DescriptionDragon Quest V: Tenkū no Hanayome is a remake of the earlier game of the same name. It retains the story and the basic gameplay of the original version, while including a significant graphical overhaul and new gameplay features.
The remake has fully 3D graphics with rotatable camera. The player is able to physically interact with many objects in the environment: for example, lifting and breaking a pot to reveal an item is graphically displayed, rather than being indicated by a text message. The music has been re-recorded with a life orchestra, as opposed to the synthesized tracks of the original version.
The player can now have four active controllable party members instead of three. The amount of monsters who can join the party has been increased as well. Some mini-games are added to those that already existed in the original version. A trinkets museum has been added, which rewards the player for collecting local specialties from various places.
Once the player finishes the game, he gains access to an additional dungeon with powerful enemies. A demo disc for Dragon Quest VIII is included.
There are no PlayStation 2 screenshots for this game.
- "ドラゴンクエストＶ：天空の花嫁" -- Japanese spelling
- "勇者斗恶龙V" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
Part of the Following Groups
- Dragon Warrior / Dragon Quest series
- Dragon Warrior / Dragon Quest universe
- Enhanced remakes
- Gameplay feature: Monster capture / training
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Unofficial translationA full English translation patch for this game was released on January 23, 2010 by a group called DQTranslations, also responsible for the translation of other Japan-exclusive titles.
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