If you have been a long time fan of the Dragon Quest series since the 80’s or 90’s and still enjoy the set of games that have appeared on various consoles during the 10’s decade then you will be happy to know that some exciting news has recently emerged involving the two Dragon Quest Heroes games. There have been rumors floating around on the Internet that the Dragon Quest Heroes Collection I & II which came out back in 2017 within night possibly be making its way to western countries like America sometime in the near future. Both Dragon Quest Heroes I & II were released separately between 2015 & 2016 . While the Dragon Quest Heroes I & II received average reviews following their respective releases its possible that the game could definitely be somewhat of an attraction on the Nintendo Switch in America. In fact, if Dragon Quest Heroes I & II appeared as a Switch exclusive opposed to be released for consoles such as the PlayStation 4, PS Vita it could have been more of an attraction.

While the PlayStation 4 is more superior than the Nintendo Switch quality wise the Dragon Quest series made a name for itself mainly on Nintendo based consoles dating back to its inception from 1986. Even though, Dragon Quest Heroes I & II might be popular in Japan it might not be as big in countries like America because the western culture is so different. America is a country where violent first and third person shooter games are popular along with action-adventure and action role-playing games. Dragon Quest Heroes I & II might be a game that would appeal to children under the age thirteen or long time fans of the series. Aside from appealing to a certain group or demographic of people in America Dragon Quest Heroes I & II might not be as much of an attraction in America as it was in Japan. If the rumors regarding the western release of Dragon Quest Heroes I & II are true it will be interesting to see how successful they would become in 2020 or 2021.

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