It usually takes some kind of achievement or trophy you can show off to your friends to compel people to 100% complete a video game. For Steve Tolin, however, all it took was the pursuit of true completion.
It has come to my attention that we might, within a few short years, find ourselves living on a planet devoid of Square-Enix.
Actress Keiko Awaji is proof of two things: video games have no age limit and even pretty ladies get old.
It's December, but Square Enix, the Tokyo-based company behind Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, is looking at rough times.
It's happened again: I spent 100 hours on Dragon Quest IX and I'm running out of things to do before I can just go beat the game. Funny thing is, I probably never will.
Square Enix polled Japanese gamers about which Dragon Quest titles they liked the best. Those gamers replied, the votes were tallied, and now, we have the results.
Many people love Nintendo DS role-playing game Dragon Quest IX, but Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime is, well, obsessed? This is his DS, which he showed me today. I snapped two pics.
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Level-5, the Fukuoka-based developer behind Professor Layton and White Knight Chronicles, is loving the Japanese game industry. Why? Because it has made the company lots of money and funded some swanky corporate digs.
Is your Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies experience a little lonely? Mine was. For those in the United States who are looking for an adventurous friend (and a few exclusive downloadable treasure maps), Nintendo brings good news.
Be a hero. Be yourself. Do good in Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies, a game in which you play a fallen angel trying to help other people down on their luck.
If you are somebody, and you visit Nintendo's New York offices from out of town, you get your very own greeting in the lobby, running on a flat-screen TV.
What would happen if Dragon Quest's most famous slime encountered Final Fantasy's most famous bird? Yuji Horii, father of Dragon Quest, must know the answer.
…40 hours, Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii told Kotaku today. Why 40? Why not 30 or 50?
Dragon Quest IX was released in Japan on July 11, 2009. A year later, the game is getting released in North America. Finally.
Sunday Saturday, New Yorkers will be able to buy Dragon Quest IX early and do other Dragon Questy stuff.
Like Dragon Quest? Want to, perhaps, write Dragon Quest games? Okay, read on.
Nintendo's Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies celebrity sneak-peek event gets a lil' crunk, thanks to Lil Jon and DJ Slade. Slimes beware! [Photo courtesy Nintendo of America]
How does one sell a game like Dragon Quest IX, a traditionally core role-playing game, to the general Nintendo DS-owning populace? Right. Seth Green and pop rock band The Lost Boys.
You know it. I know. People pirate Nintendo DS games. It's so bad that Nintendo is spearheading a lawsuit to stop piracy. Yet piracy continues.