Dragalia Lost

Dragalia Lost

By Nintendo Co., Ltd.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-09-26
  • Current Version: 1.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 2.38 GB
  • Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 32,278 Reviews)
  • Price:
Dragalia Lost App Ratings: 5
From 32,278 Reviews

Dragalia Lost App Description

■ An action RPG forged by humans and dragons Dragalia Lost is a swipe-controlled action RPG about the bonds shared between humans and dragons. Conquer your enemies using an array of powerful attacks and special skills and even by transforming into a dragon yourself! ■ A tale of heroes, legends, and allies, together Over 60 voiced characters are ready and waiting to aid your quest! ■ Music by DAOKO Dragalia Lost features music by the Japanese artist DAOKO. Her captivating musical score enhances the upbeat gaming experience! * This application is free to download and offers some optional in-app purchases. * Internet connectivity required to play. Data charges may apply. * We permit our third-party partners to collect data from this app for analytical and marketing purposes. For more information about our ads, please see the “How we use your information” section of the Nintendo Privacy Policy. * May include advertising for Nintendo. * You must be at least 13 years old to play this game.

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App Reviews

  • Bad customer service

    By MaxMouseGaming
    Let me start by saying I LOVE Dragalia Lost. It’s one of my favorite Nintendo branded titles to date. The art style is fantastic, the sound track is amazing and the gameplay is rock solid. I don’t even have a problem with the Gacha system because it’s so easy to get wyrmite for it. However around day 2 of my gameplay I got the co-op tutorial bug that people had been talking about and I can’t get past the Create Room step of the tutorial. It doesn’t seem to be skippable and the only thing that could probably fix it is something on the customer service end or just add a skip button.. However I have been waiting for help for over a week and about 2-3 events have already come and on their way out. It’s a shame that the company has more interest in rolling out events one after another for money rather than help all of their players who have had launch issues with a fundamental game mechanic that prevents them from being able to play the game. I guess I’ll just wait for them to “get around to it” while the events fly by, but I’ll change this review only after that service gets dealt with for people who are in dire need of help trying to play the game. Update: I’m still waiting for customer service to fix the above mentioned issue, which has been going on since September 28th. I’m unable to play the game still and many updates and events have already passed me by, essentially making this issue less of a minor inconvenience and more of an unfair disadvantage since I have been unable to play the game for nearly 3 weeks. At this rate I am more inclined to say this game is only worth picking up after they fix this issue, other wise I wish anyone luck who does pick it up that they don’t get the same stuck tutorial bug that I and many other people have gotten. However if you do get past that issue and can plan the game then I still do think the game itself is a really nice game... when it’s playable.
  • The best game i ever had in my phone

    By N_kyle
    I been playing this game in a while no words can describe how much i love it But i gotta say, this game would be better and cooler if the creators can make every player can communicate in a groups or a Charts world player so we can able see other players around the world. That’s it thanks
  • Hmm

    By Dnalien
    Really good game so far
  • Great game

    By Darksoul_TDS
    When I got this game recommended to me by my friend I thought it would be just like another Nintendo game that gets boring after you beat it or something like that, but no the game is great and I would recommend it to anyone, easy to play and everything. One thing that needs to be fixed is the lag/crashes I’ve crashed multiple times due to lag from how crazy the game is, as well as I’ve gotten disconnected from coop matches when I’m dealing with amazing internet, so if that could be fixed I would appreciate it.
  • Best F2P game

    I hate F2P games but my god is this one actually good! I love the story even though predictable. The writing is great, character development is awesome makes you care for them. The art design is high quality. Most of all it’s fun. The events and easy co-op is great and it with live people not bots! .
  • Brilliantly fun with more to hopefully come

    By Anshaljun
    To start this game is a blast to play and has a fun and addictive gameplay style. But it’s not perfect. Single player levels can feel like the same levels but with a different color palette and all the bosses and monsters are just re skins. But its still good and the raid boss from the new event is very fun. Hopefully future updates will bring new content. Maybe a PVP mode? So to conclude good game, worth your time and hopefully much more to come.
  • Nintendo, you’ve done it again.

    By JammyAirplane65
    I was addicted to MARIO RUN. And I’ve been looking for a good RPG title on the phone for when I’m away from the house. THANKS EVERYONE INVOLVED FOR YOUR HARD WORK!
  • Good game

    By dkmaster11w8
    It’s extremely fun to play however some problem with its multiplayer function is odd. Times it’s fine other times It constantly disconnect. Graphically it’s awesome and so is it story. Music and voicing is awesome. Multiplayer wise isn’t great. Lots of disconnecting.
  • Just another gacha

    By Jonnysahn
    Very good presentation but unfortunately it’s just another mobile gacha game. Grind grind grind grind grind, then grind some more. Nintendo has fallen into the cesspool that is mobile gaming monetization.
  • Omg-eez Awesome

    By Trigger-king
    So this game is pure awesomeness. It’s like Nintendo actually listens to the gamer community or something. Crazy concept I know. I played Summoners War for 2 years straight (I created my account a month after its release), but I quit after a 400 scroll summon in December. All I got was a Water Monkey King (Verad was my first Nat5 2 years ago and at the end I had over 70 6*s). Then I downloaded this little jewel and literally almost every single suggestion that the community was making about SW was implemented. No dupe nat5s (other than dragons and wyrmprints which are still valuable). Every 10 summons guarantees a nat4. After 10x10 summons you have a guaranteed chance to get a nat5. The co-op component of this game is so fun, and far exceeds my experiences with P2W PvP experiences with other gotchas. This game has been around for 2 weeks and I’m already sold. They haven’t even implanted world chat or PvP yet and I’m excited to see what innovations they will make. The first epic dungeon is amazing and I already have the unbound (Max level 100) 5* fire dragon from it. Tons of goodies and drops and goodness. It all feels very worth it. I got Lily, the current showcase nat5, for free. I also got Hawk as well as Leviathan and Zephyr from the $25 starter summon pack. If you’ve tried other games similar to SW, stop throwing your money down the drain and give Nintendo’s Dragalia Lost a serious show of support instead. Also the music in this game is amazing! Just sayin’.