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Dragon Quest Heroes II: Twin Kings and the Prophecy's End

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Spinoff games
Dragon Quest Heroes II
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Publisher(s) Square Enix
Series Dragon Quest
Platform(s) PlayStation 3
PlayStation 4
PlayStation Vita
Release date(s) PlayStation 3

JP May 27, 2016

PlayStation 4
JP May 27, 2016
NA April 25, 2017
EU April 28, 2017

PlayStation Vita
JP May 27, 2016

Genre(s) Action role-playing game
Mode(s) Single Player

Dragon Quest Heroes II is a spinoff game and the sequel of The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below.

Plot

In a beautiful and peaceful land of seven kingdoms, war suddenly breaks out as if influenced by an ancient prophecy. Heroes from each of the kingdoms must unite to bring peace back to their war-torn land.

Gameplay

Dragon Quest Heroes II features a mix of hack-and-slash combat and more traditional RPG elements. Exploration of the world will be similar to other Dragon Quest games. Players can explore the land and move from one town to the next, while also initiating dungeon-like battle stages. While exploring, players will discover treasure boxes and ingredients. Weather also plays a factor and rain will result in a curse ailment being inflicted on the players during a battle.

Exploration is free to a point; some areas of the map will be inaccessible until the player has proceeded with the main story. "Invitation Stones" can be unlocked through playing the main story and these allow for fast travel to previously visited areas of the map.


Characters

Playable Characters

Supporting Characters

Monsters

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