Dragon Quest Builders 2 is heading to Xbox One and Xbox Game Pass. The game combines Minecraft-like building with the distinct Dragon Quest style and takes place after the conclusion of Dragon Quest II.
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What happens when Japan’s most popular RPG decides to mimic the world’s most popular sandbox game? Find out along with guests Robert Albright and Anna Marie Privitere as we mine some slimes and craft a castle or two!
We’re rounding up two weeks of news with Robert, Kelley, Jonathan, Chris, and Anna Marie. Everything is delayed, so in response everything else is…also delayed…? Can we just cancel the rest of 2020 and skip right to next year, please?
Our new Where to Start series is seeing a second entry with one of the forefathers of the genre. Whether you’re a newcomer, returning fan, or veteran, there are Dragon Quest titles for you!
The first week of #JRPGJuly is in the books. Let’s see how things are starting out for the RPGamer staff with their chosen games.
Happy #JRPGJuly everyone! The RPGamer crew is back for another round of Chic Pixel’s annual celebration, and we are here to share what staff are going to be playing this month!
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is available on Steam. PC RPGamers can now help rebuild the world of Dragon Quest II.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is coming to PC via Steam next week. Those wanting to start their building adventure early can jump into the newly-released demo version.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is heading Steam. The PC version of the game, which sees players rebuilding the world of Dragon Quest II, will be available in less than a month’s time.
The RPGamer staff takes a trip down memory lane with the Dragon Quest series in hand. These personal pieces showcase what this thirty-three-year-old series means to us, and how excited we are that it keeps releasing, nearly each and every year.
We’re back from PAX and have forty impressions to share with you. We got a cat, Peter’s getting a baby, Kelley’s getting a vacation, Alice got a ring, and Alex got Musou-ed.
While Fire Emblem: Three Houses seems to finally be put aside by most folks, a few are still learning the dangerous pitfalls of gift giving. As usual, cats and Robin Williams are discussed. Then someone pre-orders Pantsu Hunter and someone else tries to shove CDs into an iPhone to get monsters.
Remember your lost days of innocence? Neither do we. Peter, Kelley, Josh, Matt, Chris, and Anna Marie all prove they shouldn’t be trusted with a podcast this week. Then we investigate whether…oh no, look out! Fraulein!
Welcome to the end of everyone’s favourite monthly gameathon, #JRPGJuly. Let’s see how folks finished out the month and if they were successful in completing their game of choice.
Fire Emblem Three Houses released this week and we’re (almost) all playing it – but there’s a bit of controversy afoot. Pascal talks about poor choices he’s made in other games. And the news section is all twisty, tumbly, and turvy. Now back to our respective waifus, husbandos, and depressing games…sos.
July is passing quickly, so it’s already time for week 3 of #JRPGJuly. This week, the staff is building things in a Dragon Quest themed world, exploring Arland all over again, and fusing demons in SMT4: Apocalypse among many other games.
Chris got kicked off his own show this week to make room for a panel full to bursting with #JRPGJuly updates! Some are playing new games, some are playing old games, but let’s face it – everyone will be playing Fire Emblem next week.
We’re back from our mini-vacation and #JRPGJuly is in full swing. Now playing includes praise for Persona Q2, FF14, and Atelier Lulua. We’re also impressed with how everyone agrees in the feedback section. Now I must go find Chris and comfort him as he laments Marle.
RPGamers can now start building up resistance to the Children of Hargon. Dragon Quest Builders 2 is out now in North America and Europe.
Dragon Quest Builders gleaned a lot from Minecraft, but the sequel Dragon Quest Builders 2 takes the offshoot series to a whole new level. Do the new additions and improvements make this a worthy successor?