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Nintendo Wii U: Square Enix Thinking About Bringing Wii Exclusive Dragon Quest X To Wii U

Square Enix president Yoichi Wada has told investors that the company is considering bringing Dragon Quest X to the Wii U. The game is already in development for the original Wii, but it may well come across to Wii U as well.  Yoichi Wada told investors that Square Enix are currently discussing “technical investigations” on how to support Wii U, and stated that the company “must consider” compatibility with both systems. What system would you preferably like to see Dragon Quest X appear on?



12 thoughts on “Nintendo Wii U: Square Enix Thinking About Bringing Wii Exclusive Dragon Quest X To Wii U”

  1. I’d prefer it on the Wii also, since I’d hate to see it delayed just so it can be on a newer console. But I just have one tiny thing to say to SE: GIVE US THE DQ 1-3 COLLECTION AND RERELEASE DQ7. >.> I’m good now. :D

  2. Wii U would mean other RPG developers would follow.
    Putting it on the Wii would allow S-E would allow MASSIVE sales to the worldwide Wii audience.

    Make it a Wii game that launches in the launch window of the Wii U.

  3. I just think they’re making too much emphasis on the Wii U
    Wii has so much to give yet! They’re killing it! I think they should have waited a little more before bringing out the Wii U and work on good titles for the Wii instead. I was just talking about this with a friend and I’m not an expert, but as far as I know, hey don’t have many good RPGs for Wii, or FPSs

    Anyways, I think it would be good to put it on Wii, and then on Wii U at launch. On the other hand it could be awesome for Wii U’s sales to make it exclusive. If they put it on both, it wouldn’t sell so much on Wii U, I think.

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  5. Sickr, they want to make Wii U enhancements on the Wii version, not a Wii U exclusive version. Quote from N-europe:

    It should be noted that Wada was not talking about releasing a separate Wii U version of Dragon Quest X. But it’s also true that the Wii is backwards compatible with all Wii games by default. What Square Enix seem to be doing is investigating if they can add any enhancements to the game for when it is played on a Wii U, much like Pokémon Black & White had DSi-specific game features.

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