The story of Dragon Fantasy: Book II follows directly on from Book I, taking place over three routes with Ogden and his crew aiming to save the world by gathering Voidstones. The story is standard fare for any RPG veteran, but it’s executed well enough that it’s still a joy to play through. The game also has a sense of humour, not taking itself too seriously and making some nice references to other games – but it’d be more fun for you to find them yourself.
Dragon Fantasy: Book II is part two of the Dragon Fantasy trilogy and differs somewhat to Book I. While Book I had an 8-bit style, Book II has a 16-bit style. The classic JRPG throwback remains, showing homage to JRPGs of old such as Lufia II, Earthbound, Final Fantasy VI and Chrono Trigger. The story follow directly on from Book I and will see the player following Ogden, Prince and Ramona through their respective chapters in the game.