Dragon Quest Monsters 2 Has A Post-Game Story With Powerful Bosses

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We recently reported that players who beat Dragon Quest Monsters 2’s upcoming 3DS remake will see a .hack-like dungeon system in the game, and it looks like there will be even more end-game content beyond that.


After beating the game, days go by as the protagonists live in peace with the citizens of Malta, but it isn’t long until new enemies emerge from giant shadows, which marks the beginning of a whole new threat that the land has yet to see.

In order to save Malta, once again, you’ll be required to find the “Ultimate Key” somewhere in the world; however, nobody knows where it is, so it’ll be up to you to find it.


Once you find the key, it’ll unlock the “New World” and the “Legendary Demonlords” of Dragon Quest Monsters 2. These monsters might be familiar to those of you who’ve played the original game, but they’ll be returning as super G-sized and far more powerful than ever.


Shin Dracolord is said to have lost himself in rage, and his physical abilities have increased tenfold, along with a new set of wings on his back… as if he wasn’t already tough to deal with!


Geno Malroth is deadlier than ever with even more magic power. The tip of his tail seems to have some sort of dragon head on it now, so we can expect all kinds of attacks from this powered-up boss.


Zoma has been around since Dragon Quest III, and this time he’ll be coming back with an extra boost of darkness in his Asura Zoma form, which is supposedly his “serious” form. He’ll be using his wicked weapon on his back to give your party of monsters a hard time.


Dragon Quest Monsters 2: Iru and Luca’s Marvelous Mysterious Key is currently available in Japan for Nintendo 3DS.

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