Dragon Quest Monsters Terry no Wonderland SP Smartphone Game's Promo Video Streamed

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Port of 2012 3DS game launched on Wednesday

Square Enix began streaming a promotional video for its Dragon Quest Monsters Terry no Wonderland SP (Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry's Wonderland SP) smartphone game on Tuesday. The video debuted in a 20th anniversary livestream for the Dragon Quest Monsters spinoff game series that also announced the game on Tuesday.

The game is a port of the Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry's Wonderland 3D Nintendo 3DS game, which debuted in 2012. The game launched in Japan on Wednesday, November 7. For the first week of the release, the game costs 1,600 yen (about US$14), but the price will increase to 2,400 yen (about US$21) after that.

The smartphone game's various new features include auto-battles and effortless adventure, dozens of monsters for a total of more than 650, new skills, and a new El Dorado area. The game does not have real-time player battles, but it does include asynchronous battles.

The livestream also announced that a completely new game in the Dragon Quest Monsters series is in development. The new game's protagonists will be Erik and Mia from Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age.

The Dragon Quest Monsters series' first title, Dragon Warrior Monsters, launched for Game Boy Color in 1998. The most recent game in the series, Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 3, launched in 2016. The expanded Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 3 Professional version then launched for Nintendo 3DS in Japan in 2017.

Sources: "Tanjō 20-nen! 'Dragon Quest Monsters Seijinshiki'" livestream, Square Enix's YouTube channel

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