Square-Enix is releasing an updated version of their Dragon Quest X “All In One Package” in Japan on May 14th, 2020. This updated offering includes Versions 1 to 5 of Dragon Quest X, and is priced at 4,800 yen in Japan. Check out a full content breakdown for the package below.
Dragon Quest X: Mezameshi Itsutsu no Shuzoku Online (Version 1) Rise of the Five Tribes Online)
Dragon Quest X: Nemureru Yuusha to Michibiki no Meiyuu Online (Version 2) (The Sleeping Hero and the Guiding Sworn Friend Online)
Dragon Quest X: Inishie no Ryuu no Denshou Online (Version 3) (Legend of the Ancient Dragon Online)
Dragon Quest X: 5,000-Nen no Tabiji Harukanaru Kyuuri he Online (Version 4) (5,000 Year Journey to a Faraway Hometown Online)
Dragon Quest X: Ibara no Miko to Horobi no Kami Online (Version 5) (The Maiden of Thorns and the God of Destruction Online)
Good Smile has announced that their Nendoroid for Dragon Quest XI's Luminary is going to see release in Sept. 2020. Preorders are open run now, and they run until April 8th, 2020. The Nendoroid is priced at $63.
The Luminary will come with three different swords to hold/carry, with two Cobblestone Sword variants, one sheathed and one ready for action. He will also come with the Sword of Light and Erdwin’s Shield, which can be attached to either unsheathed sword. Finally, the package includes a slime, multiple hand parts, and both neutral and happy face plates. Grab your preorder here.
While Dragon Quest: Your Story is available to stream on Netflix here in the states, fans in Japan have the chance to buy a special Blu-ray version of the movie. If you want a closer look at what that Blu-ray/DVD limited edition has to offer, you can check out an official unboxing video above.
The 10th card pack for Dragon Quest Rivals is now available, and it includes a lot of new content to sift through. The video above gives a breakdown of what players can expect to find.
Lawson convenience stores in Japan have seen numerous Dragon Quest tie-ins over the years, and yet another has been announced. Available now and sticking around until March 8th, 2020, select Lawson locations will have Dragon Quest-themed ATMs like the ones above. These are real ATMs that use Dragon Quest visuals and sound effects while you interact with them. If only these ATMs dispensed gold!
Square-Enix is continuing their line of Bring Arts figurines with a set of three from Dragon Quest V. Fans can look forward to Hero, Bianca, and Flora/Nera options, which will all be priced at ¥6,800 yen a piece. There will be standard and limited edition versions, with the limited editions coming with battle expression faceplates. Both standard and limited edition includes poseable limbs, and a few additional sets of changeable hands.
All three of these Bring Arts figurines are due out in 2020. The Hero will release in May, Bianca will release in July, and Flora/Nera will release in August. Check out more pics of each here.
SQUARE ENIX® announced today that the CG-animated feature-length movie DRAGON QUEST YOUR STORY is now streaming on Netflix. Initially released in Japan in 2019 by Toho, the movie based on the wildly popular DRAGON QUEST™ video game series follows a young boy’s journey to save his mother from unimaginable evil.
The trailer for the movie is available on Netflix.
Adapted from the storyline of DRAGON QUEST V™: Hand of the Heavenly Bride®, DRAGON QUEST YOUR STORY tells the tale of Luca as he follows in his father's footsteps to rescue his beloved mother from the evil grips of Ladja, a high-ranking member of an organization known as The Order of Zugzwang. Failure is not an option as Luca uses the power of magic while battling monsters in his search for the Zenithian sword and the Legendary Hero, his only hope for success. Supervised by the original DRAGON QUEST creator Yuji Horii, the movie runs one hour and 42 minutes.
Viewers seeking more DRAGON QUEST can delve into the critically acclaimed DRAGON QUEST® XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age™ and the block-building adventure DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS™ 2, now available for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, STEAM® and Nintendo Switch™.
Dragon Quest Builders producer Takuma Shiraishi claims to be working on something new. He basically states to ''Please wait a little longer until the announcement''. At this point, it is unsure if this new project will come to Nintendo Switch or any other platform for that matter.