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  • Summary: A grand adventure awaits you and your allies!

    An action RPG forged by humans and dragons Dragalia Lost is a swipe-controlled action RPG about the bonds shared between humans and dragons. Conquer your enemies using an array of powerful attacks and special skills and even by transforming into
    A grand adventure awaits you and your allies!

    An action RPG forged by humans and dragons
    Dragalia Lost is a swipe-controlled action RPG about the bonds shared between humans and dragons. Conquer your enemies using an array of powerful attacks and special skills and even by transforming into a dragon yourself!

    A tale of heroes, legends, and allies, together
    Over 60 voiced characters are ready and waiting to aid your quest!

    Music by DAOKO
    Dragalia Lost features music by the Japanese artist DAOKO. Her captivating musical score enhances the upbeat gaming experience!
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  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Oct 1, 2018
    90
    I am immensely enjoying Dragalia Lost. Just like Super Mario Run did for the time honored runner genre, so does Dragalia Lost do for social RPGs. It follows the formula and makes key improvements along the way. After hours of playinng I have yet to come close to running out of energy yet. The gameplaay, graphics and story all shine out above competition within the social RPG genre. If you can wrap your head around the departure from usual Nintendo fare, you’ll be rewarded with a gem of a game.
  2. Oct 1, 2018
    70
    For fans of gacha games, Dragalia Lost is one of the best of the bunch. However, Dragalia Lost is still, at its core, more of the same.
  3. Oct 2, 2018
    70
    Dragalia Lost is a fine game, and I bet it will be a successful one too. I’m all for quality, new gacha games, but this is not how I want to see Nintendo operating in the mobile space. Despite being a decent game, Dragalia Lost doesn’t feel Nintendo-like at all. Instead, it feels like a polished up version of the games we’ve all already seen on the App Store, making Nintendo’s mobile efforts really feel like an afterthought rather than any sort of space for exciting new game developments.
  4. Oct 12, 2018
    60
    The wonderful art, music, and lore deserve to be in something more original than Dragalia Lost. There are a hundred different versions of this game already available on app stores and it doesn’t do very much to hoist itself above the competition. This title may represent Nintendo’s riskiest attempt at breaking big into mobile gaming, going with an original IP instead of known property, but it also represents its least creative.
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  1. I first tried to judge Dragalia Lost on how money-hungry it was but instead grew as a gamer. Dragalia Lost proves free-to-play isn’t the demon I thought it was. With a ton of content, deep, fluid gameplay, and top-notch production, Dragalia Lost is worth every penny a player spends on it. See you in co-op!
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  1. Oct 4, 2018
    5
    While the idea of a mobile RPG was enticing enough to preregister for the game, sadly the game does not live up to the quality expected ofWhile the idea of a mobile RPG was enticing enough to preregister for the game, sadly the game does not live up to the quality expected of Nintendo. The menus are chunky like any generic free to play game, and while not unusable, lack the refinement found in more serious titles.

    Game play wise you use your thumb to guide your party through a rudimentary maze, killing a few minions by tapping your finger. Then you reach a boss which usually requires a few swipes to dodge attacks (even if you didn't his damage is so minimal). Then more cut scenes of a generic RPG. This wouldn't be bad if the story had any level of depth, but sadly it does not.

    Probably the maim mechanic, the gacha system, is using points acquired through battle or by completing daily challenges to summon new characters. This aspect feels fine as you will get so many just by playing the game, that I don't understand how this game ever turns a profit.

    All in all a forgettable and deletable experience.
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