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Dragon Quest is a series of role-playing video games created by Yuji Horii and his studio, Armor Project, which are published by Square Enix (formerly Enix). The first game of the series premiered in Japan in 1986 on the Nintendo Entertainment System, and Dragon Quest games have subsequently been localized for markets in North America, Europe and Australia, on over a dozen video game consoles. In addition to traditional role-playing games, the series includes first-person adventure games, portable games, massively multiplayer online role-playing games, and games for mobile phones. Dragon Quest is Square Enix's second most successful franchise internationally behind the Final Fantasy franchise, having sold over 59 million units worldwide to date.[1] It has been termed "Japan's most popular series" and "Japan's favorite series" by video game news organizations such as IGN, 1UP.com, and GameSpy.[2][3][4]

The original game in the series, renamed Dragon Warrior outside of Japan, was released in 1986 in Japan and 1989 in North America. Dragon Quest games are released in Japan and, until 2004's Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King, were later localized for the North American market under the Dragon Warrior title. That game was also the first main series game to be released outside Japan and North America. In addition to the 10 games released as part of the main (numbered) series and their many spin-offs and related titles, the Dragon Quest series has spawned many works in other media including anime, movies, novels and manga, and radio dramas. Many games, particularly the main series, have soundtrack album releases featuring their music in different arrangements. Square Enix has also consistently released companion books for its games which provide additional backstory and plot information, as well as detailed walkthroughs. The majority of the games and media related to the series have only been released in Japan.

Video games[edit]

Main series[edit]

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Dragon Quest May 27, 1986[5] August 1989[6] September 11, 2014 (Android & iOS)[7]
Notes:
Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line January 26, 1987[5] September 1990[14] October 9, 2014 (Android & iOS)
Notes:
  • Released on Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Originally released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest II: Pantheon of Evil Spirits (ドラゴンクエストII 悪霊の神々?, Dragon Quest II: Akuryo no Kamigami), and in North America under the title Dragon Warrior II
  • Also available on MSX (1988),[15] Super Famicom (1993),[9] Game Boy Color (1999),[10] mobile phones (2005),[16] Wii (2011),[13] Android (2014) and iOS (2014)
Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation February 10, 1988[5] March 1992[17] December 4, 2014 (Android & iOS)
Notes:
  • Released on Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Originally released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest III: And Thus Into Legend... (ドラゴンクエストIII そして伝説へ...?, Dragon Quest III: Soshite Densetsu he...), and in North America under the title Dragon Warrior III
  • Also available on Super Famicom (1996),[18] Game Boy Color (2000),[19] mobile phones (2009),[20] Wii (2011),[13] Android (2014) and iOS (2014)
Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen February 11, 1990[5] October 1992[21] September 11, 2008 (Nintendo DS)[22]
Notes:
  • Released on Nintendo Entertainment System
  • Originally released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest IV: The Guided Ones (ドラゴンクエストIV 導かれし者たち?, Dragon Quest IV Michibikareshi Monotachi), in North America under the title Dragon Warrior IV, and in Europe as Dragon Quest: The Chapters of the Chosen
  • Also available on PlayStation (2001),[23] Nintendo DS (2007),[22] Android (2014) and iOS (2014)
Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride September 27, 1992[24] February 16, 2009 (Nintendo DS)[25] February 20, 2009 (Nintendo DS)[25]
Notes:
  • Released on Super Famicom
  • Originally released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest V: The Heavenly Bride (ドラゴンクエストV 天空の花嫁?, Dragon Quest V Tenkū no Hanayome)
  • Released in Europe as Dragon Quest: The Hand of the Heavenly Bride
  • Also available on PlayStation 2 (2004),[26] Nintendo DS (2008),[25] Android (2014) and iOS (2014)
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation December 9, 1995[24] February 14, 2011 (Nintendo DS)[27] May 20, 2011 (Nintendo DS)[27]
Notes:
  • Released on Super Famicom
  • Originally released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest VI: Land of Illusion (ドラゴンクエストVI 幻の大地?, Dragon Quest VI Maboroshi no Daichi)
  • Released in Europe as Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie
  • Also available on Nintendo DS (2010),[27] Android (2015) and iOS (2015)
Dragon Warrior VII August 26, 2000[28] October 31, 2001[28] TBA 2015 (Nintendo 3DS, Android & iOS)
Notes:
  • Released on PlayStation
  • Originally released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest VII: Warriors of Eden (ドラゴンクエストVII エデンの戦士たち?, Dragon Quest VII Eden no Senshitachi)
  • Also available on Nintendo 3DS (2013),[29] Android (2015) and iOS (2015)
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King November 27, 2004[30] November 15, 2005[30] April 13, 2006[30]
Notes:
  • Released on PlayStation 2
  • Originally released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest VIII: The Sky, the Ocean, the Earth, and the Cursed Princess (ドラゴンクエストVIII 空と海と大地と呪われし姫君?, Dragon Quest VIII Sora to Umi to Daichi to Norowareshi Himegimi)
  • The first main series game to be released in North America under the series name Dragon Quest
  • The first main series game to be released in Europe, released under the name Dragon Quest: The Journey of the Cursed King
  • Also available on Android (2013) and iOS (2013)[31]
Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies July 11, 2009[32] July 11, 2010[32] July 23, 2010[32]
Notes:
  • Released on Nintendo DS
  • Title in Japanese is Dragon Quest IX Hoshizora no Mamoribito (ドラゴンクエストIX 星空の守り人?)
  • The first main series game to support multiplayer[33]
Dragon Quest X August 2, 2012[34] 2015 (Microsoft Windows) 2015 (Microsoft Windows)
Notes:
  • Released on the Wii
  • Released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Online (ドラゴンクエストX 目覚めし五つの種族 オンライン?, Dragon Quest X Mezameshi Itsutsu no Shuzoku Onrain)
  • The first Massively multiplayer online role-playing game in the series[34]
  • Also available on the Wii U, Microsoft Windows, Android (2013) and Nintendo 3DS (2014)[34]
  • The second version Dragon Quest X: Nemureru Yūsha to Michibiki no Meiyū Online (ドラゴンクエストX 眠れる勇者と導きの盟友 オンライン Doragon Kuesuto Ten Nemureru Yūsha to Michibiki no Meiyū Onrain?, lit. "Dragon Quest X: The Sleeping Brave and the Guided Allies Online") was released in Japan in 2013[35]

Spin-offs[edit]

Dragon Quest Monsters[edit]

Dragon Quest Monsters (ドラゴンクエストモンスターズ Doragon Kuesuto Monsutāzu?), known as Dragon Warrior Monsters in North America, is a series of Dragon Quest games focused on capturing, breeding, and raising monsters to do battle, similar to Pokémon games.[36]

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Dragon Warrior Monsters September 25, 1998[37] January 27, 2000[37] January 25, 1999[37]
Notes:
Dragon Warrior Monsters 2 March 9, 2001[41] September 15, 2001[41] none
Notes:
  • Released on the Game Boy Color
  • Originally released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest Monsters 2: Wonderland Key to Malta (ドラゴンクエストモンスターズ2 マルタのふしぎな鍵?, Doragon Kuesuto Monsutaazu 2 Maruta no Fushigi na Kagi)
  • Composed of two different versions of the game: Cobi's Journey and Tara's Adventure (released as Ruka's Journey (ルカの旅立ち?, Ruka no Tabidachi) and Iru's Adventure (イルの冒険?, Iru no Bōken) in Japan)[41][42]
  • Also available on PlayStation (2002, as Dragon Quest Monsters 1+2)[38], and Nintendo 3DS (2014, as Dragon Quest Monsters 2: Iru and Luca's Marvelous Mysterious Key)
Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart March 29, 2003[43] none none
Notes:
  • Released on the Game Boy Advance
  • Features the character Prince Keifer from Dragon Warrior VII
Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker December 28, 2006[44] November 6, 2007[44] March 14, 2008[44]
Notes:
Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 April 28, 2010[45] September 19, 2011[45] October 7, 2011[45]
Notes:
  • Released on the Nintendo DS
  • Re-released in an expanded form in Japan on the Nintendo DS as Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 Professional[46]
Dragon Quest Monsters: Wanted! November 24, 2010[47] none none
Notes:
  • Released on mobile phones
  • Also available on mobile phones (2011),[48] Android (2011),[49] and iOS (2014)[50]
Dragon Quest Monsters: Super Light January 23, 2014[51] none none
Notes:
  • Released on Android and iOS)

Mystery Dungeon[edit]

Mystery Dungeon (不思議のダンジョン Fushigi no Dungeon?) is a series of roguelike video games. There are several games in the series based on Dragon Quest, as well as on other series such as Pokémon.[36][52]

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Torneko no Daibōken: Fushigi no Dungeon September 19, 1993[53] none none
Notes:
  • Released on Super Famicom
  • Loosely translates as Torneko's Great Adventure: Mysterious Dungeon
  • Features Torneko (Taloon, in North America), the merchant from Dragon Warrior IV
Torneko: The Last Hope September 15, 1999[54] November 15, 2000[54] none
Notes:
  • Released on PlayStation
  • Originally released in Japan under the title Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko's Great Adventure 2 – The Mysterious Dungeon (ドラゴンクエスト・キャラクターズ トルネコの大冒険2 ~不思議のダンジョン~?, Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 2 – Fushigi no Dungeon)
  • Features Torneko, the merchant from Dragon Warrior IV
  • Also available on Game Boy Advance (2001, as Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 2 Advance)[55]
Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 3: Fushigi no Dungeon October 31, 2002[56] none none
Notes:
  • Released on PlayStation 2
  • Translates as Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko's Great Adventure 3: Mystery Dungeon
  • Features Torneko, the merchant from Dragon Warrior IV
  • Also available on Game Boy Advance (2004, as Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 3 Advance)[57]
Dragon Quest: Shōnen Yangus to Fushigi no Dungeon April 20, 2006[58] none none
Notes:
  • Released on PlayStation 2
  • Features Yangus, the hero of Dragon Quest VIII

Slime[edit]

Slime MoriMori Dragon Quest (スライムもりもりドラゴンクエスト Suraimu Morimori Doragon Kuesuto?, lit. "Slime of Gusto Dragon Quest") is a series of Dragon Quest action-adventure video games starring the Slime, a common enemy and mascot of the series.[36]

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Slime MoriMori Dragon Quest: Shōgeki no Shippo Dan November 14, 2003[59] none none
Notes:
  • Released on Game Boy Advance
  • Translates as Slime of Gusto Dragon Quest: Ballistic Tails Brigade
Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime December 1, 2005[60] September 19, 2006[60] none
Notes:
  • Released on the Nintendo DS
  • Originally released in Japan as Slime of Gusto Dragon Quest 2: Tails Brigade and the Giant Tank (スライムもりもりドラゴンクエスト2 大戦車としっぽ団?, Suraimu MoriMori Doragon Kuesuto 2: Daisensha to Shippo Dan)
Slime MoriMori Dragon Quest 3: Taikaizoku to Shippo Dan November 2, 2011[61] none none
Notes:
  • Released on Nintendo 3DS
  • Translates as Slime of Gusto Dragon Quest 3: Tails Brigade and the Great Pirate Ship

Itadaki Street[edit]

Itadaki Street (いただきストリート Itadaki Sutorīto?, lit. "Top Street") is a computer board game series. Several of the titles in the series feature characters and enemies from Dragon Quest games.[62]

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special December 22, 2004[63] none none
Notes:
Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable May 5, 2006[64] none none
Notes:
Itadaki Street DS June 21, 2007[65] none none
Notes:
Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Mobile February 3, 2011[66] none none
Notes:
Fortune Street December 1, 2011[67] December 5, 2011[67] December 28, 2011[67]
Notes:
  • Released on Wii
  • Titled Itadaki Street Wii (いただきストリートWii?) in Japan and Boom Street in Europe

Monster Battle Road[edit]

Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road (ドラゴンクエスト モンスターバトルロード Doragon Kuesutō Monsutā Batoru Rōdo?) is a series of arcade and video games focused on collecting real-life cards with monster data imprinted on them and using them to battle opponents.[68]

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road June 2007[69] none none
Notes:
Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road II September 11, 2009[70] none none
Notes:
  • Released as an arcade Game
Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road Victory July 15, 2010[71] none none
Notes:
  • Released on Wii

Other[edit]

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Kenshin Dragon Quest: Yomigaerishi Densetsu no Ken September 19, 2003[72] none none
Notes:
  • Released as a television game
  • Translates as Swordmaster Dragon Quest: Resurrection of the Legendary Sword
Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors July 12, 2007[73] February 19, 2008[73] May 9, 2008[73]
Notes:
  • Released on the Wii
Dragon Quest Wars June 24, 2009[74] September 28, 2009[74] October 9, 2009[74]
Notes:
Dragon Quest Heroes: The Dark Dragon February 26, 2015 2015 2015
Notes:

Television and film[edit]

Title Original release date

Japan

North America

PAL region

Dragon Quest Fantasia Video 1988[75] none none
Notes:
Dragon Warrior: Legend of the Hero Abel December 2, 1989[76] 1990[77] none
Notes:
  • Titled Doragon Kuesuto – Yūsha Aberu Densetsu (ドラゴンクエスト – 勇者アベル伝説?, lit. Dragon Quest – Legend of the Brave Abel) in Japan
  • 43-episode anime television series[78]
  • American broadcast was of the first 13 episodes.[78]
  • Released on DVD in 2006[79]
Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibōken October 17, 1991[80] none none
Notes:
  • Translates to Dragon Quest – Dai's Great Adventure
  • 46-episode anime television series[78]
  • Based on manga series by the same name
Dragon Quest Retsuden: Roto no Monshō April 20, 1996[81] none none
Notes:
  • Translates to Dragon Quest Biography: Emblem of Roto
  • 45-minute, theatrically released anime film[81]
  • Based on manga series by the same name
Dragon Quest Ballet August 21, 2002[82] none none
Notes:
  • Recording of a performance by the Star Dancers Ballet published by SME Visual Works[82]
  • Based on Dragon Quest I, the ballet was first performed in 1995.[82]

Books and manga[edit]

Title Details
Dragon Quest Game Books

1988–96 – Book[83]
Notes:


Legend in the Dark series

1988–94 – Book[83]
Notes:
  • Collections of illustrated short stories about characters from the games
  • Dragon Quest III Legend in the Dark (ドラゴンクエストIII知られざる伝説?) (1988) (JP) ISBN 978-4-900527-00-3
  • Dragon Quest IV Legend in the Dark (ドラゴンクエストIV知られざる伝説?) (1990) (JP) ISBN 978-4-900527-48-5
  • Roto: Dragon Quest Legend in the Dark 2 (ドラゴンクエスト知られざる伝説ロト2?) (1992) (JP) ISBN 978-4-900527-82-9
  • Dragon Quest V Legend in the Dark (ドラゴンクエストV知られざる伝説?) (1994) (JP) ISBN 978-4-87025-775-7


Dragon Quest Master's Club

1988–91 – Book[84][85]
Notes:
  • Collections of fan art based on all of the games released up to that book
  • Dragon Quest III Master's Club (ドラゴンクエストIII マスターズクラブ?) (1988, (JP) ISBN 978-4-8806-3487-6)
  • Dragon Quest IV Master's Club (ドラゴンクエストIV マスターズクラブ?) (1991, (JP) ISBN 978-4-7966-0084-2)


Dragon Quest novelizations

1989–2001 – Book[83]
Notes:
  • Novelizations of games in the series
  • Books have been republished in multiple formats, often split across multiple volumes
  • Dragon Quest I – Hideo Takayashiki
  • Dragon Quest II – Hideo Takayashiki
  • Dragon Quest III – Hideo Takayashiki
  • Dragon Quest IV – Saori Kumi
  • Dragon Quest V – Saori Kumi
  • Dragon Quest VI – Saori Kumi
  • Dragon Quest VII – Hiroyuki Domon
  • Torneko no Daibōken: Fushigi no Dungeon – Yumiko Tsukamoto


Dragon Quest Monster Story

July 31, 1989 – Book[83]
Notes:


Dragon Quest Item Story

December 21, 1989 – Book[83]
Notes:


Perfect Collection Dragon Quest

1990–97 – Book[83]
Notes:
  • Series of books containing artwork, interviews, and guides for the series
  • Perfect Collection Dragon Quest 1990 (ドラゴンクエストパーフェクトコレクション1990, (JP) ISBN 978-4-900527-25-6)
  • Perfect Collection Dragon Quest Summer Vacation (ドラゴンクエストパーフェクトコレクション夏休み号, 1990 (JP) ISBN 978-4-900527-39-3)
  • Perfect Collection Dragon Quest 1991 (ドラゴンクエストパーフェクトコレクション1991 (JP) ISBN 978-4-900527-55-3)
  • Perfect Collection Dragon Quest 1992 (ドラゴンクエストパーフェクトコレクション1992 (JP) ISBN 978-4-900527-80-5)
  • Perfect Collection Dragon Quest 1993 (ドラゴンクエストパーフェクトコレクション1993 (JP) ISBN 978-4-87025-702-3)
  • Perfect Collection Dragon Quest 1995 (ドラゴンクエストパーフェクトコレクション1995 (JP) ISBN 978-4-87025-788-7)
  • Perfect Collection Dragon Quest 1996 (ドラゴンクエストパーフェクトコレクション1996 (JP) ISBN 978-4-87025-855-6)
  • Perfect Collection Dragon Quest 1997 (ドラゴンクエストパーフェクトコレクション1997 (JP) ISBN 978-4-87025-929-4)


Dragon Quest: Legend of the Rubis Spirit

1990–92 – Book[83]
Notes:


Dragon Quest 4Koma Manga

1990–2003 – Manga[86]
Notes:
  • 4koma manga featuring various characters from the Dragon Quest series
  • Consists of several series of books
  • Dragon Quest 4Koma Manga Gekijou (18 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest 4Koma Manga Gekijou Extra (20 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest 4Koma Manga Gekijou Gangan (12 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest 4koma Manga
  • Dragon Quest 4koma Manga Daizenshuu (3 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest 4Koma Manga 1P Gekijou (8 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest III 4Koma
  • Dragon Quest IV 4Koma
  • Dragon Quest V 4Koma (3 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest VII 4Koma (8 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest VIII 4Koma (3 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest IX 4Koma
  • Torneco no Daibouken 4koma (4 volumes)
  • Torneco no Daibouken 2 4koma (2 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibouken 3 Mystery Dungeon 4koma (2 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest Monsters Terry's Wonderland 4Koma (5 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest Monsters 2 4Koma (3 volumes)
  • Dragon Quest Monsters Caravan Heart 4Koma


The Road to Dragon Quest

January 31, 1990 – Manga[83]
Notes:
  • One-volume manga detailing the development of Dragon Quest
  • Designed by Hiroyuki Takizawa and drawn by Shotaro Ishinomori


Dragon Quest IV Monsters

September 28, 1990 – Book[83]
Notes:
  • Book of stories based on the enemies of Dragon Quest IV



1991–97 – Manga[87]
Notes:


Dragon Quest IV: World Travel Sketches

April 12, 1991 – Book[83]
Notes:


Dragon Quest Game Land

1993–94 – Book[83]
Notes:


Dragon Quest: Legend of the Rubis Spirit

1993–95 – Manga[88]
Notes:
  • Adapted from same name novel
  • Drawing by Yutaka Abe
  • 7 issues


Adventure story of Torneko Family

1995–97 – Manga[89]
Notes:


Dragon Quest – Maboroshi no Daichi

1997–2001 – Manga[87]
Notes:


Dragon Quest: Virtual Butler Jin

1997–98 – Manga[89]
Notes:


Dragon Quest: Princess Alena

1998–2000 – Manga[90]
Notes:
  • Written by Mamiko Yasaka and Yasuhiro Komatsuzaki
  • 5 issues
  • Based on Dragon Quest IV Chapter 2 March of the Capricious Princess.


Dragon Quest Tenkuu Monogatari

1998–2004 – Manga[90]
Notes:
  • Written by Chino Yukimiya
  • Translates to Dragon Quest Sky Story
  • Features the children from Dragon Quest V
  • 11 issues


Encyclopedia Seal Collection – Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry's Wonderland

March 19, 1999 – Book[83]
Notes:


Dragon Quest Monsters +

2000–03 – Manga[87]
Notes:
  • Written by Mine Yoshizaki
  • 5 issues
  • Follows the various slime characters of the series
  • Republished in 2012


Dragon Quest VII Warriors of Eden

2001–06 – Manga[87]
Notes:


Dragon Quest IV Gaiden: Infernal Labyrinth

August 7, 2002 – Manga[91]
Notes:
  • Written by Inada Koji
  • Features side-story to Dragon Quest IV
  • Also include Koji's 1990 manga series Dragon Quest I Secret: Dragonload Baribari Team (Dorakue Wan Hiden Ryūō Baribari Tai)[92]



1989–96 – Manga[93]
Notes:


Dragon Quest Retsuden: Roto no Monshō Returns

2005 – Manga[94]
Notes:
  • Side-story of Dragon Quest Retsuden: Roto no Monshō


Dragon Quest Retsuden: Roto no Monshō ~Monshō o Tsugumono-tachi e~

2005–present – Manga[95]
Notes:
  • Translates as Dragon Quest Biography: Emblem of Roto: Those Who Inherit the Emblem
  • Sequel to Dragon Quest Retsuden: Roto no Monshō


Dragon Quest: Sōten no Soura

2013–present – Manga[96]
Notes:


Music and soundtracks[edit]

Title Release date Length Label Ref.
Dragon Quest Suite May 10, 1986 48:35 Apollon [97]
Dragon Quest in Brass July 5, 1988 46:13 Apollon [98]
Dragon Quest on Electone September 21, 1988 43:13 Apollon [99]
Dragon Quest on Piano Vol. 1 August 10, 1990 46:18 Apollon [100]
Dragon Quest I CD Theater July 19, 1991 1:14:30 Enix [101]
Dragon Quest I Remix Symphonic Suite January 12, 1994 42:44 Sony Records [102]
Dragon Quest I & II Symphonic Suite August 23, 2000 1:01:59 SPE Visual Works [103]
Dragon Quest I Symphonic Suite March 21, 2007 43:04 Aniplex [104]
Dragon Quest II Suite February 5, 1987 48:35 Apollon [105]
Dragon Quest on Piano Vol. 2 August 10, 1990 50:02 Apollon [106]
Dragon Quest II CD Theater December 13, 1991 1:14:40 Enix [107]
Dragon Quest II ~Marriage Waltz~ December 20, 1991 1:14:40 Apollon [108]
Dragon Quest II Remix Symphonic Suite February 21, 1994 42:44 Sony Records [109]
Dragon Quest II Symphonic Suite April 20, 2005 37:58 Aniplex [110]
Dragon Quest III Symphonic Suite (NHK Symphony Orchestra) March 7, 1988 1:07:39 Apollon [111]
Dragon Quest III Naoshi Kougami Vocal June 21, 1988 6:58 Apollon [112]
March Dragon Quest III July 5, 1988 14:44 Apollon [108]
Dragon Quest III CD Theater March 20, 1993 2:13:46 Enix [113]
Dragon Quest III Remix Symphonic Suite December 12, 1996 52:06 Sony Records [114]
Dragon Quest III And Into the Legend April 21, 1997 59:38 Sony Records [115]
Dragon Quest III Symphonic Suite (London Philharmonic Orchestra) August 23, 2000 52:06 SPE Visual Works [116]
Symphonic Suite Dragon Quest III Symphonic Suite & Game Boy Color Original Soundtrack March 7, 2001 1:16:40 SPE Visual Works [117]
Dragon Quest III Symphonic Suite (Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra) April 20, 2005 54:20 SPE Visual Works [118]
Dragon Quest IV Symphonic Suite (NHK Symphony Orchestra) March 13, 1990 1:43:31 Apollon [119]
Dragon Quest IV in Brass October 21, 1990 1:00:13 Apollon [120]
March Dragon Quest IV October 21, 1990 16:41 Apollon [108]
Dragon Quest IV on Electone December 16, 1990 48:12 Apollon [121]
Dragon Quest IV CD Theater Vol. 1 January 1, 1994 1:04:54 Enix [122]
Dragon Quest IV CD Theater Vol. 2 January 28, 1994 1:10:32 Enix [123]
Dragon Quest IV CD Theater Vol. 3 March 11, 1994 1:14:56 Enix [124]
Dragon Quest IV Symphonic Suite (London Philharmonic Orchestra) February 6, 1991 1:06:07 Apollon [125]
Dragon Quest IV Symphonic Suite (London Philharmonic Orchestra Remastered) August 28, 2000 1:06:02 SPE Visual Works [126]
Dragon Quest IV Symphonic Suite & PlayStation Original Soundtrack December 19, 2001 2:07:10 SPE Visual Works [127]
Dragon Quest IV Concert Live in 2002 December 18, 2002 1:21:28 SPE Visual Works [128]
Dragon Quest IV Symphonic Suite (Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra) May 18, 2005 1:12:09 SPE Visual Works [129]
Dragon Quest V ~ Strongest Book of Guidance August 12, 1992 3:18 Apollon [108]
Dragon Quest V Symphonic Suite (NHK Symphony Orchestra) October 21, 1992 1:35:18 Apollon [130]
Dragon Quest V in Brass March 5, 1993 49:44 Apollon [131]
Dragon Quest V on Piano August 10, 1990 53:19 Apollon [132]
Dragon Quest V on Electone June 21, 1993 42:50 Apollon [133]
Dragon Quest V CD Theater Vol. 1 October 19, 1994 1:13:34 Enix [134]
Dragon Quest V CD Theater Vol. 2 November 22, 1994 1:14:53 Enix [135]
Dragon Quest V CD Theater Vol. 3 January 6, 1996 1:07:32 Enix [136]
Dragon Quest V Symphonic Suite (London Philharmonic Orchestra) August 23, 2000 54:00 SPE Visual Works [137]
Dragon Quest V Symphonic Suite (Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra) June 23, 2004 57:14 Aniplex [138]
Dragon Quest VI Symphonic Suite (London Philharmonic Orchestra) December 21, 1995 2:04:56 Sony Records [139]
Dragon Quest VI on Piano February 21, 1996 1:06:36 Sony Records [140]
Dragon Quest VI on Electone April 21, 1996 44:25 Sony Records [141]
Dragon Quest VI in Brass June 1, 1996 45:03 Sony Records [142]
Dragon Quest VI CD Theater Vol. 1 October 20, 1996 1:08:20 Enix [143]
Dragon Quest VI CD Theater Vol. 2 November 18, 1996 1:12:06 Enix [144]
Dragon Quest VI Symphonic Suite (London Philharmonic Orchestra Remastered) August 23, 2000 1:10:47 SPE Visual Works [145]
Dragon Quest VI Symphonic Suite (Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra) July 19, 2006 1:09:48 Aniplex [146]
Dragon Quest VII Symphonic Suite & Original Soundtrack September 6, 2000 2:15:24 SME Visual Works [147]
Dragon Quest VII Symphonic Suite SACD November 1, 2000 1:18:30 SME Visual Works [148]
Dragon Quest VII on Piano February 21, 1996 57:46 SME Visual Works [149]
Dragon Quest VII Symphonic Suite (Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra) October 20, 2006 1:22:39 Aniplex [150]
Dragon Quest VIII Original Soundtrack December 22, 2004 1:56:32 Aniplex [151]
Dragon Quest VIII Symphonic Suite June 22, 2005 1:22:17 Aniplex [152]
Dragon Quest IX Original Soundtrack & Synthesizer Suite August 5, 2009 2:24:12 King Records [153]
Dragon Quest IX Symphonic Suite February 10, 2010 1:05:48 King Records [154]
Dragon Quest X Symphonic Suite December 5, 2012 55:04 King Records [155]
Dragon Quest Torneko's Adventure Symphonic Suite October 21, 1993 52:37 Sony Records [156]
Dragon Quest Torneko's Adventure CD Theater July 29, 1994 1:11:56 Enix [157]
Dragon Quest Torneko's Adventure 2 Symphonic Suite January 21, 2000 56:56 SPE Visual Works [158]
Dragon Quest Monsters Synthesizer Suite & Original Soundtrack October 31, 1998 1:03:54 Sony Records [159]
Dragon Quest Monsters II Synthesizer Suite & Original Soundtrack April 11, 2001 1:14:05 SPE Visual Works [160]
Dragon Quest Swords Original Soundtrack August 22, 2007 1:02:05 Aniplex [161]
Dragon Quest Best Songs Selection ~ Loula May 26, 1993 30:45 Polystar [162]
Dragon Quest Live Best Selection November 2, 1994 1:10:08 Sony Records [163]
Dragon Quest Symphonic Suite Best Selection Vol. 1 ~Roto~ July 21, 1997 54:21 Sony Records [164]
Dragon Quest Symphonic Suite Best Selection Vol. 2 ~Tenku~ September 21, 1997 1:12:15 Sony Records [165]
Dragon Quest Symphonic Suite Best Selection ~ Roto / Tenku October 22, 1997 2:06:36 Sony Records [166]
Dragon Quest Symphonic Suite The Best March 23, 2001 1:12:56 SPE Visual Works [167]
Dragon Quest Symphonic Suite The Best 2 March 22, 2002 2:11:01 SPE Visual Works [168]
Dragon Quest Game Music Super Collection Vol. 1 December 5, 2001 3:15:43 SPE Visual Works [169]
Dragon Quest Game Music Super Collection Vol. 2 January 9, 2002 3:20:00 SPE Visual Works [170]
Dragon Quest Game Music Super Collection Vol. 3 February 6, 2002 3:30:10 SPE Visual Works [171]
Dragon Quest Symphonic Suite Complete CD Box January 22, 2003 6:36:42 SPE Visual Works [172]
Dragon Quest in Concert (Family Classic Concert) October 21, 1987 1:15:07 Apollon [173]
Dragon Quest in Concert (Family Classic Concert 2) November 21, 1988 1:09:50 Apollon [174]
Dragon Quest ~Jipangu World~ June 21, 1991 53:29 Apollon [175]
Dragon Quest Brass Suite October 6, 1993 59:53 Telarc International Corporation [176]
Dragon Quest Legend November 18, 1996 1:42:47 PolyGram [177]
Dragon Quest String Quartet December 7, 2005 1:20:29 Aniplex [178]
Dragon Quest Brass Quintet February 22, 2006 54:33 Aniplex [179]
Dragon Quest Brass Quintet II October 24, 2007 46:17 Aniplex [180]
Dragon Quest Brass Quintet III February 4, 2009 46:17 Aniplex [181]
Dragon Quest Best Dance Mix March 4, 2009 42:17 Avex Trax [182]
Dragon Quest Wind Ensemble July 21, 2010 1:00:59 King Records [183]
Dragon Quest Wind Ensemble II September 22, 2010 1:05:47 King Records [184]
Symphonic Suite Dragon Quest Scene-Separated I~IX October 5, 2011 9:20:32 King Records [185]

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