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Enjoy the art of F2P Dragon Quest: Monster Parade

Aug 19 // Steven Hansen
   @dtoidsteven

Game will probably be a Dragon Mess, but the art is the Dragon Best

Dragon Quest: Monster Parade is Square Enix's latest free-to-play PC venture, this time with its venerable Dragon Quest franchise. According to Siliconera, it's a "real time adventure parade," and will feature items you can buy with your real money.

The game doesn't launch until the end of the month, but you can register here if you want to put your Japanese up to a Dragon Test. 

What you should do is go watch the trailer and then never think of this game again. The vibrant art and familiar design is the perfect thing to brighten up your day, but linger too long and you'll be acutely aware of Square's depressing forays into mobile and free-to-play whatever with all of its franchises and you'll make yourself sad again and... oh no! Quick, look at the cute little slime!

Actually, I can do you one better. Paprika's parade.

Dragon Quest Marching On To PC With Dragon Quest: Monster Parade [Siliconera]


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