Dragon Quest XI can bring back old-school Japanese role-playing games in a big way, but Square Enix first needs to give it a chance in the West.
I'll buy it on both 3DS and PS4 just to support it.
They would not be making it for the Ps4 if they do not have plans to release it in the west, almost all of the Ps4 install base is in the west. If anything, the 3ds version is mostly for the japanese market and the Ps4 version is for the west.
That is so true if it was not coming to the west it would not of been released on PS4. I wish they would bring some of the Dragon Quest 3ds titles to PS4 and Vita
* Might get a lot of disagrees, but here goes: * The want and desire to play Dragon Quest 11 in the west is at least as big as FF15. Final Fantasy has screwed up a bit in the past and lost some of it's luster, where Dragon Quest has only gotten better with age. The problem is we don't get to experience that too often. * I'd be willing to bet Dragon Quest 11 will sell roughly 80-90% of what FF15 would sell in the WEST. Once people see the Art Style,gameplay,content,music,c haracters,towns,world....they are going to want this game almost or more than FF15. I'll get both, but Dragon Quest 11 is my most wanted game by far...nothing is even close. I know I'm not the only one. * Also we need DQ 7&8 in some REAL form in the west, as in 3DS/Vita/PS4/NX/XB1.....someth ing other than ios. I'll be buying Dragon Quest 11 for 3DS/PS4/NX just to support and keep them coming.
They need to give all the Dragon Quest games a chance in the west... Especially these: Dragon Quest 7 3D Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry's Wonderland 3D Dragon Quest Monsters 2 3D Dragon Quest 8 3D Dragon Quest 11 and maybe Theatrhythm Dragon Quest
I want more Rocket Slime!
It's easily in my top most wanted games so yeah I want it to come west
Dragon Quest Builders could popularize the series if that comes to the west, since it is similar to Minecraft.
I think this one could be big here in the US. I would just LOVE to be able to carry over a character I made to all the player made quests that is gonna come from that.
Well it's their loss if they not release in the west.
So, as of right now, it's NOT coming to the West? That makes me a sad panda. :(
It hasn't been announced...it's not official just we don't know yet really.... I think they want their own special announcement with it and something else.
Ahh, ok. That does ease my mind a little. Crossing my fingers!
with that ps4 installbase its their loss
Madness if they don't !
This game better get a worldwide release. I was way too excited after seeing those few screenshots. DQ8 was a long time ago. It was my second favorite game on PS2. If sales were bad it was their fault for not advertising enough.
I'd buy it for sure!
They need to give us a chance. They can't go denying our love and then proclaim we don't love them. Why can't you see? This different side of me? The one that loves these journeys from Japanese creativity? Now take my money and let's go on a date. The location is my console, I cannot wait. I'll slide you right in and boot you up, I'll aim for that completion honey, tell my friends you're perfection, turn them down when they be asking for ways to cheat. I'll have to stop now though, we can't go for that R rating, see, you're for everyone. You're a trophy, a queen, a symbol of everything. So don't go letting language divide us. Cuz love, my love, is amongst all of us.
Seek help immediately.
The game is my medicine. ;)
Square Enix needs to bring DQ back in full force
I enjoyed DQ8. Not a fan of the portable games, but this here and DQX would be golden.
With PS4 getting it's own exclusive version i'd say they absolutely have to in order to turn profit given the current state of home console install base in Japan
Never played a Dragon Quest game before but if they do bring it over and I hear it's great I'd probably pick it up.
When they bring it over Day 1 for me, this is taking the place of Final Fantasy Dudebro XV on my list of Square JRPGs.
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