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Everything posted by knighTeen87

  1. Hello, I bought an original copy of DQX (Wii) from Japan. I just want to play offline campaing and I want to ask a couple questions please: 1) You said that the USB will be formatted in a way that game needs. But when I'm done playing the game, will I be able to use in normal way again? 2) Can I play the game just from the CD? Or installation is a must? 3) Do I need an internet connection even for playing offline campaign? 4) I have an European PAL Wii console with homebrew. Do I lost any content on my Wii if I use any region changer? I will be very happy If I got answers to my questions. I just want to play offline campaign without any internet connection, that's all
  2. I found this tape on a retro shop called Beep in Akihabara. It was in the junk bin surprisingly and I picked it up for my Dragon Quest collection as soon as I saw it. Now it became a rarity part for my DQ collection. I also have an old VHS player but I have to get it fixed first to watch it. I think it contains a walkthru type gameplay video but I'm not sure. I just wanted to share it with you guys.
  3. Even though I beat it twice, I still don't like DQ2 (except for it's awesome soundtrack)
  4. No, we use our own currency as Turkish Liras. By the way Turkish Lira lost so much in value since my last post. Now 1$ = 6,5 Turkish Liras, so from now on it nearly impossible for me to buy cheap games from Ebay
  5. Hmm, usually it's takes around 60-70 dollars in here. But the thing is, 1$ = 5,6 Turkish liras now and because of that we have to pay a huge amount of money for them. There is a huge economical crisis in Turkey right now due to our idiotic president and our money is losing value every single moment. Because of that I can not nearly buy anything from eBay anymore. 3 years ago 1$ was around 2,8 liras. Our money was still worthless but was still much better than this.
  6. BIG UPDATE! PS3 version of Dragon Quest Builders has a 100% English translation patch. That's how I played it on my PS3. They did it by using the Vita version's language files: https://froidromhacks.wordpress.com/2018/02/15/dragon-quest-builders-bljm61311-v0-9-english-patch-ps3/ Do you have any updates by the way?
  7. If I can find it in a decent price, yes. Buying this type of stuff in Turkey is extremely expensive
  8. Thanx. It's the 3rd game of Torneko Mystery Dungeon series. Too bad that it's only released in Japan and no translation patch is available though Thanx. It's Guide to Dragon Quest V Monsters CD+ Bundle box. It contains a world map, a monster guide, monster card, artworks and a small soundtrack CD
  9. A couple of years ago I've shared my humble DQ collection with you. But after those years many things joined into my collection and so I wanted to share it with you. You can see the picture of my collection below. Only a couple of side games are missing (like Young Yangus and Slime Mori-Mori) and all of them are CIB except for the DQ3 (SNES) and GB version of the DQ Monsters. Also there are some guide books in Japanese, DQ5 monsters box set, a couple figures, cards and amigurumis done by my wife. It's so hard to gather a collection in a country like Turkey because or money is totally worthless (1$ = 5 Turkish liras). But I bought most of my stuff via eBay and I'm really proud of it. I hope you like it also!!!
  10. I came across with it on the net by luck. I played it on CFW PS3. It's %100 translation. They did it by using the Vita version's language files: https://froidromhacks.wordpress.com/2018/02/15/dragon-quest-builders-bljm61311-v0-9-english-patch-ps3/
  11. By the way it seems like the music is directly taken from Theatrhythm Dragon Quest. Listen and see for yourself
  12. Thanx to a full English translation patch, I could play thru Dragon Quest Builders on PS3 (as you know the PS3 version was only released for Japan). I finished all main quests and chapters, maxed out the town levels, but didn't complete all side-quests. Also I did not touch the Terra Incognita mode yet. I'm not sure but I think it took me around 30 hours to complete it. So here are my thoughts: GOOD +Building a city from the stratch is really fun. +Even though it's a spin-off from the main series, it has the same DQ spirit. +The classic musics taken from the first 4 games are awesome. +Searching the maps for hidden chests, side-quests and mining materials got a great adventuring feel. +Returning to the very first DQ world was great. I loved the story. +Bullying the monsters with 3 townspeople alongside me in Chapter 3 was very funny +Very addictive gameplay. My wife pick up the controller for mining whenever I put it down BAD -Max town levels are very limited (5 levels). You can reach out for it very soon and lose motivation to expand city because of it. -Ghosts at the nights are very annoying. They spam you way too much. -You can not determine the number of your creations. For example, if I want to make 3 chairs, I have to make them one by one, or create max number of chairs that I can with my resources at once. -I don't if it's only me but Great Condor fight in Chapter 2 was extremely frustrating VERDICT: Even though it's a spin-off game, Dragon Quest Builders has a complete DQ spirit. It has some small flaws, but very fun game to play overall: 7,5/10
  13. She returns way too underleveled man. Also she use very few equipments to choose from. Only redeeming quality of her for battles was her high speed. But always prefer tank characters instead of speedy ones in RPGs.
  14. I don't refuse say it, I don't know when but I just used to say it. Because as you know, sugoroku means patchisi in Japanese I think the game was not short, only the bonus dungeon was very short and easy. I was expecting a good challenge
  15. Oh my god, it's been long time since my last visit (due to server problem) and I learn that I won some prizes! I hope it's not late for me!
  16. It's been a long time since my lost post (due to forums' server) but I'm back again, so hello again everybody! Last year, my wife has bought DS version of DQV for my birthday, along with an awesome amigurumi Dracky made by herself (you can see the picture below). 1-2 months ago, I could start playing it at work during lunch breaks and I could finally finish it last weekend. I've had played thru it on PS2 without the bonus stuff, but this time I completed them also. It took around 31 hours me to complete the main game + bonus dungeon + all sugoroku boards, but didn't complete the knick-knacks. My team was Hero, Son, Daughter and Debora and they were all around between level 32-35. It took a couple of tries to beat Estark on that level, but after an hour and 15 minutes of epic battle, I could beat him in total of 84 turns! Funny thing is, I could complete the bonus sugoroku board on my first try! What a luck! I married with Debora this time. But she is totally useless in battle if you ask me. Only good stuff about her was getting money from her father every now and then +GOOD *Marriage system is great! All 3 there wife candidates have different abilities *Monster recruiting system *Sugoroku boards are really fun! *Addictive gameplay *Playing thru 3 generations *Traveling to the past to change Yellow Orb scene was really dramatic *Great music from Sugiyama as always *Estark battle is a great challenge *Easiest DQ game by far but... -BAD *...but way to easy. The only hard boss battle was Estark. *Bonus dungeon was extremely short, I was disappointed *Knick-knacks side quest...well...didn't attract me. *I don't like this "Go talk with your friends" type endings in some DQ games FINAL VERDICT: Dragon Quest 5 (DS) is an awesome game without any doubt with some little flaws. I just wish it was a little bit harder. But still, one of the best titles in the series: 8/10
  17. Hi there people, My Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road Victory (Wii) arrived from Japan last week. But as you know, the game isn't released for West and it's entirely in Japanese. So is there any guide or walkhthrough for me to help to play the game? Can you guys help me out please?
  18. Thank you guys, she became really happy when she saw your kind comments
  19. I really love Mystery Dungeon series. And I don't why no one makes translation patches for Torneko 3 (PS2) and Young Yangus (PS2). They can be considered as Dragon Quest games in my opinion. I'm waiting for them for a very long time
  20. Hi there people, My Dragon Quest: Battle Road Victory (Wii) arrived from Japan today. As a guy who lives in a country like Turkey, it's really hard and expensive to buy video games from other countries. Anyway, I'm really happy because I bought it with an awesome price (aroud 6$ including shipping) and it came in a perfect condition. Even the real battle card is included, so it will be an awesome addition to my Dragon Quest collection. But as you know, the game isn't released for West and it's entirely in Japanese. So is there any guide for me to help to play the game? Can you guys help me out please? Here are some pictures of my copy:
  21. Here is my fiancee and her handmade amigurumi Slime. They are working together!
  22. Thanx so much guys. She saw your comments and became very happy (seriously). We are getting married at this 5th of June By the way this is not the first amigurumi that she made for me. She also made a slime and healslime for me a couple of years ago. I will their pictures to you also later In the past, I played thru PS2 version of the game, so I will play the DS version for the first time. I'm planning to get married with Debora this time and play the post-game content for this first time. I'm really excited
  23. Hello people, April 1st is my birthday, so my fiancee know how much i like DQ series and gave me some epic DQ gifts this year. First one is an amigurumi style Dracky which is completely made by her hands (she spent so many hours working on it) and the second one is the North American version of DQ5 (DS) which is I've never had in my DQ collection before. They all made me incredibly happy, so I just wanted it to share it with you. Here they are:
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