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Dragon Quest XI S, no discount for owners of the original game

Dragon Quest XI S will also arrive soon on Xbox One, PC and PS4, but there are no discounts for those who already own the original game. Square Enix has in fact decided not to offer any discounts ...

Xbox Game Showcase - Dragon Quest XI announced

During the preshow event where Microsoft will show the titles that will accompany the launch and the first months of life of the Xbox Series X, it was also announced the arrival of the new Dragon console ...

Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of a Lost Era, Final Edition - Review

The long-awaited Final Edition of Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of a Lost Era has finally arrived on Nintendo Switch. The JRPG that was able to agree public and criticism already last year, when ...

Nintendo Switch will have a new controller: the Dragon Quest Slime!

Square Enix has announced that the cute Dragon Quest Slime Controller will return, this time on Nintendo Switch, for Dragon Quest XI.

[E3 Nintendo] The Dragon Quest Hero in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

In the midst of the Nintendo Direct E3 2019 presentation just now, it was announced as the next DLC of Smash Ultimate, a character from the pencil of his majesty Akira Toriyama himself, or ...

For the completion of Dragon Quest XI S "still need some time"

While on the PlayStation 4 Dragon Quest XI is now also available in the West, the Nintendo Switch version (called Dragon Quest XI S) is not only slow to have a release date, but also ...

Bandai Namco registers the trademark for Tales of Luminaria

Bandai Namco does not stop and while the development of Tales of Arise continues, the Japanese software house may have started to throw ...

HyperX Releases Pulsefire Haste Ultra-lightweight Gaming Mouse

59-Gram Gaming Mouse Features Honeycomb Hex Shell Design, 60M Click Durability and Grip Tape for Increased Control and Quicker MovementsFOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - HyperX, the ...

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