As announced last week, Square Enix is shrinking Dragon Quest X down to Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Following up that news is the first introduction video, which shows a bit of how the MMO looks on Nintendo's portable. More after the jump.
Square Enix's Dragon Quest X MMO is finally making the leap to Nintendo 3DS in Japan and, much like the smartphone version, it will do so via cloud streaming. 3DS players will be able to play along with those adventuring on other platforms when DQX hits Nintendo's portable on September 4. Read on for more.
Square Enix is jumping around to various entries of the Dragon Quest series, gradually bringing them all to iOS and Android devices. Next up is the second Famicom game, Dragon Quest II, which originally hit shelves in Japan back in 1987 before coming to the west as Dragon Warrior II in 1990. Read on for more.
The next entry in the Dragon Quest series is typically a given, and it's been teased pretty recently. Things are more official now, though, with series creator Yuji Horii appearing on radio show Mangaku N Channel SP and revealing that Dragon Quest XI is in development. Hit the jump for more.
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King hit Japanese smartphones back in December, and now a western release is here with very little warning! It wasn't long after it debuted in the New Zealand App Store before it made its way elsewhere, and you can now purchase the iOS and Android version. Hit the jump for more.
Maybe you could file this under "duuuuh" or "DOY!" if you feel so inclined, but Dragon Quest fans should be happy to hear the next game is currently in the works. At Chiba's Niconico Super Conference 3 series creator Yuji Horii said Square Enix is in the process of "making the next" Dragon Quest. Read on for more.
Onepunch-Man and Eyeshield 21 artist Yuusuke Murata is particularly worth following Twitter, mostly because he'll post alerts to where you can watch live-streams of him at work. This year, he's been occasionally posting bonuses, with some sketches inspired by Final Fantasy IX and Dragon Quest. Get a look after the jump.
A Valentine's Day treat appears! Square Enix has a Dragon Quest delight lined up for the upcoming day of romance, which usually involves women giving gifts to men in Japan. See how the chocolates look after the jump.
From the looks of it, playing Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King on smartphones isn't too much different from doing so on PlayStation 2. Square Enix shared about three minutes of gameplay for the mobile port, so see more of how it compares to the original after the jump.
It's never a bad idea to be reminded of the glory that is Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King. While we've seen some of the upcoming smartphone version in a hands-on demo video, you can now see a proper trailer for the mobile release after the jump.