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Limited Edition DRAGON QUEST HEROES™ II Explorer's Edition provides a huge arsenal of bonus items! Purchase the Explorer's Edition for a limited time only for the ultimate start to your adventure! 18 bonus items in total: Dragon Quest I Hero costume Slime Knight's Shield Great Sabreclaws Robo-Bow Slime Stack Stick Imp's Fork Plat o' One Tails Golem Gauntlets Drackerang Goodybag Abacus Shadowblade Gem Slime Sword Night Club Robo-Razor Royal Flush Archdemon Arcs Builder's Mallet Aurora & Luceus costumes from Dragon Quest Heroes Reviews & Accolades4/5 "A real joy. " – Trusted Reviews 78/100 "Dragon Quest Heroes 2 looks amazing!" – PCGames_de 8/10 "A must-have for all the fans of the series" – Gamernetwork 8/10 "Among the best of its genre." – Multiplayer_it 8/10 "Excellent exponent of the musou genre." – HDBlog_it 8.5/10 "Entertaining and rewarding " – Gamesoul_it 85/100 "A great follow-up of the best current musou game." – 3Djuegos 86/100 "A sequel full of action, RPG and adventures." – Vandal 85/100 "High quality, fun and amusing." – LaPS4 8/10 "Très bon" – Gameblog 90/100 "Simply fantastic" – Jeuxvideo-live 8/10 "A success" – Actugaming About the Game DRAGON QUEST HEROES II is a hack-and-slash, field-roaming Action RPG that sends players on a new adventure to restore order to a once peaceful world filled with hordes of monsters and battles of epic proportions. Up to 4 players can band together in cooperative multiplayer to conquer swarms of enemies and defeat challenging boss monsters. There is also a cast of many playable characters each with unique moves and abilities – including a host of familiar faces from the DRAGON QUEST® series and four brand new heroes that must team up to defeat an unknown threat looming over the Seven Realms! Features Online Multiplayer – Up to 4 players can play online Transform into a monster and battle as one of them New world, new story & new adventures Numerous unique characters each with unique abilities Change your vocation and play in any fighting style with a variety of magic & weapons!
Release date
Apr 25, 2017
Square Enix
Square Enix
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64bit required)
  • Processor: Core i7 870 2.8GHz or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 or AMD Radeon HD 5770
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 30 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64bit required)
  • Processor: Core i7 2600 3.4GHz or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti or AMD Radeon HD 7870
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 30 GB available space
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DRAGON QUEST HEROES II reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Actually is quite Fun and is also quite varied, in addition you can change the Class of the Main Characters, which I thought was great compared to the first Part. The Game is definitely recommended, however, a few Points that hurt me a lot personally as DQ veterans pulled me down a lot. I don't want to spoil too much but the Ending brings a heavy Disappointment and there is no Content after the Main Story. Moreover, After the End, you don't really Get the feeling as if you've done anything, because you can always repeat the last Mission or the last Fight and never come to a real End. The Multiplayer aspect has disappointed me very much because I have very much celebrated the Multiplayer from DQ9, because you don't move together in the World from one of the Players and play the Game together, but can only have the Pleasure in special Dungeons or Boss fights to bring in a Fellow Player. To get to the Point, If you're more of a Single-player type and uninstall the Game after the Credits and don't hope for After-story, DQH2 is highly recommended. Since I personally had a lot of Fun with this Game despite the finite disappointment, I will still recommend it.
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Dragon Quest Heroes 2 is actually better than the first Part on many Points, but nevertheless I had more Fun with the first Part. After 30 Hours I was happy that the Game was ready. I had very much the Impression that many Standard Opponents were artificially stronger (unnecessarily large Life bar and deal a lot of Damage), so that Co-op mode would not become too easy. You like to improve me if the Opponents in Multiplayer have been adjusted again and made even stronger. Unfortunately, I couldn't test that. At First it's Fun because it seems more challenging, but at some point you just pull your Tactics through a thousand times in a row until the Opponents are finally done. Less would have been more here. Especially later, Balancing falls in an eerily grindige direction. In the Ice Landscape (Open World), almost only such Anti-sponge Opponents are. One would like to run by, but unfortunately the own Fighter automatically pulls the Weapons near them and then runs correspondingly slowly. So you mess with the Opponents or then run past in the tempo. In the Missions themselves, the Ratio is Usually right, but despite Side missions, the Game ensures that you don't get around grinning, even though I had a fixed Team and therefore actually only had to upgrade four People. I constantly felt I was a little bit behind with my Equipment, even though I had bought the best Equipment available. The first Part did this Balancing even better and never felt like a Grind. If you can live with such a Grind, then you just get more from the first Part, which has been expanded to include some Areas like Co-op mode, an open world with quite short Loading times, different Directions to develop its two Main Chars (Warriors, wizards, Middle Fighters, Priests, etc.). In particular, I liked the Expansion of Monster Cumpanes the most. Now you can even briefly transform yourself into Monsters and there are a lot of them, but also monster guards and Monster Helpers are now there a lot more. The Story isn't as good for my Taste as it is in the first Part, but still has the usual Dragon Quest charm. If the unnecessarily many strong Opponents were not, who unnecessarily pull many Fights, then the Successor would have succeeded very much. This leaves a good Successor with a strong design Weakness. Still, Dragon Quest Heroes still offers more than any other Musou game.
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