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Dragon Quest Swords Wii Bound By The Hands of Ubisoft


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The good times keep on rolling with Square Enix and Ubisoft, as today Ubisoft announced they'll be bringing Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirror to Wii gamers in Australia.

Although the first in the series for the Wii, you can expect the familiar features people have come to expect from the Dragon Quest series, such as a system to power up weapons and the ability to perform a large array of powerful attacks. Additional mini-games add to the fun as you catch darts with your shield and try to defeat Slime monsters as quickly as possible to win bonus items.

But of course, it is on the Wii, which means a waggle tech fueled action-packed Virtual Experience where the player becomes the hero of the story. As the hero, the player must use the Wii controller to control their legendary sword, and fight off horde after horde of monsters. Slice at enemies, parry with your shield and block attacks to launch powerful counter-combos.

From the fact sheet that we received today, here's the story break down!

In the town at the foot of Avalonia Castle, a young man enjoys a peaceful life with his father. That young man is you. It is your sixteenth birthday at last, and time to take the Walk of the Worthy, the trial of strength which all young Avalonian males must undergo upon coming of age.

You will need to put all of your training in the ways of the sword into practice if you are to pass the test, and take your rightful place amongst Avalonia’s warriors. Should you succeed – who knows what adventures await you!

With Square-Enix, you know you're gonna be treated to a decent plot! You'll be exploring the world in first person view, battling it out with kick-ass designed and animated enemies, and just generally being heroic.

-Series creator Yuji Horii, legendary manga artist Akira Toriyama and renowned composer Koichi Sugiyama, are teaming up once again to create an unforgettable gaming experience.

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