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Drakengard 3 by Square Enix

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  • Intense Violence
  • Partial Nudity
  • Sexual Themes
  • Strong Language
Drakengard 3 is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 15.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Category: Action

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A prequel to the original Drakengard, Drakengard 3 transports players to a medieval world where six sisters wield special magical abilities as the "Intoners." These sisters have brought peace to the earth with their power to manipulate magic through song. Harmony is disrupted, however, when the eldest sister, Zero, attempts to murder her younger sisters with the help of her dragon companion, Mikhail. As the story progresses, players find themselves in a battle to unravel the mystery of Zero and learn her true intentions.

Long ago, the world was ruled through endless conflict and oppression.
Then, five beautiful goddesses, songstresses, descended upon the war torn land. Using the powers of their song to control the might of magic, they overthrew the despotic rulers of the various lands and ushered in a new age of peace to the world.
The songstresses came to be worshipped as "Intoners" and were tasked with ruling the world.

The Intoner One had a strong desire to bring peace and stability to the world. With her command over the other Intoners, One comes to rule over the world.
One day, her older sister Zero appears before her with a dragon by her side. An Intoner herself, Zero is considered the mightiest of all Intoners.

Why has Zero suddenly appeared before One?
Why has she allied herself with a dragon?
And what exactly is an Intoner?

The dark clouds of turmoil loom on the horizon once again...

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Drakengard series
Discover how it all began with Drakengard 3, the prequel to the Drakengard series
High-octane, hack-and-slash ground combat, Drakengard 3 pits players against hordes of enemies and monsters alike.
Features aerial battle stages in which players can fight with the help of Mikhail, the dragon companion.

Zero

A gifted Intoner with superhuman battle skills and expert swordsmanship. She is open and uninhibited with men, yet violent and lazy by nature. She constantly quarrels with her overly serious sister, One. The flower blooming in her right eye prolongs her life and has given her a unique body.

One

A fellow Intoner and Zero's younger sister. She is intelligent, serious, and has a strong sense of justice - Zero's polar opposite. It is out of her intelligence that she comes to question how the Intoners came into existence and why they possess such godly powers. She decided to overthrow the despotic rulers of the world who had oppressed the people and created a new peaceful world. She reigns over all the Intoners.

Two

The ruler of the Land of Sands and third Intoner sister. Her bright and cheerful personality allows her to befriend anyone, and she sets the tone for the Intoners. She is in love with a man and openly displays her affection for him regardless of the settings or situation, much to the annoyance of those around her.

Three

The fourth of the sister Intoners, she rules over the Land of Forests and has a fan following amongst some of the soldiers under her command. Lazy and apathetic, she hardly cares for things not striking her interests, but shows obsessive tendencies towards anything of interest. She is innocent, yet stubborn and shows no interest in Zero whatsoever.

Four

The fifth Intoner sister and ruler of the Land of Mountains. She is very straight-laced and listens carefully to what others have to say. But her superior air masks a distorted inferiority complex. Her sexual desires match those of her sisters, but her uptight personality prohibits her from acting on those desires. She is the only virgin among the Intoners.

Five

The youngest Intoner and ruler of the Land of Seas. Extremely confident and greedy, she desires all that she sees, but quickly loses interest once she gets it. She purposefully uses risqué language during conversations and loves alluding to her nightly escapades. Her seemingly endless greed goes so far as to lust after her sister, Zero.

Mikhail

A member of the proud dragon race who travels alongside Zero. A supreme idealist, he thinks conflicts can be solved by words alone. But his idealistic talk annoys Zero to no ends, although he remains oblivious. He is amazingly powerful thanks to his dragon lineage, and has used his great powers to save Zero on more than one occasion. "Mikhail" is merely his current name, while he had another name prior to his reincarnation.

Cent

A narcissistic disciple who fights with twin swords. Though he possesses supreme confidence, he's actually quite dumb. Every bit of trivia he reveals is wrong, and his mistaken information constantly annoys his companions.

The world is ruled by Intoners, sisters whose songs unleash vast powers. One day, the eldest sister Zero appears with her dragon Mikhail in tow, in order to kill her 5 sisters.

Why did Zero appear before her sisters? Why does she travel with a dragonkin? What exactly is an Intoner?

Darkness is upon the horizon...

  • This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Drakengard series
  • Discover how it all began with Drakengard 3, the prequel to the Drakengard series
  • High-octane, hack-and-slash ground combat, Drakengard 3 pits players against hordes of enemies and monsters alike.
  • Features aerial battle stages in which players can fight with the help of Mikhail, the dragon companion.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointment Having played both Drakengard and Drakengard 2 and loved both of them, I was extremely excited to play this game. I had been waiting a long time for this game to come out. The first part was okay, I had high hopes and then it all went down hill from there. They took away all seriousness and replaced it with unnecessary, childish humor, lol innuendo jokes, and animeish awkwardness. I also didn't really find how this game connected to Drakengard (since it was supposed to be the prequel to 1 and 2) aside for a few side things. You couldn't even jump on your dragon whenever you wanted like you can in the first two games. The story was okay and would have been better had they not added said unnecessary elements to it and kept to the previous games' tone. The graphics were pretty and I enjoyed the music, but overall...it was a very disappointing game and I regret spending the money I paid for it. I would not recommend this game...please play the first two instead, this game doesn't do the series justice.
Date published: 2016-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Insanely perfect! I picked this game up out of curiosity not knowing a thing about the Drakengard series asides my ex owned the second game. I play alot of Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts so Square Enix is not unfamiliar to me. During the opening monologue of the games lore it had me, Zero then impaling the narrator! It didn't stop there, I love the diversity of the cast, both Intoners and Disciples. Favorite being of course Dito because his sick twisted sense of everything just keeps me rolling. The branching system confused me at first, and some of the boss fights are irritating, but the DLC chapters are great too, so far i've only played Five & Two's and they left me speechless. But if you're a fan of the Devil May Cry franchise, I seriously suggest picking this game up.
Date published: 2015-11-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gameplay is horrid but the story is beautiful The areas and battles were all very similar and got boring after a while. Meanwhile, the story was really beautiful and interesting. I'd say just watch the game as a movie on YouTube instead.
Date published: 2015-11-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst game the review of this game didn't help me at all. the game was made in 2014 I expect the graphics to be HD. but square enix the publisher decide it was better to go with the low end ps2 graphics. not to mention it was a wannabe nier game and it was the worst in the series. the final boss was impossible to beat with the wack camera action and you need a guide video on youtube in order to beat the game. if you cannot create a good game don't create one at all and if you are creating a video game you better step this isn't back in the day no more. step up or don't brag about your video game is the top of the line when the fans play and review your game that you made.
Date published: 2015-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Awesome This games story is grate and game play is awesome also you don't need to play the first two because this one is set before them :D
Date published: 2014-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Story Is Beyond What You Believe This game is amazing from its gameplay to visuals. The art style is beautiful and characters come to life making them interesting. Most of the time, you will be on the ground hacking and slashing enemies along with the occasional moments where you can fly around with a dragon and blast enemies there. This game is about 10-24 hours, depending on how much you play, skilled, and whether you bother actually killing the enemies instead of running through the level. This is not a free roam kind of game such as an RPG, it's mission based. Pick a mission, do it, and progress through the storyline. This game is a ton of fun and I guarantee that whoever loves a good story with twists and turns, lovable cast of anime characters, and hacking and slashing enemies, this game will be your favorite. I have not played previous Drakengard games, but you don't really need to do so to understand the story. Everything will be explained in time and you'll be fine.
Date published: 2014-08-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Depends on You! Drakengard 3 is the first game I've actually played in the series. Mostly, its because I didn't even know it existed before this came out. But the graphics are beautiful the fights are easy to do and the story is a laugh riot. That isn't to say this game is for everyone. People who don't like naughty jokes, wise cracks, and literal potty humor will find this game very crude. For those of us who like a good crack and don't mind naughty remarks and overall have fun with a saucy woman killing people and wearing their blood like a badge of honor, well then this is the game for you. Sure, its got its issues, I've rarely found a game that doesn't, but when playing JRPG's, the key is storyline... and this one has it in spades. If you're still not sure, find a used copy and at least give it a try. Sure you can return it if you don't like it, but chances are, once you give it a shot.... it won't be coming back.
Date published: 2014-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ps4 Needs to be on ps4 don't have a ps3 and shouldn't need one since this came out after ps4 came out...
Date published: 2014-06-21
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