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Dragon Quest I & II


Dragon Quest I & II is a collection of two classic JRPGs that were originally released for the NES. The games have been faithfully ported to the Switch, and they offer a fun and nostalgic experience for fans of the genre.

Dragon Quest I is a simple game by today's standards, but it's still charming and enjoyable. The gameplay is turn-based, and you'll spend most of your time exploring dungeons, fighting monsters, and solving puzzles. The story is straightforward, but it's enough to keep you engaged.

Dragon Quest II is a more ambitious game than its predecessor. It features a larger world to explore, more complex dungeons, and a more challenging combat system. The story is also more involved, and it's set 100 years after the events of Dragon Quest I.

Both games feature beautiful pixel art, memorable music, and classic JRPG gameplay. They're a great way to experience the origins of the genre, and they're sure to please fans of old-school RPGs.

Here are some of the pros and cons of the game:


  • Classic JRPG gameplay
  • Beautiful pixel art
  • Memorable music
  • Great value for the price


  • Can be slow-paced at times
  • Some of the puzzles can be frustrating
  • The combat system can be a bit outdated

Overall, Dragon Quest I & II is a great collection of classic JRPGs. It's a must-have for fans of the genre, and it's a great way to introduce new players to the world of Dragon Quest.


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