Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition

Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition

released on Sep 27, 2019

Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition

released on Sep 27, 2019

Ready for a grand adventure filled with memorable characters, an enchanting story and classic RPG gameplay that can be taken on the go? This definitive version of the critically acclaimed game features the same sprawling content of the original, but with newly added character-specific stories, fully orchestrated field and battle music, and the ability to switch between not only between HD and retro-inspired 16-bit visuals, but also Japanese and English voice track.


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really good game but its so damn long like some parts of the story could definitely have not been there or shortened down and it would have had the same impact. also some game mechanics were kinda useless. still amazing game and i recommend this game to any video game enjoyer.

This is peak JRPG: classic turn-based combat, wonderful music composed by Koichi Sugiyama (RIP), stunning character and monster design by Akira Toriyama (RIP) and absolutely beautiful story by Yuji Horii.

One of the best JRPGs ever made.
One of the best games ever made.

My first DQ game and I loved it! The gameplay and plot are simple but the game presents them in a really charming way. Definitely want to play more DQ games in the future.

To keep it short, this JRPG is traditional to a T, and while in some parts it's a hindrance to its quality (the music for example), it manages to bring so much damn charm it hurts. This game just brings a smile to my face and brings me so much joy. It's fun to explore and fight monsters, fun to watch the game's story unfold, fun to interact with the characters, fun to craft and find new equipment, and fun to be in the game's world. None of it is really all that ground breaking, but the game is still very good at what it does. If you don't like traditional JRPGs with some grind required and a LONG length, this game will not change your mind. If you are, however, this one is one of the best of its kind out there. Please play this and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.