Following the fun and colourful path set by Dragon Quest: The Chapters of the Chosen, the second instalment in the Zenithia Trilogy, Dragon Quest: The Hand of the Heavenly Bride now journeys onto the NDS as a high quality remake of the classic Dragon Quest V, packed with exciting new features and a truly genre defining story.
Considered to be one of the best games in the entire Dragon Quest series; Dragon Quest: The Hand of the Heavenly Bride will finally make its much awaited debut in Europe. Look out for the next adventure in the trilogy – Dragon Quest: Realms of Reverie – coming to NDS soon.
An epic story involving three generations of one family. The story begins at childhood, as our hero travels around the world with Papas, his father.
After many exciting encounters he grows into a young man. He is now ready to depart for the greatest adventure, with the courage of his father, beating strong in his heart.
Awaiting him is an amazing world and the biggest choice he will have to make in his entire life…
- Indulge in the colorful Dragon Quest world created by Yuji Horii, combined with the charming characters and monsters designed by Akira Toriyama and memorable soundtrack from famed composer Koichi Sugiyama to create an unforgettable gaming experience
- Journey through a beautifully rendered 3D world, with dynamic dual-screen presentation and newly animated monsters
- Recruit a unique cast of Dragon Quest monsters and create an indestructible party of your own
- Brace yourself for some life-altering decision making – A key decision will affect the outcome of the game, and change the course of the hero’s life forever
- Take a breather from the main quest with addicting mini-games like Bruise the Ooze, T ‘n’ T, the Slurpodrome and the tombola
- Collect and customize knick-knacks from around the Dragon Quest world to create a personalized Knick-knackatory. With the wireless capabilities of Nintendo DS, players can now exchange their creations with friends for a one-of-a-kind collection of rare items!
- Feast your ears on the opening theme performed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, and a brand-new score by series composer Koichi Sugiyama
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