Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age was a decent albeit stock standard take on the classic JRPG series. It launched in the west in 2018 for PC and PS4, before a substantially expanded version released for Nintendo Switch the following year. 

This Switch version was the real deal: the original game’s much-criticized soundtrack got the full (and much demanded) orchestral treatment. It also added a brilliant 2D mode, allowing the game to be played in glorious 16-bit pixel art, as well as new side quests and a photo mode. 

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