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Square Enix muses on a non-MMO localization of Dragon Quest X

Dragon Quest X launched all the way back in 2012 in Japan, but it still makes its way into the gaming news-sphere every so often. As the first main series MMO it's a rather big deal, especially when you consider that it was never localized....

 
 
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Dragon Quest XI on Switch is going to be special

The Switch port of Dragon Quest XI was hinted at months before the system first hit store shelves. We know it's coming, but since it was announced Square Enix has remained tight-lipped on the highly anticipated port. At Tokyo Game Show...

 
 
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Review: Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age

I've always been more of a Final Fantasy man, but my relationship with Dragon Quest is arguably more special. Dragon Quest, more specifically Dragon Warrior as it was known in the west, was my first ever JRPG. With what would be a fairly in...

 
 
 
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Dragon Quest IX's greatest innovation changed the way I game

There is a very solid chance I would not be the Dragon Quest fan I am today without Electronic Gaming Monthly. Before I really fell for the online scene, that magazine was my gateway to the gaming world. I subscribed for three years an...

 
 
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How Dragon Quest Swords got me into Dragon Quest

Dragon Quest has been one of my favorite RPG series for about a decade. Simple, idealistic fairy tales resonated with me in my childhood the same way colorful, idealistic shonen anime worlds did in my college years, so it’s little won...

 
 
 
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The Dragon Quest rhythm game we never got to play

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is one of my favorite Final Fantasy games. I frankly only really enjoy two or three games in the series, so the best part for me is the music. I can’t think of a single game in the series that doesn’t h...

 
 
 
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The 3DS might have the better version of Dragon Quest XI

After I spent about a week of frustrated time getting Dragon Quest X to run on my PC, I looked at my collection of Dragon Quest games and was a bit dismayed. I own at least one version of every Dragon Quest game in the main series and a cou...

 
 
 
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It's Dragon Days at Destructoid

If 2017 was the year of the Switch, 2018 no doubt belongs to PlayStation 4. Since January, the system has had one knock-out title after the next. While many are multi-platform releases, the exclusives it’s seen are some of the best ga...

 
 
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You can swap to a classic costume in Dragon Quest XI

I'll almost always go for an alternate costume if given the choice. Even when a character's default look is inherently cool, I still feel compelled to change. Whether you have a similar habit or you just plain adore Dragon Quest VIII, you'l...

 
 
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Dragon Quest XI seems well worth the wait

E3 is a rather lousy place to play Dragon Quest XI for the first time. Sessions are limited to just 15 minutes, and with two small maps to explore with a bevy of points of interest, a single session isn't even a proper amount of t...

 
 
 
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Dragon Quest XI is going to be one hell of an adventure

There is something about the Dragon Quest theme song that, no matter what mood I am in, will brighten me up and make the next hour or so of my life truly wonderful. That's the mood I'm in now having seen the new trailer Square Enix re...

 
 
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For as simple as it is, Dragon Quest VR looks dope

Sign me the heck up for a full-on Dragon Quest game in virtual reality. This month in Japan, VR Zone Shinjuku will offer Dragon Quest VR, an experience that assembles two warriors, a mage, and a priest to fight slimes, drackies, and other a...

 
 
 
 
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Dragon Quest VR experience coming to VR Zone in Japan

Bandai Namco are teaming with Square Enix for a fun Virtual Reality experience based upon the legendary Dragon Quest RPG series.The Dragon Quest VR event will allow players to choose a class from Warrior, Mage or Priest, then, armed with ch...

 
 
 
 
 
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Dragon Quest's legends littered with lighthearted levity

Role-playing games are usually lauded for dramatic storytelling first and foremost. Sure, there’s a lot of comic relief in our favorite RPGs, but “serious story” tends to be what defines them most. It’s what most of ...

 
 




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