Tag: Dragon Fantasy

  • News ​Dragon Fantasy Developers Explain the Difficulties of Implementing Cross-Buy for Nintendo Platforms

    Codes being given away seems to be the issue

    It's no secret that Nintendo has been behind the times with online services for quite some time. While the company has made fantastic leaps ahead over this past hardware generation, and the new My Nintendo system points towards a bright future, there's definitely been some glaring issues that will have to...

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    3DS eShop

    Review Dragon Fantasy: The Black Tome of Ice

    Enter the dragon

    Just like its predecessor, Dragon Fantasy: The Black Tome of Ice saw a dual release on both the 3DS and Wii U eShops. If you'd like a more thorough discussion of why we loved this classic-style JRPG, you can read more about it through here. For the purposes of this review we'll focus on what separates the 3DS version from the Wii U...

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    Wii U eShop

    Review Dragon Fantasy: The Black Tome of Ice

    Here be dragons

    Last year's Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria was a thorough, if unsurprising, callback to the early days of JRPGs. Rather than try to buck tradition and innovate, it instead opted to embrace all the well-trodden tropes that made the genre so popular. Its sequel, Dragon Fantasy: The Black Tome of Ice, is very much the same in...

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    3DS eShop

    Review Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria

    No longer a fantasy

    As some of you are likely aware, Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria has been made available on the 3DS eShop in addition to the Wii U eShop. If you'd like a more in-depth analysis of why we love this excellent JRPG, you can find all the details here. So, how does Dragon Fantasy play on the 3DS? Extremely well, easily...

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    Wii U eShop

    Review Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria

    ​A good, old fashioned JRPG

    Take a look at just about any digital storefront and you'll see that many Indies are focusing on creating JRPGs that harken back to the classics of the 8-bit or 16-bit eras. While it's nice to see how a new generation of developers have been inspired by the games they played as kids, the problem is that many of these...