Remember that amazing Dragon Quest flavored PS4, with the slime on the side that looks like it's melting onto the USB ports? It finally has a release date in Japan -- December 11, 2014.
The slime is actually a USB port guard,... read
Dragon Quest II is now available on your phone, (not you, Windows Phone users) something that would have surely been unthinkable when the classic role-playing game first debuted over two decades ago. I'm over here imagining playing it using a rotary dial now. Thanks, Obama.
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In a fan Q&A during today's Dragon Quest X TV Niconico stream, Dragon Quest X producer Yosuke Saito was asked if Square Enix would bring the game to PlayStation 4. According to Hachima Kikou, Saito said that he... read
We got an up-close look at the recently announced Dragon Quest Heroes PS4 at Tokyo Game Show today. The Square Enix / Koei Tecmo tag team is exciting enough that Sony is bringing out this silver, slimed PS4 in Japan.
The meta... read
Square Enix has released some new images of its newly announced collaboration with Koei Tecmo, Dragon Quest Heroes, and they look just stunning. The action role-playing game is slated to debut in Japan next spring for PlaySta... read
The original Dragon Quest is now available on iOS and Android devices for $2.99 / £1.99 / €2.69.
The classic NES role-playing game was first released in Japan by Enix in 1986, and was localized for North Ameri... read
Dragon Quest X hit the 3DS in Japan, and it did so well that Square Enix is temporarily halting the shipments of the game. Wait, what?
Due to a huge number of players flooding into the game at the same time, as well as the st... read
Square Enix producers Yuu Miyake and Noriyoshi Fujimoto told Siliconera they would "love to" publish Dragon Quest X overseas. That doesn't mean it's terribly likely, though.
“In terms of this being an MMO, again, we hav... read
Square Enix announced Dragon Quest Heroes for PS3 and PS4 at Sony's pre-TGS press conference. It looks more Hyrule Warriors than series staple role playing combat -- because it's being developed by Dynasty Warriors... read
No, this is not someone trying to make a quick buck with some off brand Nontendo 3DS. This is Square Enix putting Dragon Quest IV up on the (fertile testing ground that is New Zealand) Apple Store and misspelling it... read
A new Dragon Quest Monsters is in the works, Square Enix revealed this weekend at a festival in Tokyo dedicated to the popular series.
The original Dragon Quest Monsters hit the Game Boy Color around the turn of the century, ... read
Square Enix revealed its gamescom lineup this week, including a localized version of Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen on iOS.
The classic RPG first launched for NES in 1990, and has since come to PS1, Nintendo DS, iOS,... read
Dragon Quest X will receive a retail release, but with a catch: there will be no cartridge inside. Instead, in the retail packaging, you will receive a code to download the game from the Nintendo eShop, a 60-day online play v... read
Dragon Quest X is coming to the 3DS in Japan, which will hopefully boost its sales a bit. It'll use "ultra steaming tech" to bring high quality visuals to the portable, alongside of extra buttons and a keyboard by way of the... read
[Update: Dragon Quest X uses cloud functionality for 3DS similar to that of the smartphone versions. This means the game runs via Square's servers, rather than natively on the handheld.]
Let's face it, Dragon Quest X is ... read
Yuji Horii is always at the forefront of some awesome Dragon Quest news, and this time he's back with an update we can all sink our teeth into: Dragon Quest XI is in development, and will be making its way to consoles in the ... read
You may not know this about me, but Slimes are one of my favorite things in the wide world of gaming. I've got this adorable little pair of earbuds, a plush Slime, a keychain, and even the PlayStation controller, but I need m... read
Still haven't played and enjoyed Dragon Quest VIII? Is your PlayStation 2 gathering dust? One more question: Do you have an iPhone or iPad? You do? Awesome. You'll want to pick up the localized mobile version of the fantastic... read
Dragon Quest X is still going strong it seems, as Square Enix has announced a new package for it, set to drop in August. It's known as Dragon Quest X: All In One Package, and it'll combine the Sworn Guiding Ally and The ... read
If you've been clamoring for more Dragon Quest, only to be teased with mobile games and adventures out of your reach, sit back and relax -- it's all smooth sailing from here on out. At least, I hope. Dragon Quest creator Yuji... read
Square Enix is presently developing the next Dragon Quest game, series creator Yuji Horii let slip at this weekend's Niconico Chokaigi event in Chiba, Japan.
Interestingly enough though, Horii might have been speaking out of ... read
Square Enix's Dragon Quest X has sold 1 million copies since release, says producer Yosuke Saito. That's good news, but I wonder if they expected this console MMO to do better than this, sooner than this.
The Wii a... read
The sharp eyes of Siliconera found Japanese trademarks for The Seeds of Salvation and Luminaries of the Legendary Line last year. And now they've found a trademark for The Seeds of Salvation filed in the United... read
Dragon Quest VIII is hitting the mobile market in Japan on December 12, coming to iPad, iPhone, and Android. It looks so weird in vertical format. Square seems to be on a quest to drag all of its existing games onto mobile phones.
Meanwhile, I patiently await news on a Final Fantasy XII HD for the PS4/Vita. read
If you're like me and you're not playing Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Dragon Quest X, or Final Fantasy XI, but you're a series fan, skip right ahead to the gallery for some novel fan service. Look at the tiny golem! Loo... read
It's been quite some time since a new Dragon Quest game has graced these shores, but if recent trademark sightings indicate anything, our fortunes might just be turning for the better in the near future.
Uncovered over ... read
If you don't want to watch the whole thing because you're still disappointed Dragon Quest X has yet to leave Japan, at least catch the delightful final 15 seconds or so.
Dragon Quest X released on the Wii to great success. I... read
What happens when Dragon Quest, Final Fantasy, and Tales producers Yosuke Saito, Shinji Hashimoto, and Hideo Baba share space in Japanese monthly V Jump? JRPG nerds fangasm off into the sunset.
A snippet of possible collabora... read
Last we heard, Dragon Quest I-VIII were heading to the iOS and Android platforms in Japan as ports. Compliments of Famitsu, we can now get a closer look at how it operates, including a taste of the radial movement wheel for ... read
In addition to a new iOS and Android Dragon Quest game, it seems as if Square Enix has something more exciting up their sleeve -- ports of Dragon Quest I through VIII! Although they haven't been confirmed outside of Japan, th... read