On your 16th
birthday, you are called by the King of Aliahan to follow in your
father's footsteps to travel the world and defeat the evil demon,
Baramos. You'll travel day and night, explore towns, caves, and
towers, play mini games, and get ready for a few surprises as
the Loto series comes to an end.
of the largest Game Boy games ever, clocking
in at 32 megabits.
with Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance systems.
new Bird Studio exclusive US box artwork.
the elements from the 1996 Super Famicom reprise are intact.
of the monsters are fully animated.
Small Medals and trade them for items like the Heaven
the world through day and night on foot, ship, or air
your money away in the monster rings or play the Pachisi
your male or female companions from eight character classes:
Soldier, Fighter, Cleric, Wizard, Jester, Merchant, Thief,
your heroes some personality! Try to get the best stats
or pick a personality that's closest to you.
spells, weapons and items
bonus dungeon is available after you beat the game.
What's with these questions I'm being asked?
A: In 1996, Yuji Horii and company released a new version
of DQ3 for the Super Famicom (Super NES). One of the things
Horii wanted to add was a personality system. Before the game
starts, the player is asked a series of random questions. The
player can answer the questions any way they like. When all
the questions are done, you're taken to a scenario based on
your answers. The personality of your character effects the
stats. You can change your character's personality over time
through battle or by reading books found in various towns and
What's up with this board game?
A: The Pachisi is a fun little mini game. There are
a couple of them placed around the world. It's not free. You
have to have a ticket to play and the tickets are found all
over the place. They're not a required feature, but they are
a fun break from monster killin' and you can win some pretty
Box and Manual Images
Thanks to Enix
for providing the screen shots!
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