I agree. It's like picking a favorite ice cream flavor. Even if it's not the best, it's still ice cream!!
There has yet to be a dq I didn't enjoy though.No, that was never reported. It was reported it would be big and on TV with a home console. They never said exclusively or no 3DS.
After letting all this sink in for quite a few hours, I have to say I'm quite happy. The PS4 version of DQXI looks amazing, though it is disappointing we didn't get a look at combat or mechanics. Much the same with the 3DS version (N3DS exclusive?), though we did get to see battle and the 2D look on the bottom screen is a great touch.
Speaking of, wasn't it reported that no handheld version of DQXI was planned? I find it odd this popped up given that, and looking farther in development than the PS4 version. Not that it matters, really - I'm thrilled with what I've seen so far.
Seriously, they need to not do the punlations this time. I can't take that $#!& at all. I couldn't read the dialog for DQIV DS at all because it was so bad it made my eyes water. There was absolutely nothing wrong with the old translations, outside of a few spell names and monster names (HornyHare? CurseOff?). Now it's all so bad it makes me cry myself to sleep at night. Does anyone like them...? I've never heard a positive thing about them.
It would be wrong if they released only the 3DS version here, i'll most likely be importing the PS4 version anyways because i do not like punlations.
Really? Actually there are quite a few people here that like them. Me? I absolutely LOVE the puns. It's taken the series to a whole new level for me. Some spells still confuse me, but the puns on town names and people names and monsters are all just... awesome!
I was just thinking about this, but does anyone else think that the "2D/old-school mode" on the 3DS version might be the future DQ 11 mobile version?
LOL I could totally see it happening.
This wouldn't bother me actually.
What if that was the only version we got out west?
Shut your mouth!
We'll cue you next after Platty if it happens.
Call me when there's a reason for Americans to care.
So, never, I guess.
Me first, me first!
Are we related?
It's all delicious in the end, I've loved each DQ I have played.
DQIX is even in my top 5, along with DQVII, DQV, DQVI and DQIII.
Even the ones not in it are tasty, like DQI, DQII, DQIV, DQVIII (which was a top 5 until DQIX), and if I ever played DQX, that would be too.
I also love the puns, alliterations, onomatopoeia, accents, general silliness.
It adds to the charm of the series, the magic, I love it all.