Blue Dragon Plus takes place a year after the first Blue Dragon game, released on the Xbox 360. The French website Jeux-France has some more images and artworks from the Nintendo DS game, you can view them after the jump.
Looks impressive. Seems Mistwalker is working harder on the style for this then for Shuffle. 5 years after the 360 version eh? Well you still probably wont have to play the xbox version to know what's going on. Hopefully this sells well so DS and 360 users can see that Blue Dragon is a pretty good RPG.
is it just me or does this look to have more style than the original blue dragon?
but, I'm a sucker for handdrawn 2D stuff so...maybe? No offense against Blue Dragon guys.
I still haven't finished the original Blue Dragon, but I feel as though it is a quality old school RPG that hasn't gotten a fair shake. This DS version looks good so far.
i never got a chance to play the 360 version but i'll definatley get this on ds.
First, Blue Dragon is a "crappy RPG" to Sony fanboys and then all of a sudden a spinoff sequel is announced for the DS that looks really good and they are all drooling over it........... >_^ Just goes to prove, you are truly JEALOUS of what you can't have. And yes, unlike 90% of the people here I've played all 70 hours of Blue Dragon- twice. And its right up there, a classic RPG with a light storyline rivaling the best of the best. Definitely found it amazing even better than FF6 in places, and that's no small feat. Now I'm not shocked anymore but I have to say I told you so. And you "MS" fanboys are no different, as soon as some exclusive FF game is announced on your system you would be drooling over it like crazy and just admit it fools you like Japanese RPGs not just Oblivion or Blue Dragon wouldn't have sold 500,000 copies!!! Hey those are impressive, surprised it hasn't sold a million.....Mass Effect sells 2 mil and that's a great game? I prefer the BD series though.
Is it a turn based RPG (love those) or an action one (I'm ok with them) ?, hopefully not Strategy RPG (I hate those)
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