When old games are too good, it's a pity to keep them in the archives. Or at least this is what Square Enix must be thinking lately, after putting out one remake after another on DS. The latest classic game to appear in this line is Dragon Quest IV, originally released on NES in 1990 and now redesigned in beautiful 3D graphics to fit on the handheld dual screen. Born from the combined effort of the trio of Horii Toriyama and Sugiyama, Dragon Quest IV features over 200 monsters, several main characters and a deep storyline. Every chapter of the game is dedicated to a different character and feels like a standalone experience, but after several hours of gameplay all the stories converge into one epic storyline.