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Dragon Warrior IV ( Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen ) (1992) Game Information

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Dragon Warrior IV ( Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen ) (1992)
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Overall Rank:

39

Avg. Rating:

4.44/5

# of Ratings:

8

US Release Date:

10/01/1992

JP Release Date:

02/11/1990

Platform:

Nintendo (NES)

ESRB Rating:

E10+
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Multiplayer:

No

Developer:

Chunsoft

Publisher:

Enix

Genres:

Role Playing (RPG) (Turn-Based RPG)

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Chris Kavan 03/25/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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5/5 

One of the best RPGs and certainly the best out of the Dragon Warrior series. It's great because each character has their own story before meeting up together and each story is fun to play on its own. Plus, it has some great characters while keeping the classic Dragon Warrior style intact. Simply put, an amazing RPG experience.

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03/24/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

A Great Way to Tell a RPG Story

Dragon Warrior IV stands out from the rest of NES RPG's in one very important way. The story was unique and brought me in more than the others. You get to play with the characters in their own journey before they get together with the Hero for the final leg of the journey. It really helps you connect with the characters and the world around you. After completing each chapter, you feel a sense of accomplishment and progression in the game.

This game still has all the classic Dragon Warrior/Quest elements. Slimes, a sailing ship, spells, and casinos. I could never find all the mini-medals, I don't even know how many there were.

I lost my save file half way through the first time I played the game. Fortunately, it was so good I just started over and did it again. The game is ...

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5/5 

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