For anyone who’s ever looked at Minecraft and found its lack of structure daunting, DQB is a more focused, more accessible version of it. And, while it may not have the scope of that genre-defining title, there’s something special at its the core — an exploration of what it means to build a community. The game’s ‘building’ isn’t just about bricks and mortar, but about restoring places where people can work together to create something better than anyone could accomplish on their own. Dragon Quest Builders may not be designed to go on forever, but it offers dozens of hours of crafting, construction, and an utterly engaging story to get lost in.
While created for fans first and foremost, Dragon Quest Builders serves as not only a love letter to the long running series, but also as an excellent introduction for newcomers to this wonderful franchise that is definitely worth checking out.
A beautiful game close to the idea of Maine Craft where the story and drawing a beautiful and attractive world game is different from the original series by providing content more attractive game awesome deserve
This is a game that I have always wanted. A game where you build and your community grows and helps you out and they interact with things you build like they are supposed too. keep in mind that this is only from me playing the demo but I'm am so excited to get the real version. The one gripe I have is the controls... they are definitely foreign but easy to learn. the camera does not work in cramped spaces to well though...
Dragon Quest Builders seems to get a lot of "inspiration" from Minecraft, but thanks to the quests this game has a bigger purpose. It is hard to put it down as there is this constant feeling of adventure. Not everything within Dragon Quest Builders is as excellent, but you will definitely get hours and hours of building fun.
Dragon Quest Builders provides a lot of the freedom of Minecraft but does guide you enough that you'll never feel like you don't have something important to do even if all you want to do is build and that's okay. You can choose to do that too.
Similar to Minecraft it may be but Dragon Quest Builders is a great game in its own right. The quest structure works as both a tutorial and a reason for building, whilst those who prefer to just get on with it have the Terra Incognita mode to turn to. A very well made game all round that should appeal to both sets of fans.
Dragon Quest Builders is a brilliant and fun game. There is an obvious similarity with Minecraft and the building system is more driven and weaker, but this title also offers a good story, a deep action-RPG gameplay and a blocky version of world of the first Dragon Quest for NES.
For those that are looking for a relaxing game that can be completed at a leisurely pace, this may suit you. Although the game presents more of a structured approach that many players may find preferable to a game like Minecraft, Dragon Quest Builders has a number of flaws that appear to hinder the player. As a result, the game can feel quite drawn-out and boring at times which may prevent players from wanting to stick with it until the end. Nonetheless, it will be very interesting to see what Dragon Quest fans make of it.
Una oferta interesante que recuerda mucho a minecraft, pero que ofrece lo suficiente para diferenciarse, es bonito y entretenido, aunque tiene muchas limitaciones que no permiten dar rienda suelta a la imaginación
This game really blew me away. I have played Dragon Warrior/Quest games since the beginning, and when I heard that there was going to be a builder style version of the game I was instantly upset, thinking that it would be a complete Minecraft rip-off with nothing new to add to the game other than a few classic tunes. This game was nothing like I could have imagined. It brought back the old feel of the original Dragon Quest in a new style of play. While it looks like Minecraft, the game play is nothing like it at all. It basically functions as a standard JRPG in a sandbox world. And the world is not generated at random so the story and direction is not done at random. The story is an alternative take to the original game and it comes together at the end. However, when one plays the game for the first time, it feels like you have to play the game four separate times. This is not the case. The story functions as a single unit, you just need to give it time. The battle system is very touchy as well. You have to hit the monsters it seems at very close range and the slightest mistake gets you hit. If you touch a monster you take damage, but if you don't get close enough it hurts you. My other issue with the game is the camera angles. While most of the time they are high quality, the issue I encountered most was when you ventured inside any area that was closed. It was nearly impossible to see where you were going and there are boss battles and mini battles inside these places and they become even more difficult with the lack of control over your vision.
All and all, this game is very good. I only completed 40% of the trophy set which I plan on revisiting as soon I finish a few other games. It has already dropped in price, and is a good pickup for anyone who already loves Dragon Quest, or someone who is looking to get into the series.
so many frustrations at so many levels. each time you finish a level, your town disappears, it's gone, then you restart a new town...fight are clunky even though they represent an important part of the game...many required action are simply not explained and required about 10th time into the whole game to check **** last level is purely done to make players stay a bit longer, that's obvious and very uncalled for...what else can I say ... I did it all and feel like I wasted my time in a game not thought to be funny or entertaining actually and certainly not in a spir of building a town but following meaningless quest. A real garbage game IMO.
Dragon Quest Builders takes an interesting idea and squanders it under endless amounts of boring gameplay and bad presentation. The exploration was slow and tedious, the graphics were lackluster, the music just plain awful, and while I enjoyed building and crafting, there wasn’t enough of it to keep me invested.
SummaryDragon Quest Builders returns to Alefgard—a land laid low by the evil Dragonlord. It is your mission to rebuild, restore and revive the ruined realm. Rebuild the world in your own image using the blocks that make up the vast land of Alefgard in this block-building RPG.