While the Wii U version of Dragon Quest X is ending, the game will launch on Nintendo Switch between the summer and fall according to Square Enix. The MMORPG will also launch on the PlayStation 4 and will be available this summer. Wii U owners will easily be able to migrate their characters from the older platform to the new one.




  1. I remember playing Dragon Quest 9 and I easily put 100 hours into that game. One of the things that it excelled at was local multiplayer. it would be really cool if this which version allowed local multiplayer as well as online multiplayer.

    Seems to be with the switches all about so I don’t see why they wouldn’t

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      • OK Mr smarty pants. Why don’t you go Google Dragon Quest 9 and tell me how it was so rediculous that Local was possible. I didn’t do a fucking thesis on Dragon Quest 10 and what the game is about, I only played 9 and gave my opinion.

        If you have something to say about 10, then say it. But you could be a bit more constructive and informative so those of us that haven’t played it know what your talking about.

        yeah, now that you mention it, 10+11 are online MMO. I don’t know how they are going to port it. and lots of online games allow a local co-op to join. the switch adverts seem to make it look capable of both.

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    • Starry Skies for the DS was a really fun RPG. If they incorporate multiplayer into Dragon Quest 10 then I imagine it will do well. Hopefully gets a bump and Graphics … obviously, as this is not a DS game – but the gameplay should be really fun.

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      • Dragon Quest games seem to be a bit iffy when it comes to localization, so that makes sense. Not knowing the difference between 10 and 11, I’m not sure if it’s good or bad that 11 is the one confirmed to be localized, but I would guess that Switch owners would be glad to hear the most current one is coming to switch!


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