefragt, wie so ein 'Teleportations'-Zauber außerhalb seiner 2D Welt aussieht? Und was soll ich zu Story nur sagen? Ist ist in Ordnung, aber mehr auch nicht. Ist typisch DQ halt.

Dragon Quest Heroes ist ein gelungenes Spin-Off der Dragon Quest-Reihe. Vertonung ist wie im Original und die Story bleibt seiner Geschwistern treu. Ich würde dieses Spiel jedem DQ-Fan empfehlen, der offen für neues ist.
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1218 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 09.12.15 00:00
Dragon Quest Heroes jetzt ist es endlich auch für dem PC da! Ich liebe das Spiel und die Vorgänger davon waren genau so geil wie das hier jetzt. Ich werde einfach immer wieder an Sachen aus den früheren Teilen erinnert und das ist das was ich daran so liebe. Darstellung und Grafik sind der Hammer auch die liebevolle Umsetzung an den einzelnen Charakteren sind sehr gut gemacht :D Ich bin einfach nur überzeugt das diese Entwickler Sachen hinkriegen, die sonst niemand oder nur selten jemand so gut hinbekommt und das schon seit längerem!
DQH ist und bleibt definitiv eins meiner absoluten Lieblingsspiele ich kann dieses Prachtexemplar wirklich nur weiterempfehlen! Weiter So :)
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771 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.12.15 19:19
Ich komm direkt zum Punkt, super Game für Action liebhabende Spieler!
Von der Grafik, über die einzelnen Schlachtfelder, den Charakteren, bis hin zum Skill System und der Story, es ist einfach super vielfältig!
Ebenso ist es auch für Profizocker oder Gelegenheitsspieler gleich geeignet.
Langjährige Dragon Quest Spieler kommen dazu nochmal mit den alten Charakteren in den Genuss der guten alten Zeit.
Fazit: Ich freue mich jetzt schon auf die Fortsetzung, welche hoffentlich diesmal etwas schneller hier in Deutschland erscheint :)
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11 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.10.18 20:03
Ich habe mich, nachdem ich es auf Konsole gespielt habe, riesig auf die PC-Umsetzung gefreut. Umso mehr bin ich jetzt enttäuscht: Die PC-Umsetzung ist einfach in jeder Hinsicht misslungen! Das geht schon damit los, dass man keine aktuellen Auflösungen einstellen kann und endet damit, dass die Maus/Tastatur-Steuerung mies ist.
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94 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19.08.21 04:44
Was ist das denn, mal abgesehen davon, das dieses Spiel in Sachen Gameplay und Story super ist.
Aber hat man hier ein Praktikanten rann gelassen Traurig für ein Haus wie Square Enix.

• Steuerung mit Maus und Tastatur, naja, Controller sollte man haben, das ist besser.

• Begrenzt auf 1080p. Ehrlich was soll der kacke, kein 2k kein 4k nichts, das sieht echt nicht toll aus, wenn es sich Hochskaliert, weil der Monitor mehr hingibt, als Square Enix fähig ist.

• Kein Randloser Fenstermodus verfügbar.

• Beim Start schon meckert es über Windows 10 und das man Kompatibilität auf Win7 stellen soll. REAL? Win10 erschien im Selben Jahr wie dieses Spiel und es kam seit dem kein Update dafür, dafür will man so viel Geld???

Zum glück hab ich mir den 2. Teil nicht gleich mit gekauft, da lass ich lieber die fingern von wenn SQ hier schon reinscheißt, will ich nicht wissen was bei Teil 2 dann abgeht.
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1168 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.02.20 19:26
[h1]PROS:[/h1]

+ The fighting mechanics are impeccable (which is one of the things that keeps me going)
+ Killing mobs is satisfying.
+ The skills are fun.
+ Nice combos
+ Easy to understand skill system
+ Beautiful graphic and character design.

[h1]CONS:[/h1]
- Repetitive after 10 hours: clear the stage, watch a cut-scene, go back to your town/ship after every mission, over and over.
- Very poor story
- Crafting system is limited
- Not an open-world game
- MIDI soundtrack… so annoying…

[h1]IN SUMMARY[/h1]
I tried to like this game, but I’m still undecided on whether I should continue or drop it. I think this game is really meant to be played when you really have nothing else to do and are bored. Also, play it in small sessions (maximum 1 hour).
Don’t get me wrong, the game is very well made and would have a lot of potential if it wasn’t for the over-repetitiveness..
In the end, don’t buy this game at full price. I got it at 15$ so at least it’s not that bad..

Sorry, even if this game has a lot of pros, I can't recommend a game where myself I'm questioning If I should keep going or not..
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1078 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28.02.20 02:56
I will answer an important question: Is this Dynasty Warriors?

-Do you fight in large, open battlefields? Yes!
-Do you mash square, and end with triangle? Yes!
-Do you have an AI army fighting alongside you? Oops! No, just a couple of guys.

Aw shucks, it's not Dynasty Warriors.

I recommend it because I had fun while it lasted, but I got bored quickly.
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1316 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.02.20 04:49
Is that... Chrono and Marle? Oh no... it's dragon quest !
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3207 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.01.20 03:09
Decent Dragon Quest spinoff that screams for a co-op mode. Buy it on sale.
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385 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.01.20 18:19
great to play combos are basic, control are tough to get used to but once you get it down its a great slasher.
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271 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24.12.19 13:55
The game itself is fun to play, but the bugs that occor to me are just making the game unplayable for me.

Pros: -Gameplay is fun to play
-Simple skilltree

Cons: -Changed options change back again everytime on boot-up
-Game crashed on boot up
-Only shows x-Box controlls
-Might crash at end of a cutscene

Overall, if the bugs wouldn't occur, I'd play it more.
Not worth for the 20 bucks (wintersale) nor the 40 bucks full-price.
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Verfasst: 20.10.19 19:10
TLDR : Dragon Quest Heroes is, while an okay game in concept, pretty boring. It's the reason why I didn't even finished the game and dropped it after 20 hours.

[h1]Gameplay : [/h1]
This game features a rather classic Musou gameplay (that is to say, a type of game in which you mop the floor of ennemies thanks to endless combos) mixed in with some RPG elements. For example, you earn money, experience points and even materials which allow you to respectively buy equipement, level up and craft equipement. I like grinding in most RPGs, so you'd think I'd love that idea. However, it's in the execution that DHQ falters. Ennemy drops (materials and exp) are ridiculously low meaning a lot of time doing the same combos to kill the same ennemies. And when it comes to the ennemies, there are about 15 original monsters and then just boring color swaps. So, while being very interesting at first, it quickly becomes very very repetitive. The only idea I really liked is that you do missions with an entire party, meaning more abilities available at short notice.

[h1]Presentation[/h1]
For the story, it's so mundane it only serves as a backdrop for the game. Chosen heroes go to save the world from the bad guys bla bla bla. When it comes to graohics, I really like the DQ character and monster designs, always being as pleasant to eye. However (and I know it's a recurrent issue in this series) the MIDI soundtrack is abominable. It's just so funny when the games tries to sell you an emotional moment with those grating MIDI trumpets in the background.

So yeah, not so great. Buy it if you really really really like Musous. And if you do, I wouldn't recommend it for 40 bucks. 20 bucks would be a better price. Otherwise, don't even bother.
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4189 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.03.20 21:31
IF YOU LOVE DRAGON BALL AND YOU LOVE DYNASTY WARRIORS, IT IS THE PERFECT MIX! AKIRA TORIYAMA'S ART STYLE MIXED WITH DYNASTY WARRIORS COMBAT AND SPELLCASTING! aNIME FANS AND ACTION RPG FANS WOULD LOVE THIS! HOPE THEY KEEP MAKING THEM. i'LL DEFINITELY KEEP BUYING THEM!
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Verfasst: 26.03.20 21:17
Game: smashy smash
End game: 1st time using block button
Post game: insane difficulty spike requiring actual strategy
10/10 for endless slime puns
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1439 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 06.03.20 06:35
Solid game. Repetitive but rewarding. Interacts weird with Radeon graphic cards though.
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882 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.07.20 12:16
Bought this thinking I was getting an rpg like other dq games (I know, shoulda done my research) but unfortunately this is just a hack and slash game with hordes of monsters all from the dq universe to kill. There is some fun to be had and there is also the normal item creation via the usual dq item creation pot. Lots of sidequests and character skills building. I've enjoyed it so far but only a short way through the game and it's getting very repetitive. This is one of those games where for me a third option to neither recommend nor not recommend is required. I can't recommend it because I have no desire to see it through to the end and I just know I will not complete it, having said that it is enjoyable to a certain extent. If I knew what I know now I would only buy it in a substantial sale at least 80% off full price.
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1190 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.08.20 01:55
Literally just finished the game and OMG what an absolute turd sandwich.. 30% of this game is loading screens, 20% is long ass animations or sequences that absolutely don't need to be that long (i.e. every time you go on your god damn ship and have to stare at the ceiling fans for about 5 seconds for absolute no reason). The rest of the game you essentially face roll your keyboard and beat a level.. the sad fact that someone crapped this turd out and called it a game saddens me. Save your money, or buy it super cheap just to try, never pay full price for this though, what a rip off.
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900 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.06.20 11:48
first off i got this game on sale because i liked the second not realizing that they are leagues different the second game has open world segments and so far after about 6 hours played i have yet to see the game open up at all by now in the second game you would have opened up the second open large map buy the second game its good this one has terrible load timers and requires windows 7 compat mode just to launch
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1809 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.05.20 16:16
Very fun game. Especially if you like dynasty warrior style games.
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Verfasst: 11.07.20 15:31
Why. Why would you make a Musou game where the round doesn't end until every last enemy is dead?
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536 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18.07.20 22:55
Good game, terrible pc port. No FOV setting, no kb& mouse prompts, forced mouse acceleration, etc.
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Verfasst: 01.11.20 14:47
Unbelievably boring.
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Verfasst: 19.11.20 07:20
[h1]GET DRAGON QUEST XI INSTEAD[/h1]

What I Liked:
  • Musou-style Dragon Quest!
  • Nostalgic BGMS
  • Original characters + characters from the previous game series
  • Fancy combat animations
  • Cutscenes were great
  • Monster coins
  • Metal slime was still pretty cute


What I Didn't Like:
  • Hollow musou mechanics, musuo games could be really fun with appropriate designs, but this game felt lacking and boring
  • There were 13 characters in total, but they were poorly balanced
  • Each character only had about 4 unique skills
  • Most skills had limited range, and you would probably have done more damage by just spamming the attack key
  • Team of 4 people at max, main character could not be changed
  • No instruction could be assigned, teammates would just fight alongside with you
  • Basically 3 different objectives repeating throughout the entire game: kill all mobs, kill boss, protect people/structure while killing mobs
  • The game also attempted adding puzzles into some of the maps, but it didn't work out, turned into boring task instead
  • Costume, this is the funny one. You will get a so-called alternative costume for each character upon completing certain quests. The alternative costume is just the same costume your character been wearing but in different color


I have a mixed feeling about this game, as I am a big fan of the DQ series. Extremely excited about this when it was first launched in 2015. Finally beat the game after it's been released for 5 years. Part of me enjoyed the game very much, and the other part of me just didn't like it. It's got so much potential yet it's not what I'd expected.

None of what I said was game breaking. After all this was a 2015 game that's targeted specifically towards DQ fans and/or Musou fans. If you are new to DQ and Musou, you should try something else, this is NOT for you.
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2537 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.10.20 05:39
I didn't like this game, it's no secret; I felt the game got worse the longer I played it. With this in mind, I didn't particularly enjoy the game to begin with, however I did continue playing it for a good reason.

As a dynasty warriors game it is definitely no stranger to grinding systems (more so for materials than levels). It also shares similar pitfalls to other warriors games with issues getting some materials compared to others, even when difficulty is not a factor. It really doesn't help that a lot of the music just irritates me: after a while I had to completely mute the game music as hearing that lobby theme every single time I cleared a level and returned was driving me insane. I know that the music is based on classic dragon quest tracks but I just don't see the appeal of overuse of these tracks in such a manner. I tried playing Dragon Quest 8 after this and wow is that game way better.

Another note, couldn't care less about the original characters, way too generic too be meaningful additions to the story, every cutscene they either sound like a broken record or just state the obvious.

In summary, if you wanna play a warriors game, this is the one I recommend you NOT play. If you want to get into dragon quest, this is also NOT the game for that. Just don't play this, I say this for your own good. Just pick something else, please.
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47 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16.08.20 09:54
I can see that the developers tried to make the most out of this game but it's just not good.

The positives include: monster designs and locations, character design - everything looks stunning. The game sounds like Dragon Quest. Unfortunately, that's where the positives end and the negatives start... everything is extremely repetitive: music, gameplay, story... I love Koichi Sugiyama's music but I've heard these compositions a thousand times, I want to hear something new, and preferably not have it on repeat for 20-50 hours of this game.

Gameplay has the same issue as music - it's fun.. for the first 10-15 minutes. Then you're gradually getting more and more bored. What helps is that there's this mechanic of using monsters basically as additional special abilities. Seeing the beautifully designed and rendered monsters of Dragon Quest in vast numbers is pure joy. I would honestly forgive the game's faults only because of that, if it wasn't so limited. There's a handful types of missions, all of which you will repeat numerous times, and these missions are pretty annoying: escort character A (which move so slow you'd think they want you to fail), defend point B while fighting off little monsters that spawn other monsters... On top of that, the game constantly takes away control and makes you stand somewhere and listen to dialogue telling you what you already know. Monsters posses little to no threats unless they're in high numbers or with high HP values. The entire game is just a collection of terrible gamedesign ideas that feel like early PS2 games.

The story is okay. The pre-rendered cutscenes are very nice and the overall story is enjoyable. The dialogue falls flat, though. Voice-acting is surprisingly passable in English version and surprisingly... bad with Japanese voices. It's really strange because Japanese games tend to have better original voices than dubs but this time around I would recommend playing with English.

Dragon Quest Heroes is a game that collects the worst gamedesign ideas of PS2-PS3 eras (keep in mind that the game is a PS4 title). Accompanied by highly repetitive and barely satisfying gameplay, the music you've heard a thousand times while playing other Dragon Quest games, poor voice-acting... this is just a terrible experience. I don't recommend DQ Heroes to anyone, including Dragon Quest fans.

Also regarding the second game... I've played it, as well (on PS4). It's a little better in some ways but mostly about the same.

I'll probably end up keeping this and Heroes II just because seeing the monsters run around in large numbers, in 3D is really nice. Plus there's a chance Heroes 3 will actually be good, seeing how Musou games are becoming better.
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1970 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.12.20 18:45
[h1]tl;dr[/h1]
Odd pairing of Musou aka Warriors and light tower defense formulae, Dragon Quest Heroes is certainly something worth checking out yet it is a kind of amalgam that always plays “in the middle” rather than committing to ether strain of its DNA. Clearing out fields of endless enemies has been deepened with inclusion of characters development more akin to RPGs and approachable story about Light defeating Darkness is an evergreen. Limited character roster and frustrating late game tower defense sections can chafe if you were lead to expect more [or less] of either, but this is Dragon Quest fan service done right for aficionados of the franchise. Not being one in the first place shouldn't stop you from trying this one out given it is entirely self-contained, though.

[h1]Full Review[/h1]
Taking place in a world apart from the rest of Dragon Quest games we have a unique situation where monsters and people are coexisting and even cooperating. Chief among these is the Kingdom of Arba where our two protagonists, Luceus and Aurora serve as captains of the guard under the watchful eye of their king. They also have a heal slime called Healix who indulges in goo puns all the time. Well, things go south when we see a mysterious mage who's up to no good and through a ritual causes monsters to turn on citizens. Realizing the same thing is happening across the entire world our intrepid heroes recruit the king's master inventor Isla, board the flying fortress dubbed Stonecloud and embark on fixing whatever went wrong. From little I've heard about the adapted franchise in question this evolving into “chosen ones of Light must save the world from the Darkness” seems like natural course of things.

Amusingly enough story is only ever truly strong in Warriors games when they're licensed spin-offs such as this. That's not the say this is going to win over many JRPG fans or some such. Good half of the game is spent visiting desert, forest and underground locales so you can solve their problems and recruit characters for your roster. I'll get more into the latter down the road, but story is your classical POWER OF FRIENDSHIP so no surprises there. If there's a structural issue it would be how predictably set up it is. Do couple of missions, story introduces new characters, rinse and repeat. More often than not we're also dealing with padding as story has you going through three or four missions where one would suffice.

When you put into context that only four out of thirteen characters (whoops, I meant twelve because one is totally a secret) are Dragon Quest Heroes' originals you're left with the remainder who happen to be fan service done right. Now, I wouldn't call them deep or anything, but this is probably due to being distilled forms of their original incarnations aka there isn't really any room for character development that would alter them tangibly. Good thing is characters like boisterous monk princess Alena or would-be-brides pair Bianca and Nera still succeed at delivering much needed variety in terms of personality and gameplay style. One element I wish I could change would be to make some characters more viable. Your mysterious swordsman Terry absolutely slays house with fast lightning-based attacks and self-healing when needed, for example.

Easiest way to point out how different Dragon Quest Heroes is from your usual Warriors fare would be to explain what the latter is.

You pick a character from what is, at this point, a roster made up of odd hundred characters, choose a level from the list and then proceed to rack up hundreds and hundreds of KOs as you clear out enemy bases, fell enemy lieutenants with your blade, etc with relatively simple combat relying on button mashing more than any in-depth planning or peak manual dexterity. Keep at it with new characters and storylines for many, many hours. Thing with this game is you have a significantly smaller playable roster and you take a while to fully unlock it. Fortunately, this is offset by the fact each of them IS unique so we're not just dealing with re-skinned attack animations + there's the RPG power progression attached with points eagerly awaiting to be spent as you level up.

The unfortunate bit is inclusion of a brand new element – tower defense with monster minions acting as eponymous towers. As you fight monsters they may drop a medal. You promptly pocket the medal and can then summon the monster in that level until they either do their thing or their health bar gets depleted as they protect the surrounding area. Problem with this is general lack of control as enemy waves start pouring in including more high-tier monsters. You can only handle so much with the character you control, other three in your four-man party tow are doing their best as potential targets, but they're always rubber banding to you. This means monster protectors get left in charge of holding choke-points or, Goddess help you, actual objectives. I lost count how many times in end game I was at my wit's end dealing with an AI system I had no direct control over and silly prioritization it engaged in. Seeing “protect X” in story missions made me dread the worst, but those were generally fine. Side quests were the ones that drove me mad because they weren't as finely tuned and you were expected to reach a certain level before tackling them. Basically, monster minions are meant to detract and slow down incoming enemies as you go around to deal with Mawkeepers that spawn new forces. In practice this leads to frustration.

There was clearly tangible effort put into including more RPG elements in this one as well. Whereas level up usually just meant flat increments here it's a gateway to skill points for you to distribute. Is it perfect? I'd say no early on because it locks basic functionality behind a progression wall, and having freedom means you can prioritize wrongly, but once you clear that hurdle it's smooth sailing power curve. Only Luceus and Aurora are mirrors of each other seeing as you choose who the game protagonist is when you start playing. For the record I think I made a mistake because Aurora's ice based magic seems way more useful her counterpart's fire magic. This inversion is humorous with their personalities taken into account as Aurora is the feisty, spontaneous one. Not to mention everyone has four special skills on top of regular light/heavy attacks, former costing mana points to cast. Old staple of building up your attack meter, called Tension in this game, and unleashing a special, screen clearing attack is still in and will be your go-to solution.

I would argue Dragon Quest Heroes is a game stretched out far more than it should've been. There's maybe fifteen or so hours here, but as story milestones are reached you will need to spend some time doing sidequests [re-using existing maps for kill or collect missions generally] to keep up. Those weapons won't buy themselves nor will Orbs acting as armor for your full-fledged stat system. You can even craft accessories, but I found those of limited use for regular play. Maybe they matter more in end game or New Game+. I wouldn't know lacking the willpower to commit more that 30-ish hours I already put in.

All of that seems like a highly negative review yet it is more about my own annoyances with game's diversion from the Warriors formula I'm familiar with. Tower defense sections in late game almost brought it to naught for me, but denying evident production values would be akin to lying. Enix's supervision most likely had something to do with it, and stellar VA accompanying fitting soundtrack certainly adds to the package. It's all so... charming and straightforward. Larger than life drama has appeal of its own as it hits those traditional JRPG story notes in all their simplicity.
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653 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 05.03.21 14:46
This is a tower defense game with hack and slash play style.
Vibrant characters and graphics utilising Akira Toriyama's art style.
Decent story, boss battles and RPG elements.
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Verfasst: 12.04.21 21:56
Metal King Slime.
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2120 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.06.21 23:56
There has yet to be a bad DQ game. 35 hours with 0 crashes, no control problems or any of the bug problems mentioned.
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1778 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 04.05.21 02:05
I don't know.

It was very repetitive at some points, and Instead of trying to do some other missions or repeating them, I was only hoping to quickly get through it. I wasn't really... enjoying myself when playing the game. The fighting was O-K but not much else.

I have played both this one and DQH2, and this one I didn't seem to be able to bring myself to thoroughly enjoy or even get into new game+, so...

Apologies, but it's a no from me.
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Verfasst: 01.06.21 04:36
The game itself is good, but whenever I see Koei Tecmo as a developer my butthole puckers. Max resolution is 1080p, anti-aliasing is awful (even with nvidia enhancing or taking sole control of anti-aliasing there are jaggies everywhere), and fps is capped at 60 on a six-year-old game. But if you're into dragon quest, it's still worth it (on sale) despite the problems.
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3094 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11.04.21 22:20
It's the perfect blend of hack and slash with Dragon Quest mechanics. Including some of the greatest characters from the DQ franchise and introducing new ones. A wide variety of quests and story missions make it a very deep, long lasting game.
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7630 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20.04.21 03:05
Though it may look like mindless button mashing combat, and to some extent is, Dragon Quest Heroes is a surprisingly fun game. I'm not even sure why I enjoyed it as much as I did, but I enjoyed it from start to finish regardless. The tower defense elements initially dismayed me a bit, but they actually work pretty well, and summoning monsters where and when they're needed adds some depth to the action. All around, it's a pretty well made game with no nagging flaws or annoyances... Aside from one issue.

The camera has an annoyingly narrow viewing angle, and there's absolutely no way to change it. It took me quite a while to get mostly used to it, and ultimately it never entirely stopped being a minor annoyance. The narrow viewing angle might have been okay in the original console version of this game, (for whatever reason it is that narrow viewing angles seem more common and acceptable on consoles to begin with,) but it definitely really needed viewing angle options in this PC version. It wasn't a deal breaker for me, obviously, but if you're the type that really hates cramped console cameras, that could be an issue.

On the upside though, the game really nails the stylized Dragon Quest art direction. It's far too rare to find games that both have an actual production budget AND go for stylized visuals anymore, so if you're a weirdo like me who likes modern graphic muscle but misses the colorful cartoony art direction of old games, this game is a rare treat that I thoroughly recommend. Even more so if you played the old Dragon Quest games and enjoyed those.
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1305 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.04.21 12:05
oh well the monster is cute
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75 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.05.21 19:29
love this game!

i struggle to find a good hack and slash game
this game ticks all the boxes for me!

epic!

10/10
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27 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30.06.21 10:58
please update for graphic.. it's so frustating to configure it to windows 7. i can't turn on it.
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393 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.03.21 07:28
Can you decide a game is great in an hour? When it's a Dragon Quest game SURE!

Oozes charm and combat is a big fun blast already. I read the downvotes and really I don't recognise the game from their description (yet?).

Great character voicing and great music, in my happy place already.
The combat is big and flamboyant, skittling hordes of zombies with a whirlwind is pretty fun and well animated.

Will update as I play more

Having played more, I think I'm not a fan of this style of (mousa?) game so much, but I'm not changing my recommendation as it seems a fun distraction. Not sure I will finish, as I don't see the game being much different going forward.

So that's my final verdict, fun and cheery, shallow as a puddle. Bit like me!
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1605 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.09.21 06:20
Kiryl's ultimate move involves him casting Thwhack in failed, frustrated repetition just as in his original NES DQ4 game, only to finish with a highly damaging new version, Kathwack.

10/10, would wholeheartedly Kathwack again
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3858 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12.11.21 04:20
Fun hack and slash. Might get boring and repetitive if you are trying to 100%. Volume is always maxed and can't change it in-game.
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Verfasst: 28.09.21 23:47
It's a good hack and slash game.
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451 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.09.21 03:05
Its Dragon Quest. All I need to know to buy a game. Ive beaten this before on console years ago, worth playing again, this and the second.
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36 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.08.21 00:20
I bought this game several months ago, and but couldn't play it until just recently when they fixed some issues with it. Dragon Quest Heroes has much nicer graphics than several other game I have been playing, and seems interesting, but the 3D graphics cause small problems. It can be difficult to move around and move the camera around and try to find all of the monsters that you are trying to fight quickly.
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Verfasst: 28.07.21 11:18
Buy on sale, if you like the musou formula.
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Verfasst: 04.03.22 19:34
so goooooooooooooooooood !
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1407 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28.02.22 03:54
Complete and utter sh*t, a far cry from the Dragon Quest of old and quite possibly one of the worst games I've had the misfortune of playing.

Unlikable characters, cringey dialogue, boring repetitive combat, and graphics from the 1800's. Even Dragon Quest IX on the DS looked better than this. Nothing in this game was enjoyable, the most fun I had was finally beating and uninstalling it.

If you value your sanity, stay as far away as possible.
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Release:16.10.2015 Genre: Action-Adventure Entwickler: Square Enix Publisher: Square Enix Engine:keine Infos Kopierschutz:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos
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