siebensus4 said:
I almost finished it I think (played 70+ hours, was in backlog). Good game so far. Bought the Switch version because you get the orchestral score (which is so much better than the usual synth soundtrack), the SNES style 2D mode + extras and the japanese voices. I tried the english ones, but I prefer the japanese. Graphics are good enough, nothing to worry. You can try the demo from the eshop for free, if you're skeptical.

That's ok, scouring the market.



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My scrotum hurts.



 

It's the best game of the generation and not even the Switch version can take that away.



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vivster said:
It's the best game of the generation and not even the Switch version can take that away.

Good game, respect your opinion. HZD is mine personally.



Switch version has most of it's definitive features + quality of life improvements which makes it a smoother ride. Was plenty surprised with the demo on Switch !



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If you liked the game on one of its other versions, sure. It's pretty identical barring the resolution downgrade, but it has additions that make it worthwhile. For that reason, it's one of the best ports done to date on Switch, if not the best one.



It is a great game on any system, I encourage all to buy it.



It's fantastic. I put like 200 hours into it. I even did the true final boss. One of the best looking games on the system and the prime example how to do UE4 games on Switch right by 3rd party developers. There is an 8-hour demo on Eshop and your progress transfers over to the real game. The fixed music helps it a lot. Additional stories and costumes are a very welcome addition. Having the DQ8 overworld music never got old.

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Leynos said:

It's fantastic. I put like 200 hours into it. I even did the true final boss. One of the best looking games on the system and the prime example how to do UE4 games on Switch right by 3rd party developers. There is an 8-hour demo on Eshop and your progress transfers over to the real game. The fixed music helps it a lot. Additional stories and costumes are a very welcome addition. Having the DQ8 overworld music never got old.

200 hours in the span of what!? damn man



 

Random_Matt said:

DQ any good on Switch? Want to give the game another go, PC is under construction until April.

It's actually one of the best PS4 to Switch ports out there and one of the best looking Switch games...