From “Pokémon Detective Pikachu,” which pulled in $433 million globally in 2019, to “Sonic the Hedgehog,” which grossed $319.7 million worldwide last year before the pandemic shut down theaters, the message is clear: Gamers and nongamers alike are looking to
Cyberpunk 2077 has received yet another round of fixes, in the RPG’s grim march from a mess everyone was excited about to a functional game everyone has forgotten about. This one addresses bugs across several quests, and a handful of
Dragon Quest X launched in Japan back in 2012, and has continued to receive regular updates and continued ports to new platforms. But the game has never been officially released in English, despite the increasingly prolific success of Final Fantasy
Square Enix announced several new Dragon Quest games are coming soon, including a new game, a remake, and several other spin-offs. We’re getting quite a few new titles, with the most important probably being the new game, Dragon Quest XII
Sonic wasn’t the only video game veteran in the spotlight yesterday. As you might recall, Square Enix held a special 35th Anniversary Livestream for the Dragon Quest series.
One of the standout announcements was the reveal of
One of the six games revealed during Square Enix’s Dragon Quest 35th Anniversary live stream earlier today was Dragon Quest III HD-2D Remake.
According to the game’s producer, Masaaki Hayasaka – who has previously worked on games such as