Dragon Quest IX For DS

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies is coming to the DS on August 10 and claims to give people of all ages, backgrounds and gaming experience a remarkable way to combine imaginative game play and social fun.

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies is coming to the DS on August 10 and claims to give people of all ages, backgrounds and gaming experience a remarkable way to combine imaginative game play and social fun.

Players begin by creating a customised hero to guide on their quest, choosing from different face, hair and even eye colour. As they journey forth, characters are further developed and enhanced as they choose from more than 1,000 items and pieces of equipment, change jobs and abilities, and join up with new customisable companions. Using a local wireless connection, up to four players within range of each other can band together at any time to explore mysterious dungeons and tangle with fearsome monsters throughout a spellbinding world of adventure.

In addition to a wireless multiplayer mode, the game includes an interactive Tag Mode that allows players to keep the game active even while their Nintendo DS system is stored in their pocket, purse or backpack. When two players come within range of one another, Tag Mode enables them to wirelessly – and automatically – exchange character information, customised greetings and treasure maps. These treasure maps allow players to find otherwise inaccessible special dungeons called grottoes featuring special boss monsters and even rare items.

Interacting with different characters will unfold the story and point players toward their next quest. Players might be asked to find a missing item or to defeat a monster in a particular way. All quests come with a reward, which might be anything from a rare item to a new, unlocked occupation.

During their journey, players will encounter mighty monsters in fast-paced battles. The more foes players defeat, the stronger they become. Players who get the urge to upgrade their characters can visit an in-game online shop (broadband Internet access required) to acquire new items using in-game currency they have collected while playing. The selection of items changes daily. Players can also connect online to download new weekly quests for about a year from the launch of the game, each with their own challenges and rewards.



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