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  • Summary: Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie for Nintendo DS brings the classic console title into the handheld scene. Explore two parallel worlds while distinguishing reality from illusion and seeking to discover the true meaning of your very existence. [Square Enix]
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 34 out of 41
  2. Negative: 0 out of 41
  1. Jun 14, 2011
    90
    Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie wraps up the 'Nintendo DS remake trilogy' by being the best one yet. Absolutely anyone will enjoy this top-quality role-playing game, so go and experience this 'proper' Japanese RPG for yourself.
  2. DQIX is tighter, but this is still an epic 40-plus hours of classic RPG gaming.
  3. Feb 23, 2011
    84
    Newcomers to the series might want to start their Dragon Quest experience with IV, V, or IX but for fans or those who are looking for more Zenethian adventures, Realms of Revelation is a lengthy addition to the DS's Dragon Quest lineup.
  4. Mar 26, 2011
    80
    If you weren't swayed by its predecessors, then move along, but for everyone else, this is another standout entry in a series that stubbornly yet successfully stands by its trusted traditions that makes the series a continued classic across the world.
  5. Jun 13, 2011
    78
    Some of the original game's grandeur and visual impact may have been lost in its transition to the small screen, but much of the original charm remains. The story is engaging and you're guaranteed many, many hours of playing time.
  6. Jul 7, 2011
    75
    If you're a Dragon Quest fan, you'll pick this up regardless of my review, especially if you've never played the game in any other form before. If you're new to the series, start with IV, as it is a far superior game in terms of storytelling and overall enjoyment. Bottom Line: you won't find anything new in Realms of Revelation, but hey, that's Dragon Quest.
  7. May 30, 2011
    60
    Definitely one of the lesser entries in the Dragon Quest franchise, but still a loving remake for those that can stomach the overfamiliarity.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. Feb 21, 2012
    10
    an excellent rpg that i enjoy even more so than the big consoles ones!
    great story and a very nice upgrade from the Snes original this is a
    an excellent rpg that i enjoy even more so than the big consoles ones!
    great story and a very nice upgrade from the Snes original this is a must have for any Ds rpg fan or if you love Dragon quest
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  2. Mar 29, 2015
    10
    Ein legendärer Mitstreiter der Dragon Quest Reihe , den ich zu einem Spottpreis bekam und zurecht mein zweiter Platz ist ... KonfuseEin legendärer Mitstreiter der Dragon Quest Reihe , den ich zu einem Spottpreis bekam und zurecht mein zweiter Platz ist ... Konfuse Geschichten , Bockschweres Gameplay und Unmengen an Geheimnisse . Das schreit ja direkt nach Epicness ! ;) Expand
  3. Jul 6, 2011
    10
    Being a fan of most RPG's I am going to be slightly biased but any fan of RPG's and owns a DS and does not pick this one up is a fool toBeing a fan of most RPG's I am going to be slightly biased but any fan of RPG's and owns a DS and does not pick this one up is a fool to themselves one of the greatest games on the DS at the moment. If you played the other 2 games in the DS re-make trilogy this may be a little old-school but if you are wating for the next Final Fantasy (13-2) this will be a great game to pick up. Even if you are currently playing a Larger RPG Such as ones on the Latest Steam Sales this will be a great on the go game I am about 5 hours into my latest playthrough and I am not even 10% into the game yet. 10/10 Expand
  4. Aug 28, 2013
    7
    Signature flaws of the series such as strong random enemies, useless abilites, and vague townsfolk are unapologetically present, giving lessSignature flaws of the series such as strong random enemies, useless abilites, and vague townsfolk are unapologetically present, giving less encouragement and ways around the issues than the leaner Dragon Quest IV DS. Expand
  5. Apr 27, 2014
    7
    Where Dragonquest 8 resides to most fans of the series as a complete master piece, and Dragonquest 9 is the sequel to it and it posses theWhere Dragonquest 8 resides to most fans of the series as a complete master piece, and Dragonquest 9 is the sequel to it and it posses the same feel and coming with great videos and fun Dragonquest 4-6 sit as the a decent remake for the retro game and I can't not give it better praise than that.

    There is great fun to be had by this game, where it drags terrible in the middle ( and even to some degree at the end) I was happy finish it. First and for most it is a fun throw back game to people who want to play a good looking super nintendo game or maybe even a good looking 64 game. Do not expect a great story, or even strong graphics but it's a fun open world rpg that allows the people to traverse an open world as they wish. Most games will feel it lacks in direction and redundant (do we really need 4 ways of travel?) there is fun to be have for the retro fan.

    IF you have played Dragonquest 8 Journey of the Cursed King than it remains as the king of them all and Dragonquest 6 sits somewhere in the middle.
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  6. Dec 6, 2015
    2
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I haven't finished the game yet I'm writing this because I got to the bit in the game where the main character dose what can only be described as a dick move. So I'm already getting bored with the stupid random encounter mechanic when I get to that parlel version of Somnia and I have a crap load of gold from the random encounters so naturally I go to buy armour and weapons then when I walk up to that door guy and he starts calling me prince or something and I say no but I then realise I have to go back and PRETEND TO BE A FLAMIN PRINCE AND HAVE THE WHOLE FLAMIN CASTLE JUMPING FOR JOY AT MY RETURN AND ALSO GESS WHAT THE PRINCE HAS TOW SICK PARENTS IN SOME SORT OF COMA that has to be one of the biggest dick moves in dragon quest they could have just had guards walk up to you and drag you into the castle saying your the prince but no you have to lye to everyone and get there hopes up that the prince has returned you sir are a dick Expand

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#15 Most Discussed DS Game of 2011
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#3 Most Shared DS Game of 2011