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.
Square Enix released a third full trailer for Dragon Quest Heroes, which introduces the RPG franchise to Musou-style action later this month. In addition to a bunch of characters and gameplay, the trailer announces some free post-release DLC featuring various villains from the series. Hit the jump for more.
With Dragon Quest Heroes coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, it should come as no surprise that there are some differences between the two versions. The good news: Both will include the same content, so it's just a few extra features and cosmetic improvements keeping Sony's current-gen console ahead of its older, slower brother. More after the jump.
Square Enix's English version of Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride is now officially out on iOS and Android devices. This version delivers a port of the Nintendo DS remake with some added features, and will run you $14.99. Hit the jump for more.
Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii recently posted a special New Year's message on the Dragon Quest X website, and it sounds like fans of the series have plenty to look forward as we approach its 2016 30th anniversary. More after the jump.