Its been a while since there was a decent Dragon Quest released in North America, while there have been petitions floating around for Square Enix to listen to nothing has ever caught on. Just recently Square Enix trademarked The Seeds Of A Salvation in the United States which only means that the publisher is planning on using this game for the West. Could it be a new Dragon Quest game?
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According to Kotaku, Square Enix is considering releasing Dragon Quest X overseas. The popular franchise has become extremely popular in Japan but has had no impact overseas, could this be a change of direction? Releasing Dragon Quest X overseas could be a very good thing for Square Enix and the exposure of Dragon Quest itself. Producers Yosuke Saito and Yu Miyake were asked if such a thing was even possible, their answers might surprise you. Here are four reasons why releasing Dragon Quest X overseas is a good thing.
Originally Dragon Quest X was announced only for the WII and WII U until now. Many fans of the series have been begging Square Enix for a PC version for the pc gamers and it seems that they finally listened and answered. According to Square Enix blog, the game will also be coming to the PC. The title will be released on September 26th in Japan but you can start pre-ordering right now. If you missed the trailer or weren’t aware of the games existence we have all of the latest information and trailer for your viewing pleasures.
Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Online is an MMORPG developed and published by Square Enix for the Wii and Wii U. The game was generally praised by reviewers and was on the Top Ten Games in Japan last year. Though recently the game has not sold well at all, according to Operationrainfall, the game seems to not be meeting expectations. Square Enix has just posted a version 1.4 update notice for those who still have hope for the game.