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Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors (2007)

Doragon kuesuto sôdo: Kamen no joô to kagami no tô (original title)
Five years ago, there was a great war between man and an evil demon known as Xiphos, the Death Bringer. Through many hardships, man was able to defeat Xiphos. Five years later, the Hero and... See full synopsis »

Director:

Takatsugu Nagayama

Writers:

Arito Hirobe (event & script writer), Yuji Horii (scenario) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Wayne Forester Wayne Forester ... Claymore (voice) (as Wayne Forrester)
William Ellis ... Anlace (voice)
Jo Wyatt ... Fleurette (voice)
Emma Fielding ... Queen Curtana (voice)
Brian Bowles Brian Bowles ... Swordmaster Dao (voice)
Jon Glover ... Minister Misericord (voice)
Stephen Greif ... Sir Dirk Worthington / Draug (voice)
Keith Wickham ... Colonel Cutlass / Briquet / Soldier (voice)
Emma Tate Emma Tate ... Envoy of Xiphos (voice)
Jonathan Kydd ... Aruval / Masked Announcer / Soldier (voice)
Michael Hülsmann Michael Hülsmann ... Großmesser (voice) (as Michael Hulsmann)
Simon Greenall Simon Greenall ... Golok / Soldier (voice)
Allan Corduner ... Xiphos (voice)
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Five years ago, there was a great war between man and an evil demon known as Xiphos, the Death Bringer. Through many hardships, man was able to defeat Xiphos. Five years later, the Hero and son of Claymore, who was one of the warriors who fought Xiphos, turned sixteen and had to go through a trial to become a warrior. He succeeds in the tasks and the next day, Prince Anlace asks the Hero to accompany him through the Galantyne Glades, where he saw his mother, the Queen, head off to. There, the Hero defeats Briquet, and proceeds towards a hut, where the Queen is seen wearing a strange mask. She walks away without saying a word. they also meet Fleurette, whose brother fought in the war against Xiphos. She mentions she saw the mask the Queen was wearing as a child. She heads to town and the next day, accompanies you to Arondight Heights to show you something. After defeating the Envoy of Xiphos, she shows you a carving on a mountainside of a battle against Xiphos, who was wearing the same...

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T | See all certifications »

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Country:

Japan

Language:

English | Japanese

Release Date:

19 February 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors See more »

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Production Co:

Eighting Co. Ltd. See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Masked Announcer: [after a soldier is knocked down in a round] They fink it's all over... It is now! And the winner is... Swordmaster Dao!
Swordmaster Dao: Hah, hah, hah, hah, hah! The passage of time has not dulled my blade... or my skills! Are there no others? No more young heroes willing to challenge an old man?
[Dao turns and looks at the main hero]
Swordmaster Dao: Ah-ha! You there! The son of my accomplished pupil, Claymore I believe. So? Are you ready to try your hand against your fathers master?
Masked Announcer: Cor blimey! An invite from Swordmaster Dao '...
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First person shooter role playing game.. for the win?
9 May 2010 | by thepartyofteaSee all my reviews

Dragon Quest Swords is a combination of RPG and First Person Light Gun Shooter. As bizarre as that sounds it actually works to some degree. The RPG aspect is pretty simple. You buy your weapons and armor, you level up by beating monsters, buy potions, etc. The light gun shooter aspect of the game is you select where you aim your sword and slash away at the evil dudes. Sadly putting the two together means they both must suffer. The RPG aspect feels extremely light and the story feels clichéd, there's only a handful of levels to go to and there's no real power ups you expect from a light gun shooter. But the game does manage to make do with what it has and if you can get pass the awkward control scheme at the beginning (D pad to move in a 3D space?!) then you should be fine. If you want a light RPG that will keep you moving, try this one. It should be in the bargain bins everywhere by now..


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