******************** Dragon Quest IV, the first instalment in the Zenithian Trilogy, is now out on mobile devices! This epic adventure, unfolding over five unique chapters, each focusing on a different cast of characters, can now be enjoyed on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad! Experience the full epic game with over 40 hours of gameplay in one standalone package! Download it once, and there’s nothing else to buy, and nothing else to download! *In-game text is available in English only. ******************** ◆ Story In the far-flung corners of the world, our heroes’ stories are about to unfold... Chapter 1: Ragnar McRyan and the Case of the Missing Children Starring Ragnar McRyan, noble knight of bonnie Burland. Chapter 2: Alena and the Journey to the Tourney Starring Tsarevna Alena, tomboy princess, Kiryl the priest, her devoted follower, and Borya, the cantankerous conjurer who has watched over Alena since childhood. Chapter 3: Torneko and the Extravagant Excavation Starring Torneko Taloon, a weapon merchant chasing his lifelong dream. Chapter 4: Meena and Maya and the Mahabala Mystery Starring a pair of gifted sisters —Maya, the most alluring dancer in the entire world, and her fortune-telling sibling Meena—who will stop at nothing to avenge their father’s death. Chapter 5: The Chosen Starring a youthful hero destined to deliver the world from disaster. At long last, the Chosen Ones, inseparably bound together by the thread of fate, set off to face their ultimate enemy! ◆ Game Features ・Party Talk Chat with your loyal companions any time you like during your adventure! They’ll tell you all kinds of interesting things, depending on where you are in the story, and what heroic feats you have accomplished! ・360-Degree Views Rotate your viewpoint in towns and villages through a full 360 degrees to make sure you don’t miss a thing! ・Wagon Quest! Once you have the wagon, you can take a team of up to ten companions around with you on your adventure, and swap them in and out of your party at will! ・AI Battles Tired of giving orders? Your faithful companions can be instructed to fight automatically! Use the various tactics at your disposal to see off even the toughest enemies with ease! ・The Casino The old series favourite is back! Will you make a killing at the casino? Try your luck at three fantastic games: slot machines, poker and monster battles! ・Chapter 6? Experience an extra chapter past the ending and explore a challenging bonus dungeon. -------------------- [Supported Operating Systems] iOS7.0 and above. [Supported Devices] iPhone 4/iPod touch (5th Generation)/iPad 2 and above.
Playing DQ on mobile is very nice. DQ 6 up next‼️
Great job, but Why no landscape mode? I noticed the same thing with DQ8. Thanks!
Good game but I can only rate these 4 stars due to lack of difficulty. There is none. Great story and plenty to do but I wish there was a difficulty setting because there is no way to lose a battle. Without a challenge I just dread getting into battles because they just seem to be time wasters. Maybe eventually they will add harder difficulty options but until then 4* is all I can rate. Once again not a bad game I love this series but even the originals are way too easy. Feels like a beginners or an rpg geared to kids as an intro to rpgs.
I’m a huge fan of the dragon warrior dragon quest series. Played the originals when I was a wee lad. Loved them, I was excited to replay on the iOS. 1 2 and 3 were amazing. But this translation is so terrible. Some of the words are not even words. If this is your first dragon quest game I’d skip this and play dragon quest three instead.
The iOS versions of 1-3 were improvements in my opinion, particularly 2 and 3. Not so on 4. The gameplay and graphics are wonky and the translation is HORRIBLE. Really, really bad. To the point where I take screenshots of the dialogue because it’s so terrible that it is hilarious. Still enjoyable, but holy god you can tell they put far less effort into this port than they did for the incredibly simple DW1.
Loving playing this but I wish I could listen to podcasts while I play like with DQ1-3
please update this game for iPhone X users so that it’s full screen! Thanks.
Needs controller support along with landscape view for it.
30+ hours of fun. The dialogue isn’t the result of “poor translation”. It’s simply an artistic effect to give the different regions different accents. I think it’s cute and not at all difficult to understand.
My family and I first played DW4 on the Nintendo entertainment system (NES) many years ago. Back then it was a ground breaking game with new gameplay systems and character development. The iOS version is a great improvement over the original, and will be a enjoyable experience for anyone that likes JRPGs.