Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road
|Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road|
|Developer(s)||Armor Project, Square Enix|
|Release date(s)|| JP June 2007|
|Mode(s)||Single-player, 2-player game|
Players battle monsters and can win real-life cards with monster data imprinted on them. As of November 7, 2008, Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road has contributed between 1.6 and 1.7 billion ¥ in earnings for Square Enix.
The sequel, Monster Battle Road II also got positive reviews, and ended circulation on September 30th, 2010.
In Japan, a Monster Battle Road game for the Wii, subtitled Victory, was released for those who wanted to continue playing.
The game is based around battles with monsters from the Dragon Quest games. The battles take place in a coliseum and the monsters either can come from the game or from cards the player can insert into the machine itself. The combat is very simple and only uses a two-button system.
The machine gives the player a free card at the beginning of a match. These cards can then be used in battle and if the player has one of the rarer cards, a special attack becomes available to be used in battle.
- Official Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road Japanese website
- Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road at GameFaqs.com
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