Universal Dragon Quest IV (by Square Enix)

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  1. worldcitizen1919

    worldcitizen1919 Well-Known Member

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    #41 worldcitizen1919, Aug 7, 2014
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    Apparently dialogue is not working on ipad.

    You can't speak to people at all. Nothing happens when you go up to people. If you press the speak button you get a stock message which says you don't have any party members to speak with but on the iPhone dialogue appears as soon as you go near a character.


    I'll delete and reinstall. Something not right on ipad.

    PS : Thanks to help from dhgamer its fixed. The centre button is for dialogue. I bet SE are having a good laugh!
     
  2. TheOutlander

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    You had one job Square Enix, ONE JOB
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  3. worldcitizen1919

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    Did a hard reset after reinstall and still can't talk to anyone. No dialogue appears in the ipad version. I'm using iPad Air. Can someone confirm this for ipad please?

    Can't play the game as is.
     
  4. dhgamer

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    Tap in the center of the joystick to speak to people & interact with items
     
  5. ScotDamn

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    LMAO!

    Does it really play in a small portrait window on iPad? That's beyond lame.
     
  6. worldcitizen1919

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    Your BRILLIANT! Many thanks. Just didn't think of that. Again thanks heaps.
     
  7. ScotDamn

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    Nice! :D
     
  8. worldcitizen1919

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    About half the ipad is not used in battle and full screen for travelling.
     
  9. Avatre

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    Seems to have been removed from the UK AppStore.
     
  10. evilabdy

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    Lol glad someone else saw that
     
  11. MinusZero

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    One of the best "Dargon Quest" games.
    Highly recommended if you missed out on it before and have even a passing interest in JRPGs. If you've played it you already know what I mean.
    Ah, Torneko Taloon. One of the fattest characters in video games to get his own spin off game.
     
  12. Smurgendorf

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    Oooh! That's a big reason to get it!
     
  13. Infinity89

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    So which is better this or VIII! I still haven't got the other one!
     
  14. pluto6

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    DQ VIII is one of the all time great RPGs made. Up there with FF VII-IX.
     
  15. Xexist

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    I dont think I am familiar with the Dargon quest series.
     
  16. wigzisonfire

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    Dragon quest is so last decade.
     
  17. Hero Killer Id

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    Ehrmergerd DargonQuerst!! Inster Ber!
     
  18. psj3809

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    'Some' people actually like older/retro games

    Its an old series of games, been going for quite some time, first one was in 1986 and theres been versions on MSX/Gameboy/NES etc. Good old classic series
     
  19. Shaun Musgrave

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    Dragon Quest games, especially from 4 onward, are fresh in any decade. The mechanics might be a bit traditional, but there's a maturity to the storytelling that few games can match. I don't mean that in the "Rated M For Mature" way, of course. More in the Studio Ghibli way.
     
  20. JasperA66

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    Impressions? Video?
     

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