The Backlog Attack concludes with New Super Mario Bros. U, and the long-awaited original Dragon Quest. Also: The new PlayStation Portalable.
Tag: Dragon Quest
The summer Backlog Attack returns! We take a look at the strange and neglected games we plan to get through this month. Also: Unexpected news out of Final Fantasy XIV‘s Fan Festival.
Randy is mystified by Viewfinder‘s perspective-bending puzzles. Meanwhile, D.J. figures out Final Fantasy XVI‘s true form. Also: The definitive way to play Dragon Quest. Maybe.
We’re putting a wrap on this year’s Summer Backlog Attack with the offensively relaxing Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, the extremely old Elder Scrolls: Arena, and the original Dragon Quest alla giapponese.
Paul embarks on the anime road trip of a lifetime. D.J. takes a (short!) break from rebuilding Alefgard to hang out with a robot buddy. Randy tries to figure out why everyone’s dead.
The new PlayStation Vita is grabbing headlines this week but we’re not quite done with the PSP. On this week’s show, we celebrate the life, love and times of Sony’s last-gen portable by remembering the system’s best games.
Also: The winter gaming drought is finally over as the VGH team chimes in on three big recent releases. Randy really likes The Darkness II, Paul is lukewarm on Kingdoms of Amalur, and D.J. takes a second shot at Soulcalibur V.
Finally, we seriously stretch our acting chops with a scene from the first Dragon Quest game. Thespians!