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Posted on Wednesday, December 22 @ 12:25:09 PST by KevinS


Ahh, Dragon Quest... the red-headed step-child in the RPG space to Square-Enix's “favorite son”. But with Final Fantasy not doing so great this year, it’s time to point and shout, “Who’s talkin’ NOW?” With some people going into their 100th hour in the game and only putting it down because they’ve felt they’d played it too much (even though there’s still more to do), Dragon Quest IX is definitely worth the time and effort to grind through, explore the world, and check off bucketloads of side-quest action. Oh, did I forget to mention you can enjoy it with other people too? Up to four people can connect and share the spoils of their quest. Score one for the DS, and welcome back DQ!

Runners-Up: Golden Sun: Dark Dawn, Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, Professor Layton and the Unwound Future, Super Scribblenauts

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