If it is based of the PS4/mobile release, then bad pixel scaling, redrawn (poorly) enemy sprites on top of pixelated background, botched enemy battle animations for DQ3.
Again, not a lack of strategy. They did the same thing when XI released in Japan (secretly).
On the contrary, it is a good strategy
Hopefully the DF guys can take a look at this port.If it is based of the PS4/mobile release, then bad pixel scaling, redrawn (poorly) enemy sprites on top of pixelated background, botched enemy battle animations for DQ3.
Now idk how it looks like as of now but I'd be damned if this is how someone would try for the first time these great games (albeit I never was a big fan of DQ2).
Get outta here with this shit. For a lot of people these are the easiest legal way to play the games competently.
there'll be an asian release with 3 games on the cart, and it supports english
i don't think a physical release for japan has been confirmed, i might be mistaken
Square Enix will release the Switch versions of Dragon Quest, Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line, and Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation via the Nintendo eShop in the west day-and-date with their Japanese release on September 27 for $4.99, $6.49, and $12.49, respectively, the company announced.
I put the pricing information in the OP, but I don't think I can change the title without a mod.KtotheRoc can you add this to the OP? Also the title should be updated with the prices