The collection, which arrives in Japan on September 15, includes five games: the Famicom versions of Dragon Quest I, Dragon Quest II, and Dragon Quest III, and the Super Famicom remakes Dragon Quest I & II and Dragon Quest III.
The Dragon Quest X video will be on the main disc, meaning September is the latest we’ll get our first look at the game. The game was announced in 2008.
The collection will also include: an unchanged reprinting of the classic guides for the first three games, totaling in 130 pages; a recreation of the classic “small medal,” only included in first print copies; a Dragon Quest art collection, accessed by the game disc; and a newly-produced opening animation for the first three games, created by Kamikaze Douga.
The collection will launch for 4,440 yen ($54).