The second instalment in the celebrated Dragon Quest series finally comes to mobile! Explore fair lands and foul dungeons in this all-time classic RPG! Every wondrous weapon, spectacular spell and awesome adversary in this rich fantasy world is yours to discover in a single 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. ◆ Prologue A century has passed since the events of DRAGON QUEST, during which time three new nations have been founded by the offspring of the great hero of Alefgard. But the peace they have long enjoyed is no more. Demon hosts summoned forth from the darkness by the fallen High Priest Hargon have brought the land to the brink of ruin once again. Now, the young prince of Midenhall—a descendant of the legendary warrior Erdrick—must set out to find the two other heirs to the heroic bloodline so that together they might defeat the nefarious Hargon and restore peace to their world. ◆ Game Features ・Whether you’re keen to pick up where the first part of the Erdrick Trilogy left off, or are entirely new to the series, DRAGON QUEST II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line is sure to take you on an unforgettable journey. ・In this early example of an open-world adventure, players are free to wander the wilds, brave monster-infested dungeons, or take to the seas in search of new lands—discovering ever more powerful abilities and valuable treasures along the way! ・Simple, Intuitive Controls The game’s controls are designed to work perfectly with the vertical layout of any modern mobile device, and the position of the movement button can be changed to facilitate both one- and two-handed play. ・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 to create a gaming sensation. ◆ Supported iOS Devices/Operating Systems ◆ ・iPhone 4 and above/iPad/iPod touch (4th generation and above) ・iOS4.3 and above
Really epic game
I never beat this as a kid growing up in the 80s. Took 30+ years but I finally did it. Awesome game.
Great port! But sound effects are not present for iPhone 4s. Hopefully this gets fixed!
This game starts fun, but goes downhill quickly. The devs way of making the game more “difficult” is to make it more tedious. The fights don’t get harder, no strategy is required whatsoever. The “difficulty” comes from their dungeons, which as you progress through the game, turn into a mess of random doors and hallways that go in loops, or take you back to the beginning. For hours. No puzzles to stump you, no strong bosses to overcome, just tedious guesswork to find the end of a cave. This game is obnoxious, and to be honest the story isn’t interesting enough to bother slogging through the tedium. Save your money and get a better game.
I know this is a good game and I want to play the game in traditional Chinese but I cannot find where I can switch it.
Definitely worth the price tag. I admit I had a bit of trouble staying immersed and fell back on an old ascii walkthrough to burn my way to the finish line. But it was still worth it. Doing it that way made it a pretty short game. The low difficulty helped. Now I’m on to DQ3 which I like more.
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When my Dragon Warrior I & II cartridge for my Game Boy stopped working shortly after finishing the first game, I was glad that I could play the second on my phone. This is a great game. The game itself is a classic. Although, among the DQ games its considered to be one of the worst, I found it quite enjoyable. The story is much more involved than the first one and the additional party members add to the experience. This version of the game is probably the best. The game is generally criticized for its difficulty, but with this version a lot of that has been fixed; the ‘hidden’ treasures sparkle, the prince and princess are pretty useful, there’s a world map, etc. I also liked the updated sprites and the additional save options. The one thing that I didn’t really like was the controls. Coming from the Game Boy, it took me a while to get used to the touch screen controls, but once I did, I did. And to be fair, there aren’t really any better options on a phone. Overall, it’s a great game, well worth the $5 imo
Dragon Quest. What an epic series. This is the second dragon quest game, and oh boy what a journey it was. Both incredibly challenging and incredibly fun. This game serves as the finale, chronologically, in the Erdrick trilogy. The story begins centuries after the first game, and opens with a prince that must join forces with his fellow descendants of Erdrick to stop the imminent evil that is about to bring calamity to the world. 👍 Game is 🔥🔥🔥
It is fun, cheap way to enjoy childhood nostalgia, but the old carts and system would be a lot of money and time.... this I was able to enjoy it on the road. It has been changed... it is the same, but they nerfed the crap out of it, the save log allows you to save anytime (good for the road) but makes the game much easier... save every 5 steps or after every battle... also the level “grind” doesn’t feel as difficult or time consuming The graphics are nice and updated, the games save feature is nice for on the road, and it is pretty much exactly like the original, although some names were changed. I gave it a 4 because it was great fun, but needs a classic mode that is just like the original... heck in today’s insta win game world it would be called “hardcore” mode