Dragon Quest Is All Set To Celebrate Its 35Th Anniversary Though A Stream Set For May 26
To mark the series the 35th anniversary of DRAGON QUEST, Square Enix is bringing you a special show that will show what’s going on in the world of DRAGON QUEST on May 27th, Dragon Quest Day! The show will also include a live translation into Japanese to keep international fans up to date with the latest news and information on the upcoming games, as well as some announcements yet to be processed.
First of all, Dragon Quest 11 S will include an optional 2D 16-bit presentation similar to the DragonQuest games of the 1990s. If this presentation is to be published in English, it must mean that Square has big plans for DRAGON Quest in the West. Dragonquest III received a Super Famicom remake in Japan as well as a remake for the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation 2 in Europe.
Echoes of the Elusive Age is the eleventh installment in the Dragon Quest series, and while it lacks the verve of recent episodes of the genre, it is still one of those old JRPGs and has a certain charm. Sentinels of a Starry Sky is a new entry in Square Enix’s long line of adventure games. When you open a skeleton, you cannot open another passage in DragonQuest.
This allows you to upgrade your pets up to 99% and unlock new items and abilities for your characters.
One birthday that may have gone under the radar due to the sheer amount of milestones is Dragon Quest, but Square Enix has announced that a Dragon Quest stream will take place on May 26 to celebrate the series’ 35th anniversary. Character design is based on past DRAGON QUEST games, as well as new characters and items for each of the games.
Square Enix’s role-playing game series turns 35 this year, and the studio seems to have plans to celebrate it on a grand scale.
DQ is a JRPG-based game that is hugely popular in Japan, but the series has gained cult status in the US, although the highly acclaimed Dragon Quest 11 and its sequels have been big hits for Square Enix. This has changed in recent years, with the release of the first two DragonQuest games and the upcoming Dragon’s Quest 10 and 11 in recent months.
There were ports, but it’s been a while since we had a DQ game in the US for the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation 4. We don’t know yet what Square Enix is planning, but we’ll see what they offer us at the 35th Anniversary Stream on May 26.
Dragon Quest 11 was released on the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation 4 in the US on May 26, 2016, and on the PlayStation 3 and Nintendo 4 on July 1, 2017.
The game, developed by Square Enix, is currently released on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita in the US and the Kingdom Hearts HD 3DS region in Japan. Kingdom Hearts creator Tetsuya Nomura has said he wants to tell a new story in this universe, drastically change his world, and bind all loose ends left by the role-playing game. He has confirmed that the Kingdom Hearts team is currently working on the sequel to the original game and its sequel “Kingdom Hearts: The Last Fantasy VII: Heart of Thorns.