In Japan, Square Enix announced Dragon Quest I, II and III for PS4 and 3DS downloads. DQI and II will be released on August 10 for 600 yen ($5.40) and 850 yen ($7.70) respectively, while DQIII will be out later this month for 1,500 yen ($13.54).
"Are you a North Korean?" I've been asked this question as often in America as I've been asked by Koreans if I own a gun, because all Americans own guns.
Marking the franchise's 25 anniversary, Dragon Quest I, II and III are headed to the Nintendo Wii. The bundle will be out September 15 in Japan.
This September, Square Enix is releasing the Famicom and Super Famicom versions of Dragon Quest I, Dragon Quest II, and Dragon Quest III as part of a single set.
Dragon Quest IX may be out, but that doesn't mean Square Enix isn't done with DQ games.