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!
Tagged: Dragon Quest III
Whatcha Playing is back to round up the games the staff played in March and April. Dragon Quest III, Trails games, Trials of Mana, and Persona 5 Royal were among the many vying for staff gaming time as we stayed indoors during the lockdown.
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.
This week, Alex and Anna Marie can talk about their embargoed games, Peter finishes a game, and Chris worries about his cats. Kelley’s question of the week leads us down rabbit holes we probably shouldn’t have explored, but we’re doing it live and that’s how we roll.
The end of the original Dragon Quest trilogy brings a lot to the table. But does it stand the test of time over 25 years later?
Not much news, but there are many games out this week. We won’t play any of them though. Alice is on about Space Station 13, Kelley re-upped World of Warcraft, Anna Marie is playing Dragon Quest III, and Chris is still playing Final Fantasy IV.
Dragon Quest fans awaiting the chance to play the series on Nintendo Switch now have plenty of options. The most recent title is joined by the first three on Nintendo’s hybrid system.
Square Enix has announced the first three Dragon Quest games will be joining Dragon Quest XI on Nintendo Switch. All of the games will be released on the same day in less than two weeks.
Dragon Quest XI won’t be the only title in the series launching on Switch in Japan this month, with the first three games set to join it. Meanwhile, Square Enix also revealed a Japanese release date for smartphone title Dragon Quest Walk.
Welcome back to RPG Elements, the corner of RPGamer where we take a look at select merchandise related to the RPGs we love. Kicking off Volume 2 of the column, we take a look at three decades’ worth of Akira Toriyama’s contributions to the seminal Dragon Quest franchise.