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Dragon Warrior II - Nintendo NES system

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Game info:
Dragon Warrior II - box cover
box cover
Game title: Dragon Warrior II
Console: Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Author (released): Chunsoft, Enix (1987)
Genre: RPG Mode: Single-player
Design: Koichi Nakamura, Yukinobu Chida, Yuji Horii, ...
Music: Koichi Sugiyama
Game manual: manual.pdf

File size:

1137 kB

Game size:

124 kB
Recommended emulator: FCEUX

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

   Dragon Warrior II (known also as Dragon Quest II) is a role-playing video game (RPG) developed by Chunsoft and published by Enix (later merging with Square to become Square Enix) in 1987 for the Family Computer (or Famicom) as a part of the Dragon Quest series. Enix's U.S. subsidiary published the American version of Dragon Warrior II for the Nintendo Entertainment System (or NES) in 1990. Dragon Warrior II is set one hundred years after the events of the first game.
   The game's story centers on the prince of Midenhall, who is ordered to stop an evil wizard named Hargon after Hargon destroys Moonbrooke Castle. On his adventure, he is accompanied by his two cousins, the prince of Cannock and the princess of Moonbrooke. Dragon Warrior II greatly expands on the series formula from the first game by having a larger party, more areas to explore, multiple heroes and enemies in a battle, and a sailing ship.The game's successor, Dragon Warrior III follows the ancestor of the main characters, the legendary hero Erdrick; and the three games are collectively called 'Erdrick Saga Trilogy'.
   Dragon Warrior II is set one hundred years after Dragon Warrior. The story begins with an attack upon Moonbrooke Castle by the wizard Hargon, who seeks to summon the demon Malroth to destroy the world. A wounded soldier escaped the battle and fled to the kingdom of Midenhall, where he informs the king of the attack before he dies. The king then commands his son, who is a descendant of Erdrick (known as Loto in Japanese translations and later localizations), to defeat Hargon.
   The Prince begins his quest alone, but is later joined by two cousins: the Prince of Cannock and the Princess of Moonbrooke. After finding the Prince of Cannock, who began a similar journey at the same time as the Prince of Midenhall, they save the Princess of Moonbrooke from Hargon's assault on Moonbrooke Castle, which is reduced to ruins. As the trio quest to find and defeat Hargon, they secure a ship that allows them to travel across oceans to reach new continents, including Alefgard, which is where Dragon Warrior took place. There they meet the grandson of Dragonlord, the villain from the previous game, who gives the party valuable information. He tells them that by collecting the five crests hidden around the world, the party can create the Charm of Rubiss, allowing them to defeat Hargon and his illusions. After obtaining the Charm of Rubiss, the party travels to Hargon's castle in the ice-covered plateau of Rhone and confronts Hargon in his throne room. Hargon is defeated, but he offers himself to Malroth and the demon emerges to destroy the heroes. Together, the three heroes slay Malroth and return to Midenhall, where the Prince is named the new king.

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