Theatrhythm Dragon Quest: new batch of free DLC songs now available

On May 27th, 1986, the very first Dragon Quest game came out on the NES (in Japan). Yuji Horii (creator of the series) posted a message on Twitter, thanking fans for the congatulations. He then notes than next year will be the 30th anniversary, and that there will several announcements in the upcoming months.

Ryutaro Ichimura from Square-Enix also posted a message on Twitter, and also teased a grand celebration for the series next year. He also shared a TV commercial for the very first Dragon Quest (on the NES):

To celebrate the 29th anniverarsay, Square-Enix has released a new batch of free DLC for Theatrhythm Dragon Quest. The following songs are now available:

– “Fight” – Dragon Quest I [BMS]
– “Unknown World” – Dragon Quest I [FMS]
– “Hero’s Challenge” – Dragon Quest III [BMS]
– “Adventure” – Dragon Quest III [FMS]

Here’s a video and some screenshots for those free DLC songs:

Source: 4Gamer.net / Gematsu
Via: Siliconera


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