Dragon Quest X and Dragon Quest IX

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies for smartphones and Dragon Quest X designed for fans to play offline are the hot topics which are widely discussed today on the event named “Chou Dragon Quest X TV: Fall no Bunkasai 10-Hour Special 2018” hosted by Japan.

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies on Smartphone platform

Recently, Dragon Quest has become more and more popular in the gaming community, especially Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies has one of the most desirable series on PCs and consoles. Now, thanks to the Tag Mode function, the DS version of this big hit has been released for smartphones using the Android system. However, everything has two faces, so does this case.

Yuu Miyake, the executive producer of Dragon Quest series stated that the Tag Mode functionality was the main key leading the success of Dragon Quest IX on smartphones, but the big bottle-neck, the barriers preventing Square Enix from its mass production for mobiles, as well. Nevertheless, Miyake said Microsoft was starting to see their possibility to do a bulk production of Dragon Quest 11 mobile phone versions by applying the recently modern tools.

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It was said that it was pretty difficult for the DS version of this awesome game to be thoroughly reproduced because this version is quite different from the previous ones like DS or 3DS. Miyake still got the hopes that Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies would be under great replication to satisfy the demand of huge gaming community.

Dragon Quest X: Offline game series

Dragon Quest X gained its huge popularity and became a hot game on PCs right after its online version was released before. The former producer of Dragon Quest X, Mr. Yosuke Saito, gave his speech that the big bosses of the company had regularly come up with the idea of creating an offline version of this game with the great purpose that everyone interested in the series could have a chance to enjoy it anywhere they wished. Yosuke Saito resigned from the position of Dragon Quest X producer on 25th August. Before the validity of his resignation, Yosuke Saito showed his belief in the possibility to absolutely introduce the offline series of Dragon Quest X.

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Following the idea of the former producer, Yosuke Saito, Miyake offered additional comments that “Overseas, Dragon Quest X has not been released” and “3DS was also not as prevalent overseas, and there are people going from Dragon Quest VIII to XI.” Among the Dragon Quest series, Dragon Quest X was specially designed with various amazing stories. Thus, Miyake had a strong wish that an offline version of Dragon Quest X could be released and accordingly, the producer could share something about these stories for all Dragon Quest fans, including both domestic and oversea gaming community.

Until now, the DS version of Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies has become a big hit for all players worldwide to fully enjoy whereas Japanese gaming community is satisfying their needs on Dragon Quest X both for PlayStation 4, Switch, Wii U, 3DS, and PCs.