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  1. 7 points
    *Mad scientist laughter* YES ! YES! *ahem* So I enjoyed playing DQ I-III on mobile. But it always bugged me that you had these nice official scripts stuck in an awful mobile port experience. Pining for the idea of a proper console experience with the official script, I looked for ways to find the script, but it looked pretty hopeless. I just came across aluigi's program quickbms and forum dedicated to extracting data from various games. He actually had a script made for DQII mobile. I guess someone asked for it a long time ago, and didn't really detail how to use the script. But I just figured it out and huge thanks to aluigi figured out that DQIII was slightly different in its compression and now have all three games ripped in both text and graphics. Sound might be a different story I'm afraid. Plans are already in motion to possibly port the script to the NES/SFC versions. dq123rip.7z
  2. 7 points
    Came up for auction, so I thew $25 at it just to see what would happen and it worked. I ended up with the domain http://dragon-quest.com/ Have it forwarding to the Main Den landing page
  3. 7 points
    This morning I caught this image of people enjoying DQ XI at Anime Expo. Everyone but this poor girl. I have dubbed her The Sad Dragon Quest Girl. From now on, she will be the face of American Dragon Quest disappointment. Here's just the face for a reaction image.
  4. 6 points
    They just announced it here: Prize is a Slime plushie and a poster signed by Yuji Horii. There was eight winners total. I think I’m the only Den member who won? Either way, REPRESENTING.
  5. 6 points
    I'm sorry that I just noticed this topic. #1 - I'm sorry, but no one here is going to be able to help. That's not me being a jerk, that's just the reality of it. I'm a teacher and have had some mild experience with this kind of thing before, but online help can make you feel better a bit, but there's nothing we're doing that's going to really help much. You need help IRL. Please, please, please, let someone at school know about this. Talk to a guidance counselor. Talk to a trusted teacher. There's going to have to be some sort of intervention (and I've got no idea what - family counseling, ...?) to make this in any way better. YOU need to be the one to start this as you're already showing signs of needing that attention. Get help. Get it today. Talk to someone you know today. Please.
  6. 6 points
    Short on time. Will expand later. As I've mentioned in the past, we as consumers have the right to vote with our wallet. Being a comic fan, there are certain creators I don't support, not necessarily solely because of their views, but how they treat others. A comic is different, though. It has a creative team of 1-6 people. Games can have hundreds. If people are truly offended by Sugiyama's views, if they don't want to support the game, that's their choice. Though I see many in the gaming press and punchlines like ResetEra using Sugiyama for shallow virtue signaling. This gives the series bad press it doesn't deserve. It cast so much of a shadow that Square Enix had to give a PR apology. Out of everyone working on the titles, Sugiyama is the least involved, and he's done less and less with every title. While I don't like his views, it's not fair to punish the hundreds of coders, modelers, and testers.
  7. 6 points
    1) Only in the West does anyone really care, and even then it's a very small, but often vocal minority that frankly I can't stand anymore, as they make a mockery of "liberalism," having neither the balls to look themselves in the mirror for their hypocrisy, nor any shred of integrity of their beliefs...thus they constantly devolve into ever smaller and smaller groups looking for more and more problems to solve or conspiracies in the walls out to get them...OMG...THE PAINT IS WHITE...IT'S WHITE PRIVILEGE...OH GOD HELP US...WAIT WE DON'T BELIEVE IN GOD...OH SCIENCE DAMN YOU WH...OH WE DON'T BELIEVE IN SCIENCE ANYMORE...OH SOCIAL JUSTICE TENANTS SAVE US FROM THE PAINT ON THE WALLS...PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE...OMG IT'S OPPRESSING ME...IT'S OPPRESSING ME *SOBBING...MORE SOBBING* I NEED MY SAFE SPACE NOW...*CURLS INTO A BALL* (liberalism requires absolute respect for free speech first and foremost, all other things follow after, so no true liberal in any sense of the word would care about Sugiyama's beliefs in terms of his work or anything he's related to, only his actions based on those beliefs as actions have real meaning and impact). I have no respect for the opinions or life of anyone who gives a hoot about Sugiyama's words. I care if he takes direct action, like advocates for Trans people to be put in concentration camps or denied basic rights. Other than that, as abhorrent as they are, they are words, and words mean only what you want them to. 2) Most civilians don't actually care, it's only those who indulge in identity politics, but that's due to forced indoctrination in schools since the 1970's, though in colleges since the 1950's. Though the original identity politics was at least about true equality. So I respect what I was taught, because it was just that white or black or gay or straight or whatever...who cares, let people be as they are. Self defense only if someone tries to force their political crap on you. Then just argue it out, unless they're idiots, in which case, walk away. If they physically need you to believe their world view...fight back. That was it. Plain and simple. Liberalism at its purest. Then it changed to Political Correctness and just devolved into the crap we see today. Mindless droning on with repetitious statements. Mass mobs where literally not one person is willing to talk or listen. People playing so hard into identity politics, now suddenly we're back to a point where we have to separate people again? For what purpose? For rights people already have that they claim they don't...oh, you mean special privileges from people where 80+% had nothing to do with your familial plight in the past, and most of whom have the same slavery bs in their history, but we just focus on one group? Whatever dude, get over yourself. Most don't want to defend someone like Sugiyama, but are forced to when dumbshits give a rats behind when someone has a stupid opinion but can't do anything specific about it because the whole of his/her country (or near enough) couldn't care less. 3) Japan doesn't care, as they take generally 1950's viewpoint on personal opinions versus work, which is the same way most liberal and conservatives in the US tend to think (except for those who actually care about identity politics). 4) Assuming SE should care, because it's supposed to be some modern age where we now have "right think" and "wrong think," not positions one can make their mind on, they still can't do anything and their hands are tied because Sugiyama owns the musical rights through his company Sugiyama Kobo. This means if they part ways, and if SE wants to release any Dragon Quest from that point forward, they would require a new composer, and would require remaking every composition from scratch, and not one of them can sound like the original music. The only things we would have access to are the already released copies of games and any CD the company Sugiyama Kobo decides to release. All digital versions would be scrapped and changed before rerelease to the new revisions. So essentially if SE did cut ties, they would be totally #$*!ed. They have to wait for him to retire and that's that. Any action to the contrary would kill the series in Japan. I don't think for one second the Japanese people would appreciate having someone condemned who is well respected (for their work), and I don't think for one second they would be happy replaying older DQ releases with new music, or new DQ releases with music that doesn't sound remotely like Dragon Quest so as to avoid a potential theft lawsuit from Sugiyama Kobo, which would likely happen even after his death, due to bad blood after having ties cut. Sugiyama isn't even an SE employee anyway, so even if they wanted to directly impact his life to quell things, they couldn't. 5) Square Enix owes the LGBTQ community nothing. Literally nothing. Sugiyama is Sugiyama, SE is SE. In capitulating and somehow doing something to "make amends" they become complacent and inherit guilt by default. They essentially claim ownership of his own words and opinions. Nevermind any concept would be giving into a certain entitlement culture. What's next, a son says he didn't like his mom's baking so she gets compensation? Are we only supposed to say things now that make people feel better about themselves? How far does that go? We've already seen where PC culture has headed in the West, and NONE, not ONE SINGLE DROP is remotely good. Not even a shred. It is evil, because it forces everyone into a sense of worry that anything they might say is somehow going to be taken the wrong way. So we start this same bs in Japan? No thank you. I want the culture dead gone and buried, because it doesn't belong. You don't get to demand compensation when someone says words you don't like. If this were a common practice, no one would be able to own anything, you'd be paying out the ass each month, and any payment gotten would be given out the next second. Nevermind it opens up the door for anyone to find anything hurtful or "hate" speech or a "hate crime" or "offensive." Here's a protip on life for those who don't get it. Offense is taken, not given. Everyone in this world will eventually meet someone who will be offended by the very fact you exist. That you wake up in the morning and take a breath of fresh air. That you make coffee. Offense for waving. Back in the 90's we learned to grow a backbone. Ok, so someone doesn't like me...whoopdie doo. They said something I find offensive...ok, maybe I'll throw some words back out, maybe I'll argue the point to convince them otherwise, or maybe I'll just not give a #$*! and walk away. Or hell, maybe I'll throw them the bird and walk away. Lots of other options.
  8. 5 points
    There are certain game companies I don't support and it all comes down to how the heads of the company interact with people. I'm not talking about people like Kamiya, which is mostly done for persona and laughs. It's the ones that spew nastiness and insult fans on forums and Twitter. Not only does it hurt the product, it hurts the employees. Putting "my views are my own" or some jazz in a bio doesn't absolve you when you're the face of a company. That doesn't mean you can't be passionate or outspoken. There's a certain level of responsibility people seem to be missing. Arrogance and spite have replaced constructive dialogue. Sugiyama, however, doesn't act this way at all. If you want to know his views, you have to actively seek them out. As far as I know, he's never associated his views with the Dragon Quest brand. That's what people are doing lately. It would be like saying supporting DQ supports real estate fraud because of Toriyama being named in the Paradise Papers. Both are hugely successful independent creators that are contracted to work on this series. Now if Yuji Horii was going around and saying those things and insulting people, that'd be one thing! That's not the case. Horii has always been friendly with the producers and community managers positively representing the brand. Sugiayama's views, while sad and unfortunate, is a tangent, convenient way to mar the series. So many of the people who make this stand think they're being so progressive; so woke. It's all just empty rhetoric. It doesn't help anyone.
  9. 5 points
    Did a little interview with a local magazine. Check it out!
  10. 4 points
    OK, that's enough. We've had thoughtful discussion on the topic, but this is what it always comes down to. And I'm sick of it. The Dragon Quest series has gone through so much to get to where it is today. Now you can't have a mainstream topic about it without shitposts like this. "DQ supports homophobia." No, it doesn't, and if you want to wish for his death, feel free to chant that all you want on ResetEra. I'm done seeing it here. Discussion is fine, but I'm going to start deleting ignorant and spiteful comments.
  11. 4 points
    Ugh don't me started on this. Oh well too late. If you are easily offended please look away. So I'm guessing what happened is the following: Some nothing loser video game "journalist" NPC combs what xe considers far-right Japanese TV show for dirt to gain notoriety. Maybe it is far right but it's hard to get an objective look at things in another language, and I don't trust most "journalist". Plus one of those a-holes dissed my DQ5r translations so their taste is clearly questionable! Sugi baby said something bad about a protected class with a very powerful and rich lobbying group. (Bad move, should have said it about white straight males, you'd be a hero!) Said group agitates cowardly video game corporation. Corporation bends over and apologies like a #$*!. Dragon Quest has 99 problems, but Sugiyama isn't one of them. Most of the 99 is the shitty localizer (if it still 8-4) and the other issue is injecting western "values" so not to offend. I'm specifically talking about the changing of crosses and the censoring of a character in DQ9 physical appearance. I'm sure there's more but I don't remember them at the moment. When I play a game made by a Japanese company its partially to escape the current lameness and thinskinness of the US culture. The more DQ is sanitized, the more cookie cutter it becomes. I don't care about SJWizm and I refuse to be forced to care. Oh, and keep on whaling! Just in case this is TL;DR, here is everything I said in a nutshell: Get woke, go broke.
  12. 4 points
    Hit mute. 1. On the game if you're so offended. 2. On the people who do that. Don't need to read so much negatively in life.
  13. 4 points
  14. 4 points
    My only comment to those who might stop after beating Mordegon, I IMPLORE you, to play the post game material before ultimately forming an opinion on this game.
  15. 4 points
    Been a bit of a slow period but today was a great day. I met a corporate manager from Mr. Mike's Casual Steakhouse, who gave me a $25 gift card. I also bought DQXI for $9.18
  16. 4 points
    I dunno if anyone’s made this point but some day, probably several decades from now, but some day nonetheless, the servers for X will go down. And then as far as I’m aware that game will be basically unplayable. One less game you won’t be able to legally or officially play anymore. An offline version would help to preserve that.
  17. 4 points
    I created a new forum that will bring in the tweets from the @DragonQuest twitter feed, maybe that will help with news if people don't have twitter. https://www.woodus.com/forums/index.php?/forum/134-dragonquest-twitter/
  18. 4 points
    So we have just 67 more days until this game finally comes out in the West! Who else just can't wait for this game to finally come out?
  19. 4 points
    I kept this relatively quiet because I didn't know if I'd get the position or if I'd get through the writing or not, but it's official. I'm a news writer/reviewer for RPGamer.com now! A completely unpaid position, but pretty legit media website. They even send employees to E3 and PAX and such and interview some companies. I had a couple quick news things that I posted this week, but today a larger piece dropped that I'd put together as part of my application and then worked on quite a bit in recent days. https://rpgamer.com/review/dragon-quest-monsters-joker-3-import-review/ Loved this game and I really wanted to get it out and posted on the heels of the DQXI review they had up Monday, and success!
  20. 4 points
    IGN’s review actually complains about bunny girls and puff puffs lmaoooo. He says “what do bunny girls add to the Dragon Quest experience?” What a moron.
  21. 4 points
    AustNerevar Jr. was born at 9:26 AM CST this morning. 7 pounds and 7 ounces. His original due date was on the same day as the DQ XI release, but he was really fed up being stuck inside the womb and decided to come out at 37 weeks.
  22. 4 points
    As a non-american, I am more worried about his other #$*!ry, such as denial of war crimes, or the copyright bullshit he's pulling with music.
  23. 4 points
    36 more days to go! This Saturday was one year since they announced it was coming to the US. I remember that day well as I was waiting to take my wife in for a C section for our second little girl. She turned one this weekend. I can't wait to play this game, but I will also associate this game with my little Bronze Bear, and it will be that much more awesome!
  24. 4 points
    I was there. Got to meet Yuji Horii, play the demo, and hang out with Michi and the staff. Michi interviewed me, but I felt like I kinda flubbed the interview, in retrospect. I thought up a bunch of stuff I could have said to market the game better, later. It was kind of on the spot and I couldn't collect my thoughts fast enough. I'll do better next time.
  25. 4 points
    Not very The Pornhub ads didn't get too much traction.
  26. 3 points
    Hi I recently started playing all of the DQ's because 11 was my first. The game is pretty enjoyable. It's a slow burn but in a good way. The summary is you basically play as a luminary to fight off the dark lord. If you've played DQ 1-3 those could essentially mean something of importance to you. My favorite character was Erik. Not only for his personality but because he is super OP when you have him in your party for farming metal slimes. You should really try it. I played it on ps4 and played literally nothing else until i finished it. The investment into the story is definitely worth it.
  27. 3 points
    Hey thanks man. It makes me happy I can do this for people. Believe me, I'd LOVE to jump ahead and do the SNES remakes. I think you're right in that if I did do that, the other games wouldn't get done. I'm still a novice to rom hacking so I like to stay with what I know and what I'm used to, learning as I go, than jumping systems and having to learn new procedures, tools, etc. And I know people aren't exactly foaming at the mouth to play Dragon Warrior 2 of all games, but I don't want to leave gaps for possible newcomers who insist on playing the originals. Sounds great! I honestly don't know much about that stuff, just keep in mind with the rom expansion needed to accompany the script this definitely won't work on the original cartridge. Anyway, progress update. The script is pretty much finished and updated DW2's strange dictionary system mentioned a few posts back. The intro is definitely a conundrum for me. It's not just the text (DW2 had the third person narration, the monsters speaking) that's completely different, but the "choreography" of the sprites. I'm thinking of dumping the third person narration just for the intro and use the modern style *: labeling (there's no parenthesis in the game like DW1 so I'm going to use the asterisk for the various emotes in the game like sob or sigh). I hope to really capture and compare both versions side by side and see if it's possible to match them up. Oh and if you haven't checked, version DW1 1.3c featuring a ton of fixes based off reports and feedback is out. I think there's one little typo and another little title screen tweak by Chicken Knife for a future update otherwise it's pretty final.
  28. 3 points
    I also have to agree with this group as well. Sometimes it’s nice to talk to someone just to chat, let me give you a list of numbers that really might help you out In the United States, contact Your Life Your Voice: 1-800-448-3000 Text VOICE to 20121 http://www.yourlifeyourvoice.org/ email For other countries, contact Befrienders: 1-800-448-3000 http://www.befrienders.org/about-self-harm For Eating Disorders In the US, contact the National Eating Disorders Association: 1-800-931-2237; info@myneda.org; www.NationalEatingDisorders.org Suicide Prevention If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please contact your local law enforcement or a suicide hotline immediately. 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  29. 3 points
    Yeah, I’d have to echo this. While I didn’t play a main series game until 2010 since I wasn’t really in the know about Dragon Warrior returning to the Dragon Quest name, I consider myself a longtime fan since I first played Dragon Warrior Monsters on my GBC. It and both versions of Monsters 2 were the only games related to the series I had for along time and I loved most everything about those games (especially 2), but I felt right at home when I finally started playing the main series with III (GBC version) and IV (DS version). I felt kind of dense since it took me so long to finally play a main series game/learn about the name change, but I’m glad I did start playing many more games from the series the past 9 years, have enjoyed many great DQ experiences old, new, and imported and found this wonderful website/forum/group of DQ fans.
  30. 3 points
    Oh, I will never run out of things to make fun of regarding Jessica. For @ignasia, since he asked, and for the rest of you: whenever I get Jessica's puff-puff, her skirt glitches, and so I get an interesting shot of her leggings. The main character's dialog is too funny for the scene.
  31. 3 points
    I’m from the Midwest and I thought it was hilarious whenever Sylvando called the hero honey or darling.
  32. 3 points
    Most underrated character here based on my 15 hours.
  33. 3 points
    This part was interesting to me, “to the benefit of overseas marketing for the DQ series.” We all know what Smash did for Fire Emblem. That being said, when it comes to leaks as they pertain to Smash, I’ll believe it when I see it.
  34. 3 points
    3DS version was good, but PS1 version was and is my favorite Dragon Quest game. I absolutely love that engine and I am glad they reused it in the 4-6 remakes. The ability to make god-like characters capable of using every skill and spell in the game is exciting to me. I also miss how fast battles moved in the older games.
  35. 3 points
    This is also my experience. However, it doesn't change my own stance that I prefer playing games without having to deal with people I don't know well.
  36. 3 points
    Gallagher would be so proud. Hope we get this. DQ II is one of my favorites.
  37. 3 points
  38. 3 points
    In before@eal! A fully voice-acted Maribel as an active party member that can't get switched out. Brutal.
  39. 3 points
  40. 3 points
    My 2 enjoy DQ. Last night was the first time my oldest wanted to play XI over Heroes. Good times!
  41. 3 points
    My turn to brag a little. I don't have that many games (I don't have any of those on PS4. I should get one one of these days, to play Heroes 1 and 2, Builders 1 and 2, quand XI). So, IV, V, VI, VII and VIII (I'll ditch this one for the 3DS version soon enough, as I don't have a PS2 anymore). I gave my IX to a friend, and should get it back soon enough too. Joker was a recent addition (I had it a while back, but sold it as I was more into the Final Fantasy franchise back then). I should get Joker 2 one of these days too! Tho' my pride is my Emblem of Roto collection haha. I simply loved it, and I'll keep the 21 volumes for a long time. The sequel has only been published in France in August, and I'll follow it closely for sure. As for Daï's Big Adventure... Well, I'll get the 36 volumes I don't have in due time haha! (I put two doodles I made a while back cause I used to like them. Tho retrospectively I should re-do them one day. When I'll know how to draw properly)
  42. 3 points
    Thanks to Shogil for the "What Draconian Restrictions Actually Mean" writeup post. I have taken the post and made a page out of it in the Dragon Quest XI section. https://www.woodus.com/den/games/dq11/draconian.php
  43. 3 points
    My son actually got quite annoyed watching me set up this first shot, it took a good 5 minutes to find the perfect spot and angle. "When you wish upon a star."
  44. 3 points
    One thing you can always count on through the years is Barbara Walters being an idiot. No, Nintendo won't make you brain dead. Watching The View sure will, though! But yeah, I remember the chip shortage. There were even warnings ahead of time. Nintendo Power mentioned it a few times, even in the smallest blurbs for random games. Still was fortunate enough to get Zelda II and SMB2 for Christmas in 5th grade. (And glad I did, because they got me through a rough school year!) But like the Nintendo rep said, the demand was higher than what they purchased from their chip supplier and manufacturing had to catch up. Same thing happened with the Switch.
  45. 3 points
    Yeah, no kidding. That was messed up. I get not liking a person, but saying stuff like that or telling someone you hope they get cancer is just awful.
  46. 3 points
    Oh I agree, the Kenshin situation is a lot more difficult. The argument I've seen is that Sugiyama throws money at running campaigns of war crime denial and history revision which could be funded by DQ money... BUT, he does more than DQ so his income is more than just that. I made the mistake and read the Resetera thread... the "I wish he would hurry up and die" sentiment is a bit much, I think, and it's sad that it's seemingly applauded.
  47. 3 points
    I need to go play the lottery. Like, seriously! This run all started at 6am last Thursday. Got an email about after-school clubs that day from our coordinator a full month earlier than she typically hits us up. Here's where the good news begins. 1. She's splitting our current after-school program into 4 sessions instead of 3. Which affects pretty much nothing but my pay. I get paid a flat rate per kid per session, so with 3 sessions instead of 4, I should make 33% more! 2. By 8am that day, emails and texts were flying because I'm supposed to revive our Robotics program with the head of Technology. I asked him to approach my boss by excusing me from Wednesday meetings. Kids leave an hour early Wednesday so teachers can have meetings. I told him I'd go to the monthly staff meeting, but I don't have meetings the other weeks anyway and I could do a Robotics team easily for 2 hours Wednesday instead of other days. He talked to my director... approved! 3. My boss sees me Friday afternoon and leads with, "Hey, Mr. _________ quit and we're a bit thin numbers-wise at that grade, so we're not filling the position, you get a classroom again." WAHOO! I've taught out of a conference room for over a year, can't wait to have a bathroom and my own big room again. Oh, and also... 4. Since the dude quit, I may get a bigger stipend for doing some tech work he was going to do + my Robotics team!! 5. Today my 2 elementary school bosses are talking to me and slip me an advanced version of my schedule. It's #$*!ing amazing. I've had the most contact teaching hours daily of any teacher for 3 years. It's ok because I don't have much to grade or plan, so it's fine, but I haven't had a lunch period in 2 years. This year they moved my first class an hour later so I start out with planning (perfect, I get the day ready), and all but cut out a full hour of my teaching. They literally said, "Meh, what do you do in 1st grade anyway, we can just phase that out." my jaw dropped. Then they said, "It'll also keep substitutes from going crazy when they come in to sub for you." So freaking stoked! I'm sure a shoe will drop at some point, but right now with my masters degree program ending soon (last dissertation draft due August 1, 1 week for the professor to read it, some revisions to make before August 23rd & done) and a much easier and profitable year ahead... I'm on cloud 9!
  48. 3 points
    I was there and managed to get a ticket for the last signing. I got there at 7am and waited several hours including outside in blazing heat, almost died but worth it, got to meet the man. Will update with pictures soon.
  49. 3 points
  50. 3 points
    Lots of reasons for the no personal item thing, one of them being to make time for everyone to also get a photo with him!
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