(DS) Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie - £3.99 - Argos
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(DS) Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie - £3.99 - Argos

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Found 17th Dec 2014
Release date: 7 March 2014

Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie is the Nintendo DS remake of a SNES turn-based role-playing title which was published in Japan in 1995. This is the sixth instalment in a long running popular series and the third being remade for Nintendo DS. It is not necessary to have played previous games in order to enjoy the story of Dragon Quest VI.

Suitable for the Nintendo DS.
The Dragon Quest series begun in 1984, in Japan, on the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the game pioneered role-playing video games with features that are considered standard fare such as turnbased battling, levelling up and advancing the storyline through completing smaller tasks.
The games are wildly popular in Japan, spawning several spin-off titles and even feature films. The series is primarily the work of three men: Yuji Horii is the scenario writer and lead designer; Akira Toriyama is the character designer with a background in Manga comics; and Koichi Sugiyama composing the music.
For ages 12 years and over.

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It.s been this price for weeks!!
After being reduced from £5.99 to £4.99 & now £3.99.
Just need to find it in stock!

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amis1975

It.s been this price for weeks!!After being reduced from £5.99 to £4.99 & … It.s been this price for weeks!!After being reduced from £5.99 to £4.99 & now £3.99.Just need to find it in stock!



Interesting, It hasn't been posted, It's in stock in every Argos in Yorkshire, You seem somewhat dismayed by me posting this deal?

This game (and IX) have always been cheap. For over a year it was widely available at £10. And now it's sinking even further. Which is strange because it's one of the best RPGs available on the DS. The only explanation I can think of is that they made far too many of them. But again that's odd. Because surely the demand for IV and V would have given them some clue as to the demand?!

you can trade it in for £4.50 at amazon
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