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Submitted by jjdoyle 978d ago | preview

Dragon Quest X Online: Mezameshi Itsutsu no Shuzoku Impressions - NintendoWorldReport

"After years of development, Square Enix has finally released Dragon Quest X, their massively multiplayer online swan song for the Wii.

Dragon Quest X released to relatively small fanfare. Its Thursday release is unheard of for a Dragon Quest game, which are generally released over the weekend so people don’t take work off in droves to play them. Its predecessor, Dragon Quest IX for the Nintendo DS, sold over 2 million copies in just a few days, whereas perhaps due to the Japanese public’s aversion to MMOs, this title has yet to break half a million two weeks after release. Even if the masses have yet to pick it up, Dragon Quest X does provide an enjoyable, albeit “beginner’s” MMO experience.", writes NintendoWorldReport. (Dragon Quest X, Wii)

DA_SHREDDER  +   978d ago
The more I read the more stoked I get.
Xof  +   978d ago
Opposite for me. SE seems to be doing to DQ what they did to FF.

I'll still buy the game, don't get me wrong, but after DQ9 my expectations are low.

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