Dragon Quest Builders Gameplay Footage Live

Saturday, August 1st, 2015

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Dragon Quest Builders | oprainfall

Dragon Quest Builders looks to mix Minecraft with role-playing games.

Gameplay video for Dragon Quest Builders was finally shown off during the recent Square Enix Dragon Quest press conference. The story’s hero, who players can make either male or female, is tasked with rebuilding the world of Alefgard after the villainous Dragonlord lays waste to it. The gameplay is in third-person, and while there will be mining, crafting and building, there are plenty of classic Dragon Quest enemies and even bosses to fight. The game features charming visuals as well as simplistic looking gameplay.

Dragon Quest Builders is set to release in Japan this Winter for PS3, PS4, and PS Vita. It is unknown whether or not the game will be released outside of Japan.


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  • Mr Pessimism

    So it’s a Minecraft clone, and not even coming to Nintendo consoles, where its charming graphical style would be a perfect fit? This fails on so many levels…

    • Mr Optimism

      Your name isn’t just for a show is it? Quite frankly I think it has a lot of promise and the level of detail used surpasses it as being a Minecraft clone, c’mon you’d need like six mods to get Minecraft to be this visually stunning and at such high frames. Regardless of it being on a Nintendo console it still has promise, besides; Xbox One and PS4 games are often depicted with a similar graphic style, so Nintendo isn’t their only way to release this game.