If you’re into anime, or if you’re a huge fan of anime, then you probably know what a Dragon Quest game is. With the various iterations of the Dragon Quest series released on different platforms and formats, the game has evolved significantly over the years. In fact, some of the more recent releases can be considered as having “official” versions made by Square Enix itself. With all the different Dragon Quest games that have been released, it’s hard to narrow down the selections because they are so varied in their overall quality.
The games have always been heavy on the story, and that certainly hasn’t changed. The original Dragon Quest game, written by Hirokazu Iwanaga was focused around a group of knights traveling to a mysterious land called the Realm of Darkness to rescue Princess Hilda and her magical dolls. As a result, the game was very influential on other RPGs. Each game in the series has its own story and characters, with the newest game Dragon Quest X doing an admirable job of improving on the story of the previous entries. The lack of any story in this newer game may be the biggest difference from the previous titles. In this gallery we featured Martina who had debut in Dragon Quest: Souten No Soura – Manga based on Dragon Quest X.