Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies

Genre: Role-playing (RPG)

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This is a role-playing game in which players assume the role of a hero who undertakes a series of quests in a fantasy world. Players can learn magic spells, explore dungeons, and battle various creatures in turn-based combat. Players select actions (e.g., 'attack,' 'defend,' and 'spells') from a menu system as various light effects and numeric values indicate damage inflicted on both monsters and players. A couple of the enemies are depicted being impaled with their own weapons (e.g., a zombie-type enemy plucks a spear out his throat at the beginning of each battle); a 'Kamikazee' spell sacrifices the caster's life to defeat all enemies. Some monsters are depicted with costumes stained in blood; for example, a 'Blood Mummy' is wrapped in red-colored bandages, and another enemy's clothing is covered with red splotches. One of the boss enemies in the game performs a 'Puff puff' attack in battle: During this attack animation, the character clutches her breasts and shakes her hips to charm enemies so they won't attack. During the course of the game, players need to deliver a keg of 'Drunken Dragon' to a creature; other alcohol references sometimes appear in text (e.g., 'Hic! I don't have enough money for the old booze anymore.'). Players can give a 'cowpat' or 'horse manure' item to a freezing character, and a 'Snot Shot' attack splatters a clear liquid at players, lowering their agility. Language such as 'hell' and 'hellish' appears in the dialogue.
The content of this game is suitable for persons aged 12 years and over only. It contains: Non realistic looking violence towards human characters.

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