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Like all Geek to Geek Media shows, we keep a clean rating. DQ is about fun for us, and if you can play DQ with your kiddos, you can listen to our Dragon Quest podcast with them, too.
We like Dragon Quest Builders 2 so much that we wanted to do a second episode so we could talk about it more. Enjoy!
Highlights include the ways 2 is better than 1, mini-medal puzzles, NPCs forming lines to poop, and hunting for rare artifacts!
Austin and B.J. talk about where they are in the DQ games they’re currently playing. B.J. is playing DQ IV and Austin just finished DQ VI.
In this week’s episode of DQFM, we discuss Dragon Quest Heroes 1 & 2, originally released on the PS4. We discuss the difference in play styles, NPCs, and even towns from the mainline series.
This week, we’re discussing the latest Dragon Quest Your Story trailer and poster! Austin and B.J. are both excited for the movie, but they’re approaching it differently.
This week, Austin and B.J. explore early JRPGs and also talk about the first Dragon Quest (Dragon Warrior in the West).
Last episode, we went through our pre-E3 hopes and dreams. This week, we come back to reality and talk about what we got right, what we got wrong, and all of the great stuff that happened regardless.
E3 is just around the corner, and we wanted to talk about some of the most important things for us. From Dragon Quest X to XII to what we hope they let us see in DQ XI S for the Switch.
Dragon Quest XI has experienced incredible success in the West, and there is good cause for that. It takes the DQ formula that has worked for over 33 years and hones it into what many people say might be the best in the series. Unlike previous Dragon Quest games, though, DQXI has released on multiple platforms at launch, instead of getting remasters and remakes over the years.
We get asked a lot about which Dragon Quest game you should start with? Should you start with DQXI because it’s the newest one? What about DQVIII because it’s one of the most well-known and well-beloved? Or should you, like many suggest, start all the way back at the beginning and play Dragon Quest I-III before moving into the more modern games.