Dragon Quest Monsters 20th anniversary ‘Coming-of-Age Ceremony’ live stream set for November 6

Looking back on the past and ahead at the future.

Dragon Quest Monsters Coming-of-Age Ceremony

Square Enix will host a “Dragon Quest Monsters Coming-of-Age Ceremony” broadcast in celebration of the series’ 20th anniversary on November 6 at 20:00 JST, the company announced. You will be able to watch it live on Niconico.

The broadcast will feature two parts: one looking back on the past 20 years of the Dragon Quest Monsters series, and another looking ahead at the future of the series. It will feature the following guests:

  • MC: Ayana Tsubaki (talent)
  • Yuji Horii (game designer)
  • Taichi Inuzuka (Dragon Quest Monsters series producer)
  • Takamasa Shiba (Dragon Quest Monsters: Super Light producer)
  • Yuuta Ashimine (Dragon Quest: Dokodemo Monster Parade producer)
  • Kento Yokota (Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age 3DS version producer)
  • Takeshi Uchikawa (Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age director)
  • Jin Fujisawa (Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker battle director)
  • Saito-V (V-Jump deputy editor)

Stay tuned.

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