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How in the World Did Someone Build That in Dragon Quest Builders 2?!

I’ve been playing Dragon Quest Builders 2 a lot, as I talked about yesterday. And while I’m enjoying the game a bunch, I do have one major question: how in the world do people create some of the stuff I’ve seen in this game?! I have no answers but I do want to talk about some of the things I’ve seen in Builders 2’s online sharing!


Dragon Quest Builders 2 has an online sharing component. The first game let you share indiviual buildings you created and let them randomly appear in people’s creation mode. In the second game, there is a bulletin board where you can look at pictures people have taken and shared online. Not only that but people can share their entire island online if they want to!

Yes, via the bulletin board, you can go visit island’s that people have created. And when I say created, I mean they actually transformed the entire opening area to their liking.

The most impressive place I’ve visited, so far, was an island that looked like Paris. It had the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. It was jaw dropping. Also it was so big that I actually got lost in it.

I also went to see an island that had a very impressive riverside market. And I saw an amazing oasis with lots of vegetation and fish. There was also a stunning village with houses and a railroad. Oh and did I mention the place that had an airship, a lighthouse, and what looked like a huge pirate ship?! So amazing.


I have no idea how people create these places. Dragon Quest Builders 2 does let you play online with friends and create things together. So perhaps they had help creating these areas, but even with help, I can’t even comprehend the amount of talent that went into these creations.

Dragon Quest Builders 2, even more than Minecraft, lets you create things that are just downright stunning. The bulletin board is a must check part of this game. You won’t want to miss the things that people are creating!

I’ll be back later in the week talk more in-depth about the game’s story mode!


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blank Daniel Fugate has wanted to be a writer since he was seven years old. He has a bachelor's degree in English and he's a huge Animal Crossing fan. The Wii U and 3DS are currently his favorite video game systems!

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