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Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride Videos and Trailers - DS

  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: ArtePiazza
  • Release Date:Feb 17, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E10+ - Everyone 10+ (Alcohol Reference,Mild Fantasy Violence,Mild Language,Mild Suggestive Themes,Simulated Gambling)
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Game Description:Continue the saga in the second installment of the Zenithia Trilogy! Start on an innocent childhood voyage to follow in your father's footsteps. Then get swept up in an eye-opening journey which will test the all the skills and mettle of a young man. Explore a massive 3D world filled with newly animated monsters. Choose your own travelling party from a variety of quirky and helpful creatures. Decide carefully, as the choices you make will affect the outcome of the game and change the course of your hero's life forever. Collect knick-knacks hidden around the world and create a personalized Knick-Knackatory. And unwind with addicting mini-games like Bruise the Ooze, The Slurpodrone, and The Tombola!
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