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Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors by Square Enix

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Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 15.
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  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Category: Action , Adventure

Product Details:

Five years have passed since the defeat of the Deathbringer, and the kingdom of Avalonia joyously celebrates what seems to be an everlasting era of peace. However, a closer look reveals that things are amiss. Calamity arises within the kingdom, as unfamiliar and powerful monsters invade the outskirts of the town. With the Deathbringer gone, what explanation is there for the onset of these monsters? And what of the queen, who has come to hide her face behind a strange mask? Make your way through the perilous journey, solve the baffling mysteries and return order to Avalonia.


  • The "big three," comprised of series creator Yuji Horii, legendary manga artist Akira Toriyama and renowned composer Koichi Sugiyama, teams up once again to create an unforgettable gaming experience.
  • Famous game music composer Manami Matsumae teams up with Koichi Sugiyama to deliver a powerful soundtrack.
  • Wii Remote-driven battles are simple to control, but boast a variety of styles. Available actions range from a wide array of sword techniques to casting magic to blocking enemy attacks with your shield.
  • A colorful assortment of unique monsters familiar to DRAGON QUEST fans and vivid battle scenes make for the most realistic battle experience yet!
  • Combine materials to create stronger swords and learn special abilities.
  • The world of DRAGON QUEST comes to life through stunning visuals made possible by the Nintendo Wii.
  • Experience an incredible, epic storyline filled with mysteries and surprises.

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    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Graphics great, Controling sucks that graphics and gameplay were great but i didnt like the way you controled the main person, it sucked, you couldnt see hime when you were walking around and it was kinda hard to move him, when he was in the towns, and you could only move him with the use of the wii remote and you couldnt use the numchuck at all, over all it liked the game but hated the way you controled the main charater
    Date published: 2012-03-28
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from dull If you are hardcore RPG this game is not for you. It is extremely short and while it possesses descent graphical capabilities it just doesn't draw the player into the storyline like other games of its Genre..shall we say kingdom hearts...Final Fantasy (you might note that all three of these games are created by square enix). It has a very monotone battle system to it of hack and slash, no random roaming of a larger map searching for items. After a couple times of playing you can beat= this game in absolutely no time at all. Each play time gets shorter and shorter.
    Date published: 2011-06-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good, but once it's beat, it's over. This game is honestly very good. The hack and slash concept is really good for the Wii console, and, as a RPG gamer, it is hard to find games for the Wii. This game satisfies that fully, as well as adding in a decent storyline, and a small challenge after completing that. The replay value stinks once you get the best sword, as most games are once you get the best equipment. This game is definitely worth the rent or purchase, just don't expect it to last forever.
    Date published: 2011-05-25
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worst Dragon Quest Game Ever!!!! When i first saw the this game i really expected alot out this game, but was very dissapointed on how short this game really is. The first problem i had with this game is the first person view. I pesonally like a rpg that i can roam around a huge area, and look for mysteries, and they made this game like etrian oddessy, which is bad. You can probably beat this game maybe 8 - 9 hours, and thats ridiculous for this genre. I dont recommend this game at all.
    Date published: 2011-02-06
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ummm... I got this game, played it, and thought "Why did they make it?" It has good playabillity and storyline, but it just doesn't last! I would reccomend the turn-based DQ and ALL FF games instead of this. BTW Square, you need to make a turn-based Wii game, that way I'll buy it :P
    Date published: 2011-01-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome awesome the best game ever tis game is rated 100% the best
    Date published: 2011-01-07
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worse then expected I have played a few games in the Dragon Quest series and this game was nothing compared to the rest. This game only has a few good points but it has many bad points. The only good points about this game are the music, the easy to understand controls, and the graphics. The bad points are that it is a short game, you can't explore the levels, on the levels you have 2 directions you can go, and there is very little deviation from the story line. The game is so short that even with spending 3 hours tempering swords I still beat the game in just over 11 hours (no game has taken so short a time before this 1). All you can do is go forwards and backwards and turn at preselected spots there are areas that even with switching characters each run I could not access them. Once you select the level that you want to do all you can do is go forwards and backwards you cannot turn around at all. And the only deviation I found away from the story line came after I beat the game and in the refectory you can challenge monsters stuck in 4 mirrors otherwise all you can do is follow the story line to advance in the game.
    Date published: 2010-07-23
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dragon quest? Five minutes into this game I had to pause and check the wording on the case. Was this really dragon quest? (The last taste of which I had gotten with the PS2 version VIII) The answer I came up with is that despite what the box says, this is not a dragon quest game. I enjoyed the length, the story of dragon quest 8, both things are missing here. You get to explore slapped together "zones," that all appear similar to one another. The ability to swing the sword to attack enemies loses it's novelty shortly, and when faced with the characters. You want to mute the television. Some of the most annoying, uninventive character concepts yet. It seems to me the point of having new games, on new consoles, is that they are suppose to be better than those before it. This is by no means, better, than the last dragon quest game. It is a waste of money, and time. One can only hope this is not a mark of the future of Wii RPGs.
    Date published: 2009-08-23
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