A worthy, and possibly outshining, culmination to the Dragon Warrior series on the NES.
Dragon Warrior IV came out on the NES toward the end of the console's life. It was also the first game to not include the world of Alefgard. Enix implemented a few features into the game that had no...
The finest RPG of the 8 bit era and a classic for all time.
Back in the early 90's when most gamers had already moved on to the Genesis and Super Nintendo, Enix quietly released its forth installment in the Dragon Warrior series, and the last one Americans wou...
Dragon Warrior 4 is one of the greatest RPGs on the NES. Its a very long satisfying game and even has its own AI system.
Dragon Warrior 4 doesn't follow the saga of the first three but instead starts off the heaven saga in the series. This game has some pretty good graphics for NES and features plenty of characters, mo...
A rare better-than-original sequal!
A truly fantastic game, it starts out slow and lets you amass an army of 8 characters how you start out playing with (totally oblivious to how they are connected to each other until later on). Dragon...
Moving on from the Erdrick bloodline, here's something new.
Dragon Warrior IV, the last, yet not least, of the quadrilogy made on the NES. This new experience leaves behind the epic tale and bloodline of Erdrick and moves onto something new. Dark clouds beg...
One of the best RPGs of its day, Dragon Warrior IV has become a timeless classic
In 1990, a year after concluding the trilogy of the first widely popular Dragon Warrior (a.k.a. Dragon Quest in Japan) series, Enix released Dragon Warrior IV, which was a whole new story, completely ...
One of the best 8-bit RPGs!!
Dragon Warrior IV brings all the goodness of number 3 but gives us a group of characters that is inter-connected in a plot. The game is divided in Chapters which makes you wanna play this game until t...