That, or it exploits Japan's love of Dragon Quest. Maybe, if not definitely, it does both.
In Japan, Square Enix just announced Dragon Quest Monsters 2, a numeric sequel in its popular Dragon Quest Monsters spinoff series. As some commenters have pointed out, this is a remake of the original DQM2. The game's "general director" is Yuji Horii, and it will feature monster designs by Akira Toriyama. It's also…
It really, really is. It's horrendous. And I say this as someone who thinks both the 3DS and the Dragon Quest character Slime are well designed.