Posts Tagged ‘Dragon Quest (series)’

Theatrhythm Dragon Quest Announced for 3DS

Theatrhythm has officially become its own ‘thing’; Square Enix has announced Theatrhythm Dragon Quest, to launch in Japan on March 26. Price is set at 5,800 yen, and a teaser site has been set up hereabouts.

Dragon Quest: Heroes, Dragon Quest XI Announced

Square Enix has revealed Dragon Quest: Heroes, an action-RPG entry in the long-running series. Heroes centers around the kingdom of Elsarse, which saw peace between humans and monsters until recently. The kingdom is now under siege, and it falls to Akuto and Meer, the army’s commanding officers, to save the day. A collaboration with Koei Tecmo and Omega Force, Dragon Quest: Heroes is planned for a PS3 and PS4 release in Japan sometime next year.

Series creator Yuji Horii also confirmed that the next numbered entry, Dragon Quest XI, is in development. No further details were given at this time.

Source: Gematsu

Square Enix Lists Gamescom 2014 Lineup

Square Enix has revealed the titles it will be showcasing at the upcoming Gamescom. On Consoles and PC, the titles include Final Fantasy XIV, Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix, Lara Croft and the Temple of Orisis, and Nosgoth. For handhelds and mobile, the list is Dragon Quest IV, Dragon Quest VIII, and Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call.

Gamescom will run from August 13 to 17.

Source: Gematsu

Professional sports bettors

Professional sports bettors have to worry about variance more than any other type of gambler. Because the difference between any two sports bettors who have placed the same wager is so small, there is so much randomness inherent in gambling that your winning percentage is always more likely to be a little higher or a little lower than what you would have expected it to be given the size of your wager. You might want to try your luck at 666 Casino where you have better chances of being touched by lady luck when it comes to sports betting. With that being said, here are six things to think about before you bet on your favorite NBA team and how to improve your betting ability for NBA bettors. The Best Bet Type for NBA Bettors Now that you’ve gotten all your basketball knowledge out of your system, let’s get to the fun part of betting basketball: the bet types that your favorite NBA team plays on! Spread Betting When it comes to betting on basketball, spreads (sometimes called “underdogs”) are a must.

They create a greater possibility of winning a single game than any other bet type, and in the case of the NBA, a greater possibility than almost every other team. By splitting a team’s bets evenly across two different opponents, a bettor can increase the likelihood of winning that single game. A three-point spread is the most popular spread bet type in the NBA, and it is one of the most common bet types. Even if a bettor makes the wrong bet or bet-set, they will still win if they choose the correct one. The downside of a spread bet is that it often makes the spread more expensive than any other bet type, and with NBA playoff odds on the line it can make betting on that game more difficult than most other kinds of betting. Spread Bet Types There are four main bet types that the NBA offers, and they are the following: Three-Point Line (the most popular bet type) Spread ($2.50 or greater) Over/Under (1 point, 1 point) Margin of Victory (a flat bet that gives the bettor the option to take a side on who should win the game) Game Choice (a flat bet that gives the bettor the option to take a side on whether to go for it or for three points, along with the chance to win $100 on a “bet against the house” if the house calls in a three-pointer.) Spread Bet Types Game Choice The Game Choice bet type is basically the same as the spread bet type, except it has two wagers.

When it is called, the bettor puts the money on whether the game is decided by three-pointers or not, and wins or loses money on either the money or percentage to be given on the extra point. If the game is won by three-pointers, the bettor will win the amount of the win plus a “Game Choice Bonus.” If the game is lost by three-pointers, the bettor will lose the amount of the win plus a “Game Choice Bonus.” This is basically the same as the “Exact Money” bet, except that the bettor won’t bet for a “Game Choice Bonus” and is limited to betting on three-pointers only if the game is won by three-pointers. If the game is tied after three-pointers, the bettor’s final amount of profit is the amount of the win plus the “Game Choice Bonus.”

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Dragon Quest XI Enters Development

Dragon Quest series creator Yuji Horii, during a recent radio interview, confirmed that Dragon Quest XI is now in development. Few exact details were given at this time, though Horii mentioned wanting to play the title on a big screen, and that the series’ 30th anniversary is 2016.

Source: Gematsu

Dragon Quest X Sells One Million in Japan

Dragon Quest series producer Yosuke Saito announced via Twitter that Dragon Quest X has exceeded one million sales in Japan.

Source: Gematsu

Mass Media 12-14-13

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Dragon Quest Monsters 2 Set for February Release in Japan

Square Enix has announced that Dragon Quest Monsters 2 will hit the 3DS in Japan on February 6, priced at 5,490 yen. The limited edition adds figurines of Iru and Luca for a total of 6,990 yen, while a 3DS XL bundle includes the game and system (with a themed design) for 24,390 yen.

Source: Gematsu

Dragon Quest Monsters 2 Getting 3DS Remake

Square Enix has just announced that Dragon Quest Monsters 2 will see a remake for the 3DS. While no release date or price were announced, an official website is available here.

Source: Gematsu

Dragon Quest X to See PC Release

Dragon Quest X, the MMORPG entry in the popular series, is coming to the PC in Japan. Retail and digital versions run at 3,990 yen, and include a 20-day free trial. A Special Pack edition throws in a security token, a DQX game controller for PC, monster illustration book, world map, and code for an in-game item, bringing the price up to 9,800 yen.

Paired with the announcement was the launching of a beta test, a benchmark for which may be downloaded here. Applications are handled through the benchmark utility.

Source: Gematsu

Dragon Quest X to Launch for Wii U on March 30

Square Enix has announced that, having released on the Wii back in August, Dragon Quest X will make its Wii U debut starting March 30. Priced at 6980 yen, the title will be available in both retail and download versions, and both will include 20 days of free play. A beta test is planned for March 6, and players will be able to transition their beta characters to the full version.

Source: Gematsu

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Mass Media 11/24/12

Dragon Quest VII Release Scheduled for Japan

Square Enix has announced their 3DS redux of Dragon Quest VII will hit Japan on February 7. No global release was confirmed at this time.

Source: Eurogamer

Dragon Quest X Starts Wii U Beta in February

Square Enix has announced that the Wii U beta test for Dragon Quest X will start in February, with vouchers for the beta to be included with Wii U Premium Set editions. As the Wii and Wii U playerbase will share the same server, Wii character data can be imported to the Wii U.

DQX is set to launch on the Wii U sometime next year.

Source: Gematsu

3DS Getting Dragon Quest VII Remake

Via the latest issue of Jump, a 3DS remake of Dragon Quest VII is confirmed to be in development. While few details are available at this time, the game is planned to release in February 2013.

Source: Gematsu

Mass Media 10/28/12

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Mass Media 10/07/12

So my vacation gets here, and I promptly pull a muscle in my back. Kill me now. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 10/07/12’ »

Mass Media 09/29/12

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