DRAGON QUEST III: The Seeds of Salvation
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About this game
Developer: Spike Chunsoft
Content Rating: Teen
The ground-breaking RPG from 1988 comes to Nintendo Switch with updated controls. Can you succeed where your father failed and vanquish the barbaric Baramos? Now all three installments of the Erdrick Trilogy can be played on Nintendo Switch! Every wondrous weapon, spectacular spell and awesome adversary in this rich fantasy world is yours to discover.
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Dragon Quest and its next two sequels, Dragon Quest II and III, are historic JRPGs, with a special place in the hearts of many of we NES veterans. A re-release of these three classics coincides with a release of the newest entry in the series and capitalizes on nostalgia that the games engender. By and large, the re-release does the series justice, and gives an opportunity for a new generation to enjoy experiences from the early days of video gaming – for better or for worse.
In an age where games are often ported, upgraded, or remade after just a few years, it's refreshing to see a revamp of a truly old game that needed the facelift. Dragon Quest 3 first released over 30 years ago and despite the fact that it certainly shows its age with some of its stiffer designs and outdated principles, it remains a testament to an era of timeless ideas and forward-thinking creativity.
Obviously, this game is not going to have the complexity of one written today. But it holds up incredibly well in terms of plot and engagement. Whether you’re familiar with the original or not, it’s a fun nostalgic game that preserves one of the most popular RPGs of its day. Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation is a classic RPG adventure that inspires a whole new appreciation for the early days of video games.