We have some extended footage of the fifth set of free Dragon Quest Heroes DLC thanks to V-Jump. The 16-minute video brings Shoko Nakagawa—AKA Shokotan, who voices Alena from DQIV in Heroes—along for a battle against The Great Demon Lord Zoma from Dragon Quest III. Hit the jump to watch.
Another bit of free Dragon Quest Heroes DLC is coming to Japan this week. This time it's the God of Destruction and Slaughter Battle + Terry Sub-Story set, available to download in Japan this Thursday. See a sample of the content in the trailer after the jump.
Have you ever been siezed with the impulse to devour the slimes from the Dragon Quest game series? With a new glassware product from Square Enix, you might just have the chance to do so. Hit the jump to learn more.
Nintendo 3DS owners in Japan are getting their first taste of Theatrhythm Dragon Quest soon, with a demo officially scheduled to hit the eShop on March 11. The demo will feature two songs, one from Dragon Quest III and one from Dragon Quest V. Hit the jump for more, including a new trailer.
Last week Square Enix detailed some of the free DLC plans for Dragon Quest Heroes, starting with the Arena Battle and Alena/Kiryl Sub-Story on March 5. With the PSN release coming this week, we have a trailer previewing the add-on content and Alena's unlockable Dragon Quest IV costume after the jump.
Square Enix threw down some details for the first Dragon Quest Heroes DLC, which will arrive in Japan free of charge starting next week. Battles and sub-stories are on the way first, with various unlockable costumes offered as rewards for completion. Hit the jump for more.
Those with their fingers on the import trigger for Dragon Quest Heroes might want to take a step back. Square Enix announced plans to bring the PlayStation 4 version of the Musou-style action game to the west sometime this year. Read on for more.
Earlier this month we posted some of the differences between the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 versions of Dragon Quest Heroes, most of which are cosmetic. The Musou-style action runs at 60 frames per second on PS4, and features more monsters on screen in the big, hectic field battles. Compare the two in a pair of gameplay videos after the jump.