This week was a pretty low outcome week for Withstand: Minions Quest, as I was working on other projects and had a lot of stuff on my mind regarding my "core" job.Most of the stuff for Withstand was actually just planning ahead, creating concepts for gameplay and designing code on paper.
Opinions are divided on quest compasses, with some seeing them as a useful convenience for players that want to get to the actual meat of the game and others seeing them as yet another sign of the dumbing down of CRPGs.If nothing else, this Gamasutra editorial from Felipe Pepe (who certainly belongs to the second camp) will provide food for thought for both camps, as it does a very good job at outlining the circumstances that ultimately made this UI helper feature as widespread as it is today.
While Square Enix originally said that the game would be coming to NX when it was announced, they then backtracked and said they were just considering it for the console.However, we have good news again as producer Yosuke Saito recently spoke with Famitsu about the game where he mentions the game coming out for both PlayStation 4 and NX.
There was plenty of talk about the game coming to the Nintendo NX as well and it sounds like that is definitely happening now.Alongside the reveal of Dragon Quest XI, it was stated that the game was also set to come to the Nintendo NX as well.
After confirming the title for Nintendo Switch in today’s presentation, Square Enix has released a trailer for Dragon Quest I·II, which will be released alongside the console in Japan on March 3rd.The title is a bundled version of the original Dragon Quest Heroes games for PlayStation 4.
The release date for Dragon Quest Heroes 2 on PC has finally been announced by Square Enix today, and fans will be happy to know that it will be coming out the same day as the PlayStation 4 version.Both western versions of the game will launch on April 25th in North America, which will then be followed by an April 28th release in Europe.
The Dragon Quest series is one of the most popular of them all in Japan and there is no question that the upcoming Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time will see plenty of that same success.After being announced awhile ago, a release date for the game is finally coming very soon, as Square Enix has announced when that actual reveal will come.