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.
Square Enix's Dragon Quest X MMORPG is about to receive an expansion in Japan, with the launch of The Slumbering Hero and Sworn Guiding Ally on December 5. See what's going down in the new land of Rendashia, and get a brief glimpse of some of version 2's key characters in the promo after the jump.
The Japanese release of Dragon Quest Monsters 2: Iru and Luca's Wonderful Mysterious Keys is set for February, and it will also be accompanied by a special 3DS XL bundle, priced at ¥24,390 ($248). Pics and more past the break.
For the most part, JRPGs tend to stay in their own separate worlds, but the producers of Final Fantasy, Tales, and Dragon Quest certainly don't mind the idea of a crossover! Hit the jump for word from DQ's Yosuke Saito, FF's Shinji Hashimoto, and Tales' Hideo Baba!
A few days ago we shared a video showcasing how Dragon Quest VIII looks running on a smartphone. Those who want to play in an even more appropriate setting will be able to enjoy the RPG on a Dragon Quest branded Metal Slime smartphone, due out in Japan in early December. More after the jump.
Square Enix has a bunch of RPG action coming to smartphones in Japan, with Dragon Quest I-VIII planned for release on iOS and Android. If you're curious how something like Dragon Quest VIII looks and plays on a phone, Famitsu is here with a sample after the jump.
Next up for Dragon Quest X is a partnership between Square Enix and Japanese mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo, who will be bringing the MMO to iPhone and iPad in Japan. More after the jump.
YATTAR JAPAN brings us pics and info on some tasty treats inspired by the iconic blue mascot of the Dragon Quest game series. Get a look after the jump!
Intellectual property laws in Japan aren't quite the same as they are elsewhere. In Japan, you can rent CDs and DVDs. You can also sell back used games. However, those IP laws don't allow for game rentals. Dragon Quest X is proving to be an exception. More after the jump.