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Dragon Quest collection announced for Wii in Japan.
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May 11, 2011, 08:39:48
It contains Dragon Quest I, II, III Famicom versions and... also Dragon Quest I & II, and III Super Famicom versions? Kind of strange, but ok.
I really, really do not see this making it to the West, but you never know.
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Sweet! I'd buy.
Does the SNES version of DQ3 have the same improvements as the GBC version? The day-night system, for instance?
I'd love to own this collection.
I'd buy it. I never played II or III, but I mastered the original. Thank you, Nintendo Power, for the free copy back in the day!
They are putting this on Wii? Put it on the DS and Virtual Console. That would make more sense to me.
Lame, we can pretty much rule out Dragon Warrior on VC anytime soon.
Sounds great. And it doesn't invalidate my DS purchases!!
Sounds good to me. It would be nice if this ever came outside Japan, but I don't expect it to.
No Dragon Warrior/Quest IV??
That's considered part of a different trilogy, if I recall correctly.
That's why I subscribed to Nintendo Power too!
I bought it for full price, like a sucker...
Thats pretty darn cool. Have they done anything even close to that recently?
I guess they DID do the Legend of Zelda Collection w/ a subscription a few years back..