Dragon Quest Builders 2 Review Round Up

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Dragon Quest Builders 2

Dragon Quest Builders 2 is finally here and the critics were able to give their two cents about the game. For the sequel, both Square Enix and Omega Force teamed up to be able to bring a more polished experience for fans. If you would want to know how the game fared against the critics, go ahead and read on below:


Dragon Quest Builders 2 PS4
8.4
Steam
32.69€
Dragon Quest Builders 2 Nintendo Switch
8.1
Steam
44.6€


IGN — 8.8/10

“Dragon Quest Builders 2 is an admirable RPG and an admirable building game which seems in most cases to have gotten the best bits of both of its parent genres.”

– TJ Hafer


EUROGAMER — Recommended

“The Minecraft and Dragon Quest mash-up gets refined for the sequel, with a few other outside influences helping make it a laid-back joy.”

– Martin Robinson


GAME INFORMER — 9/10

“This is one of those rare sequels that delivers on just about every front, so long as you’re able to put in the time it asks of you.”

– Jeff Cork


DESTRUCTOID — 7.5/10

“It’s easy for me to say Dragon Quest Builders 2 is a good game because it’d be a lie for me to say otherwise.”

– CJ Andriessen


GAMESRADAR+ — 5/5

“Dragons Quest Builders 2 is a beautiful mashup of iconic games with a quirky sense of humour, and you’ll be hooked on it from your first hammer smash. “

– Rachel Weber


NINTENDO LIFE — 8/10

“It takes a surprising amount of effort to beat Minecraft at its own game, but we’d argue that Dragon Quest Builders 2 in many ways surpasses its inspiration in fun factor and replayability.”

– Mitch Vogel


COGCONNECTED — 84/100

“It’s a game that captures the essence of fun and will make any RPG fan happy as they go from building a moderate little village in the hill into constructing an elaborate and gorgeous castle to share online with other players.”

– Alexander Thomas


The critics all seem to agree that the game was able to have very small improvements as compared to the first game but what’s great about it is that the seemingly small improvements give the game a more fun experience. Some of the complaints include the dropping of frames and the long wait for load times on the Switch but fans of the game will still surely love the game.

Dragon Quest Builder 2 is available right now can be played on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

 

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