Dokapon Kingdom is a video game in the Dokapon franchise, created by Sting after Asmik Ace Entertainment gave the license to them. It was released on the Japanese PS2 in 2007. It was later published by Atlus in North America on October 14, 2008. It is a remake of the 1994 Super Famicom title, Dokapon 3-2-1. The PlayStation 2 version was later re-released in Japan on November 20, 2008, with a "Sting The Best" stamp on it. It was later ported to the Wii by Sting Entertainment on July 31, 2008, as Dokapon Kingdom for Wii. The Wii version was later published in North America by Atlus on October 14, 2008, and in Europe by BigBen Interactive on March 26, 2010 as Dokapon Kingdom.
Dokapon Kingdom is a type of RPG. You move on the overworld by spinning a wheel from 0 to 6.
Battles are turnbased. You either go first or last, which decides the order in which the characters will attack. You get 4 options for both attacking and defending. Attacking has your standard attack move, a magic move (If you have any), strike, or a buff. Whereas defend has your standard defend, a counter, a magical defense (if you have any), and a give up option.
The game plays in chapters, the king gives you an objective you have to go complete, but you also have to free towns from monsters and defeat the bosses of those towns, otherwise the castle you earn after you complete the objective is worth little to nothing.
- The English version is dubbed to fit the dialogue more, and to make it easier for player to hear.
- The logo, signs, and town names have been changed.
- The American PS2 version has an auto-save function whereas to the Japanese version does not. However, both Wii versions have an auto-save function.
- Oddly, in the European version, in the rankings screen in the options menu, the last place player has a place number instead of the word "Last."
For the main gallery, see Dokapon Kingdom/Gallery