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Dragon Warrior 4 (NES)
Name: Dragon Warrior 4 (NES)
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  • Description
    Dragon Warrior 4 is the fourth in a line of noble and very impressive RPGs by Enix.

    The graphics seem to use the same engine as Dragon Warrior 3, but slightly revamped. The textures are alot smoother, however, the character graphics leave something to be wanted. The only real disappointment I had in terms of graphics. The end graphics are spectacular; I almost forgot I was playing on an 8-bit system.

    Gameplay remains similar, and, for those of you who have played previous Dragon Warrior games, saving is alot easier now, as you do not need to return to a castle to do it. You can now save at any priest in the game( i think every one), and the priests also tell you your experience points now as well.The only thing I don't like is that in the last chapter you can't control other members of your party. You can set tactics, but you can't direct there actions. Thankfully, with an AI years ahead of its time, the other members of your party support you to the fullest.



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    The best role-playing game of all time...
    by Dragon Warrior 21 May 2007

    I've been playing Dragon Warrior IV ever since I was in 2nd grade, and I appreciate it just as much as I did back then. This game has ALL of the elements of a perfect RPG. It is one of the few games that is balanced in all aspects. Enix plans to re-release it for the PSX, and I hope they don't kill the 'old-school' characteristics in place of 3D graphics.