Japan Getting 3DS Version of Dragon Quest X

Meanwhile, the rest of the world gets no versions of Dragon Quest X.

By Andy Hoover. Posted 07/08/2014 17:00 1 Comment     ShareThis

While everyone else in the world awaits the opportunity to at least play Dragon Quest X, Japanese gamers are being graced with yet another way to experience the MMO take on the acclaimed JRPG series. Players who have tired of playing the game on their Wii, Wii U, PC, and mobile devices will be glad to know that they will have the opportunity to play on 3DS as well come September 4.

Just like the mobile version, the 3DS iteration will actually be streamed to each system while all the processing will go on in Square Enix’s servers. This will allow for a better looking game, and will also allow 3DS players to play alongside all the other versions of the game.

Dragon Quest X will cost 3800 yen up front and includes a 60 day pass for the game. Beyond that, gamers can choose several subscription models: 350 yen nets you three days, 650 yen is worth ten days, and 30 days offers the best overall pricing with a cost of 1500 yen.

So, now all we need is for the game to find its way across the Pacific.

Source: IGN

One Response to “Japan Getting 3DS Version of Dragon Quest X

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    penduin says...

    Streamed, eh? That’s … interesting. I personally don’t need input lag that’s worse than my ping times or stereoscopic compression artifacts, but I’d sure like to see the real, Wii U version to come out here. (as in “outside Japan” :^)

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