At Tokyo Game Show 2009, Square Enix showed off the last in its trilogy of announced DS Dragon Quest
remakes, Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie
, and now Famitsu
has some new screens of the RPG. Unsurprisingly, it looks, graphically, just like the other two DS Dragon Quest
remakes, also developed by Artepiazza.
So why is it exciting? Well, for one thing, Dragon Quest
games tend to be good. But most importantly, like Dragon Quest V
, the Super Famicom version of Realms of Reverie
never left Japan, and this DS version has already been announced
for localization. North America will then finally have the whole numbered Dragon Quest
series. Well, except for IX
, but we can also be pretty sure that's coming.