JP News (May 17): Dragon Quest XI / Puzzle & Dragons X

Today’s Japanese news: a guidebook for Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete, but also…

  • Puzzle & Dragons X
  • Douku Tsujima

Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete

Today, V-Jump magazine announced they would release a guidebook for Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete on July 29th (same day as the game itself). There will be two versions: one for the Nintendo 3DS, and one for the PlayStation 4 (it’s safe to assume the Nintendo Switch will also get its own version when it releases).

Both have over 400 pages filled with a walkthrough, complete with maps, details on monsters and items, and more. There’s also explanations for the various gameplay systems, data on character progression, the skill panels, etc. As a bonus, the guidebook also includes a roundtable with Yuji Horii (game design and scenario), Akira Toriyama (Chara-design), and Koichi Sugiyama (Music) about the 30th Anniversary of the series.

What’s more, the guidebook will come with a download code, allowing you to a Prayer’s Card. When held, this item restores MP during battle. The download code has to be used before July 28th, 2019.

Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete (3DS) comes out on July 29th in Japan. The Nintendo Switch version will follow at a later date.

Source: V-Jump

Puzzle & Dragons X

Here’s some screenshots for the latest bit of free DLC for Puzzle & Dragons X:

Source: 4Gamer

Douku Tsujima

Douku Tsujima is a 2D action game that was released today in Japan, on the Nintendo eShop of the Nintendo 3DS. What’s interesting about this game is that it was originally created by a player using the Petit Computer 3 SmileBASIC software, and it won a contest that was held from October 17th, 2015 to January 4th, 2016. It looks like it’s the first of a series of user-created game to get a release on the Nintendo eShop!

Here’s some screenshots and artworks for the game (that costs only 300 Yen):

Source: Famitsu


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