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.
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.
During a livestream event this past weekend Square Enix dropped some info on the next step for Dragon Quest X. The Nintendo Wii/Wii U MMO is getting ready to make the leap to Japanese PCs, with a launch slated for September 26. More after the jump.
Square Enix has good timing with the latest Dragon Quest X trailer, especially since we just got a look at the fancy Metal Slime keyboard. The new clip offers another look at the Wii U version of the MMO, which seems to be shaping up nicely. More after the jump.
If you're going to play Dragon Quest X seriously, you might as well go all out. Square Enix and Hori have teamed up to help players of the MMO do just that with the Dragon Quest X Metal Slime keyboard, which will be compatible with Wii, Wii U, and PC when it arrives in Japan on March 30. Pics and more past the break!
It may not have scorched the streets in the same manner as previous entries, but Dragon Quest X on Wii was still among the 10 best-selling games in Japan last year. The Wii U version is looking to add to that success in 2013, and Square Enix will officially release it in Japan on March 30. More after the jump.
If you were holding out for the Wii U version of Dragon Quest X because those Wii visuals just weren't cutting it for you, have a gander at Square Enix's new Wii U trailer for the online RPG after the jump.
Subscription numbers continue to rise steadily for Square Enix's Nintendo Wii version of Dragon Quest X, which has sold 568,000 copies as of October. Now, as reported during Square's financial results briefing, it looks like more than 400,000 of those players are paying the monthly fee to play online. Read on for more