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Video: Our final trip through Dragon Quest X

Joe, Gav and Matthew finish their insensitive trip through the Japanese MMO

This is it, a chronicle of our final travels through the single player portion of Dragon Quest X, the new MMORPG from Square Enix. We hope you've seen the last two installments, because we want you to understand quite how lost and alone we felt as we made these videos.

This episode's mainly about hats and pillows, as far as we can tell. There's also talk of churches, terrible improvised dubbing and massive strawberries. None of it makes sense.

To understand at least something about this game, you can read my four page preview in the next issue of ONM, out on 24th October. We hope you've enjoyed this tiny little series - if you have, hit subscribe on our Youtube channel because we're hoping to get a lot more videos up in the not-too distant future.


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  1. ledreppe Friday 19th Oct 2012 at 18:31

    I used to import Japanese Super Famicom games. I obviously couldn't read Japanese but I didn't mind, these days I can't be bothered importing.

  2. MartinIsAwesome Saturday 20th Oct 2012 at 17:15

    These videos have in no way persuaded me to by the game, but I don't care - the journey was fun.
    Having said that, RPGs could probably do with more pillow-case side quests.

  3. Lew3107 Monday 22nd Oct 2012 at 18:41

    Not interested in Dragon Quest at all and nothing could convince me to buy this when it's released, but it's great that you guys went out of your way to import this game just for us to see. You guys at ONM are the best!

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