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Square Enix has announced that the popular block-building role-playing game, Dragon Quest Builders, is now available on iOS and Android devices. To celebrate the launch of the title, a “Release Celebration Sale” will take place for the first 2 weeks which will slash the price for early buyers. The game includes the previous DLC sets released, including the Boss Monster Model Set, Astronomy Set, a Pixel Ring, and a Magic Carpet. All of these can be used alongside the Terra Incognita / Free build mode, where players can explore multiple terrains in the fun-filled, action-packed game as well as take advantage of upgraded controls for mobile for a smoother crafting experience. Watch – Dragon Quest Builders Mobile Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3joflgtoWY In Dragon Quest Builders, players use their creativity to gather materials and craft unique items to rebuild the ruined realm of Alefgard. Set in an immersive story and world, the title…

In celebration of the 36th Anniversary of Dragon Quest, Square Enix has announced an all-new spinoff in the series entitled Dragon Quest Treasures. Platforms and a release date have yet to be announced. The upcoming title has been confirmed for an Asian release and a teaser trailer was revealed today, featuring two young protagonists in Erik and Mia. Square Enix promised more information about the title will be coming in June so this is definitely something fans of the series will want to look out for! Watch – Dragon Quest Treasures Teaser Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUpYGpt5NVo Are you looking forward to this new title in the Dragon Quest series?

After recently confirming the release of an offline version of the Dragon Quest X MMO for the PS4, PS5, Switch, and PC on February 26, 2022, we finally get to see the first look at gameplay during a Play! Play! Play! showcase from PlayStation. You can view the full showcase below, but gameplay starts at around the 10-minute mark, which shows snippets of how battles will go and even field exploration. https://youtu.be/-2qFrrolC-Q At the moment, the game is confirmed for a Japan-only release, so we’ll have to wait and see if this game comes to the west at a later date. Given the ever-growing popularity of Dragon Quest, we’re hoping an English localization is scheduled somewhere down the line. Would you like to see an English version of Dragon Quest X Offline?

Announced during the Dragon Quest 35th Anniversary livestream, which also saw the reveal of Dragon Quest XII, Square Enix have announced that Dragon Quest III will be receiving an HD-2D Remake similar to Octopath Traveler, and it looks absolutely superb. A short trailer was introduced, showing off a good chunk of what we can expect from the game in terms of battles and exploration, which really keeps the soul of the original intact. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFkbeCsEDrk Remake producer Masaaki Hayasaka mentioned that the game is planned for a simultaneous worldwide release, but no specific release date has been given. As for which platforms it will release on, no details about that have been given as well. You can watch the whole livestream through the link below: https://youtu.be/gfmOWgfYVjY

Update: A few more details have surfaced about Dragon Quest XII, as the game will run using Unreal Engine 5. Yuji Horii also says that it will take time to complete the game, but the story is already finished. https://twitter.com/Nibellion/status/1397833143059632135 Original: During the highly anticipated Dragon Quest 35th anniversary livestream, fans were treated to a show full of surprises and good news. Apart from the DQIII HD-2D Remake, one of the biggest announcements was the official reveal of Dragon Quest XII The Flames of Fate. Check out the teaser trailer below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUAmVLMjGQw There’s very little in terms of details about the game, except for the logo reveal, and no release date has been given yet, but the team is aiming for a simultaneous worldwide release. Square Enix have made no mention on what platforms it will release on for now. One detail that series creator Yuji Horii mentioned was that…

Square Enix have announced that a stream will be held on 12PM JST (11AM Philippines) to celebrate the 35th year anniversary of Dragon Quest, which will give the fans a look at what they can expect from the franchise. The stream will be split into 2 parts, with the first part revolving around the latest updates for the Dragon Quest Live Service games like DQ X Online, including updates on the upcoming official 35th anniversary merchandise. The second part of the stream, which looks to be the one fans will not want to miss out on, will be hosted by none other than Dragon Quest Series Creator Yuji Horii himself, and will contain announcements on the latest lineup of new games in the series. You may view the stream from the link below: https://youtu.be/gfmOWgfYVjY Dragon Quest XI S was arguably one of the greatest RPG’s in recent memory, and it…

Previously released back in 2018 for the PS4, Switch, and PC, Dragon Quest Builders 2 is now headed to Xbox One, Xbox Series, Windows 10 PC, and Xbox Game Pass on May 4. Announced through a press release and from Xbox Wire, the digital edition of the game and all three DLC packs will be available as a single bundle and can be preordered from the Microsoft Store. If you’re subscribed to Game Pass, you’ll be able to enjoy the game on its release. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDiG212aPcU In Dragon Quest Builders 2, you play the part of the plucky protagonist, breaking blocks and stacking them back up on your journey to becoming a master builder. On your quest to save the world from destruction, you’ll embark on a grand adventure in a sandbox world that can be molded to your every whim. Uncover new ways to enjoy the game and add to…

Fans of the Dragon Quest franchise who can’t get enough of it can look forward to a new mobile game based on the hit anime spin-off Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai, which tells the story of Dai, a young adventurer that sets off on a journey to rid the world of the resurrected Dark Lord Hadlar. Entitled Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai: A Hero’s Bonds, the game is set to release sometime this year for iOS and Android devices, but fans can already pre-register for it via Google Play. In addition, a closed beta test will be available soon in select territories – Singapore, Japan, Canada, England, France, Australia, New Zealand (no Philippines, sadly), which you can sign up for here. https://youtu.be/KlcMuPin_eM Square Enix have partnered with DeNA Co. for this mobile game, which is a Team Action RPG that will feature dynamic battle sequences and deep character progression…

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is a breathtaking and nostalgic RPG. It was good enough that an upgrade was released years after, and filled with enough new features that even players of the vanilla game are encouraged to return to the world Erdrea and rejoin the Luminary and his companions on their grand adventure. The journey of the Luminary to defeat the Dark One and save the world is going to be long and fraught with dangers. And any experienced adventurers would tell you to always plan and prepare before anything else. Newcomers to the Dragon Quest series may be in for some unfamiliar mechanics. So here are some things that you should know to get you started on your quest in Dragon Quest XI S – Definitive Edition. Resurrect your Party Members Obvious at first glance, yes, but unlike some games of its genre where party…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73FRi8W1oCM The Dragon Quest series is one that needs no introduction, especially to Japanese gamers. It’s immediately recognizable for its character designs by the legendary mangaka Akira Toriyama of Dragon Ball fame, very heavy fantasy elements like dragons (duh) and castles, the Slime monster which became the series’ mascot, and the legendary handed-down technique known as Puff-Puff (plus points if you know what it is). It’s an iconic RPG that has spawned numerous installments, which brings us to the latest in the series – Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition. So yes, if you’ve been wondering, this is actually a re-release of a Dragon Quest game which came out back in 2017. Its been quite normal to make a few tweaks and slap “insert-awesome-sounding-adjective-here” Edition on any old game and re-release it, so the thousand peso question has got to be whether or not…

One of the best RPG’s in recent memory is back and better than ever as Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition is now available across local retailers! https://youtu.be/EBQZ1vORaeM This definitive version of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is packed with a host of new features and enhancements making it a truly unmissable experience for RPG fans everywhere. Key upgrades include: New character side stories – Get to know your fascinating cast of companions more than ever with individual side stories and adventuresRetro 2D mode – In addition to stunning 3D, you can also choose to play in 2D with retro inspired graphics of classic 16-bit RPGs16-bit World of Tickington – Journey to past DRAGON QUEST worlds full of additional side-quests reimagined in the retro styleJapanese audio – Choice to play the entire game with all-new Japanese voice-over or the original EnglishFully Orchestrated…

Square Enix announced that the critically-acclaimed, block-building RPG, Dragon Quest Builders 2, will be releasing for PC via Steam on December 11 for PHP3,199. The Steam version is available in English, Korean, Traditional Chinese upon launch and the Simplified Chinese version is still under development and will be available in early 2020. The Steam version will include all the content previously released on PlayStation 4 version and if you pre-order the game early, you’ll be receiving various in game items that will allow you to further customize your structures such as: Ornamental Medicinal Herb Recipe Dragon Quest Logo Recipe Ornamental Chimaera Wing Recipe Five Sigil Block Recipes for building decorative blocks Legendary Line Art Recipe Lo-Res Luminary Recipes Check out our review of the game here! https://gadgetpilipinas.net/2019/07/dragon-quest-builders-2-review-why-do-you-build-me-up/

Blizzard Entertainment has announced that Dragonflight, the ninth expansion for World of Warcraft, will be released worldwide on November 28, 2022. The expansion will launch with eight dungeons, four of which can be taken on with friends as players build toward the new level cap of 70, while the remaining four can be tackled in the end-game. The first raid of the expansion, Vault of the Incarnates, will be unlocked—at all difficulty levels—on December 13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UANuDDQTNKY The expansion is available for digital pre-purchase as a Base edition ($49.99 SRP), Heroic edition ($69.99 SRP), and Epic edition ($89.99). Each edition will include: Base Edition: Includes Drakks, as a pre-purchase bonus pet to accompany you on your quests.Heroic Edition: Includes Drakks, as a pre-purchase bonus pet, the new Murkastrasza pet, a Dragonflight-level character boost (level 60), and a new Tangled Dreamweaver flying mount to soar on.Epic Edition: Includes all Base and Heroic items, the Timewalker’s Hearthstone…

World of Warcraft’s next expansion, Dragonflight, is now available for pre-purchase at the official website and will be launching later this year. Players will embark to the awakening Dragon Isles, the origin place of dragonkind, where the fabled dragon aspects have returned to claim their rightful home. The Dragon Isles feature four lush new zones for players to adventure through on their journey to the new level cap of 70: the vibrant Waking Shores, the verdant Ohn’ahran Plains, the sprawling Azure Span, and the resplendent Thaldraszus. Dragonriding, a new method of aerial movement, empowers players to soar through the skies of each new area in style atop customizable Dragon Isles Drakes. The isles are home to the all-new playable Dracthyr allied race, who mix the magics of the dragonflights with ranged damage and healer specializations as a solely dedicated Evoker hero class that start off at level 58.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZtedjN1JXY World…

Forever called Dragon Age 4, Bioware has now officially revealed the title and logo of the next game of the series and it is called Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. As announced on the BioWare Blog, a short post explaining Dreadwolf can be seen, as fans of the series may know that it refers to Solas, one of your party members from the previous outing, Inquisition. The short snippet from BioWare is as follows: Solas, the Dread Wolf. Some say he might be an ancient elven god, but some say not. Others say a betrayer of his people…or a savior who now seeks to rescue them at the cost of your world. His motives are inscrutable and his methods sometimes questionable, earning him a reputation as something of a trickster deity—a player of dark and dangerous games. https://twitter.com/bioware/status/1532406536047407105 Related – The new Dragon Age will reportedly be a current-gen exclusive One more update…