The website for the Dragon Quest V
re-remake (probably to be titled Dragon Quest V: Heavenly Bride
in its probable U.S. release) has been updated with character art and a little bit of history about the game. Most importantly for English readers, it's been updated with screens -- tons of them, in one- and two-screen format. You can look
at pictures of the party (tiny horse and carriage and all) walking in towns, fields, and dungeons and pretty much
get the idea.
Dragon Quest V
appears to be cleaning up beautifully
, proving that even if developer Artepiazza isn't the most adept
at creating Wii RPGs (except by default), they're certainly
up to the task of recreating
RPGs on the DS.