Graduated copy of Dragon Warrior for NES auction at ComicConnect


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One of the largest video game franchises in Japan is the Dragon Quest franchise. It’s so popular there that there was a widely circulated urban legend about a law enacted in Japan that banned everything Dragon Quest game to be released on a weekday. The idea followed so well that people really believed in it, although the truth is based on a trade deal between Nintendo and Square Enix. Either way, the point is that the franchise that is Dragon Quest, also known briefly as dragon warrior outside of Japan, is remarkably popular.

ComicConnect, an auction site based in New York City, New York, put up a rare classified copy of the very first dragon warrior game for Nintendo Entertainment System up for auction. Potential bidders have until 6:08 p.m. Central Time (or 7:08 p.m. Eastern Time) on Monday, June 21, to bid on this wonderful video game.

The front of the box for the Dragon Warrior graduated copy for the NES.  Currently available for auction on the Comic Connect website.
The front of the box for the graduated copy of dragon warrior for the NES. Currently available for auction on the ComicConnect website.

According to the description of the list of this game On the ComicConnect website, here are the specs for the noted game:

Classification of seal B; First part H-seam; Rev-A; Round SOQ MC; 1 HP screen variant: small warranty; 3-screw trolley; writing prints on the box
Music composed by Koichi Sugiyama; Conceived by Yuji horii; 1st game of the dragon warrior series (Dragon Quest media franchise in Japan)

The back of the box for the Dragon Warrior graduated copy for the NES.  Currently available for auction on the Comic Connect website.
The back of the box for the graduated copy of dragon warrior for the NES. Currently available for auction on the ComicConnect website.

Potential bidders for this game can place their bid on the ComicConnect website by clicking here. Remember that if you wish to bid, you have until Monday, June 21 at 6:08 p.m. Central time or 7:08 p.m. Eastern time to do so. Have you played any games in the Dragon Quest or dragon warrior franchise? What do you think of them? Who is your favorite monster in the franchise? Let us know your thoughts and feelings on this in the comments below!

Posted in: Sponsored ComicConnect, Dragon Quest, Games, Retro Games, Square Enix, Video Games | Tagged: auction, ComicConnect, Dragon Warrior, Koichi Sugiyama, NES, NIntendo Entertainment System, Yuji Horii

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