Author: Manu - Published: 16 April 2021, 5:29 pm
Dragon Quest, known as Dragon Warrior in the US, is a Japanese-style role-playing game created by Chunsoft for the NES and released in 1986.
It's the first game of the famous Dragon Quest/Dragon Warrior series that reached chapter 11 in 2017, not counting the spin-offs.
The game represents a real milestone in the history of console RPGs. Before that, the genre acquired popularity thanks to the home computers, with the [Ultima] and [Wizardry] series, which clearly inspired Chunsoft. Dragon Quest is probably the founding father of the so-called JRPG genre.
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