Last week, Final Fantasy set out on a quest to offer great deals on its games; now, Dragon Quest joins the party. From the series pioneer formerly known as Dragon Warrior in North America, to the PlayStation 2 classic Journey of the Cursed King, every Dragon Quest game is on sale at a 30 to 40 percent discount for a limited time.
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Square Enix is gearing up to release a new Dragon Quest game this week, that being Dragon Quest VII. However, Square Enix has announced this particular release for Japan, not mentioning anything about a Western release happening this week. That doesn’t mean it won’t be coming to the West though as so far most Dragon Quest mobile releases are available here as well.
After reporting earlier that Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions was listed with a sale price, it now appears like Square Enix has placed several other titles of their on sale. These are some great, classic game titles, and most of which are being sold for half of their regular price.
One thing that comes with any holiday season are seasonal content updates for a slew of games. The other thing that happens are sales, lots and lots of sales and in this case it is Android games. Square Enix has put a selection of their games on sale for the holiday season.
With the Final Fantasy series coming to a halt for mobile devices for the next little while, except for maybe the odd spin-off game, Square Enix is continuing to push their other popular RPG series called Dragon Quest onto mobile as well. So far we have had Dragon Quest VIII, I and IV available on Google Play but Square Enix silently released Dragon Quest II onto Android the other day.
Square Enix’s venerable smash hit, Dragon Quest VIII, has found a new home on Android and iOS. Originally released in 2004 for the Sony Playstation 2, Dragon Quest VIII is the first entry in the beloved franchise to be fully 3D. Selling an impressive 4.9 million units, Dragon Quest VIII is second only to its successor, Dragon Quest IX, in terms of sales.
It appears that Square Enix is looking to possibly capitalize on the holiday season and the popularity of their recently announced second franchise that will be coming to mobile called Dragon Quest. If you missed out on our previous posts, basically Square Enix has said that the Final Fantasy franchise won’t be continuing after the release of Final Fantasy VII for mobile devices in the immediate future.
Over the course of the last week and a half we have had the pleasure of reporting on lots of Square Enix news regarding Final Fantasy as well as some of their other franchises like most of their Dragon Quest series. When we reported that Final Fantasy VI was heading to mobile this Winter we also mentioned that Final Fantasy VII had promising prospects in regards to arriving onto mobile in the near future. That near future seems to be longer than we had hoped… a lot longer actually.