Itadaki Street: Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary
|Itadaki Street Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary|
|Released||October 19, 2017 (Japan)|
|Genre||console board game|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 4|
Sony PlayStation Vita
|Rating||CERO: A (All Ages)|
|Media||Blu-ray Disc (PS4)|
PS Vita Card (Vita)
|Input||DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller|
Itadaki Street Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary (いただきストリート ドラゴンクエスト&ファイナルファンタジー 30th ANNIVERSARY, Itadaki Sutorīto Doragon Kuesuto & Fainaru Fantajī 30th Anibāsarī) is the latest iteration of the Itadaki Street series released by Square Enix for both the Sony PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation Vita.
It was released in order to commemorate the 30th anniversary of both game series, with the Dragon Quest series starting in 1986 and Final Fantasy released in 1987. The character illustrations were done by Shiro Amano, who has worked on the Itadaki Street series from the beginning. Many characters in the game were fully voiced for the first time. Cross-play and cross-saves between the two consoles is possible.
This game includes a Museum mode, in which players can unlock and watch famous scenes from both series. There is a demo for the game featuring Carver, Anlucia, Yuna and Kefka, and the Trodain stage.
Characters from the Dragon Quest series
- Alena (from DQ IV): Voiced by Shoko Nakagawa.
- Kiryl (from DQ IV): Voiced by Hikaru Midorikawa.
- Torneko Taloon (from DQ IV): Voiced by Chafurin.
- Bianca Whitaker (from DQ V): Voiced by Marina Inoue.
- Nera Briscoletti (from DQ V): Voiced by Kana Hanazawa.
- Terry (from DQ VI): Voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya. (Newcomer)
- Carver (from DQ VI): Voiced by Hiroki Yasumoto.
- Maribel Mayde (from DQ VII): Voiced by Aoi Yuuki
- Jessica Albert (from DQ VIII): Voiced by Ayana Taketatsu.
- Angelo (from DQ VIII): Voiced by Yoshimasa Hosoya.
- Erinn (from DQ IX): Voiced by Megumi Han. (Newcomer)
- Anlucia (from DQ X): Voiced by Saori Hayami. (Newcomer)
- Nelgel (from DQ X): Voiced by Takashi Kondō. (Newcomer)
- Sylvando (from DQ XI): Voiced by Masaya Onosaka. (Newcomer)
- Healix (from Heroes II: Voiced by Rie Kugimiya. He is not a playable character, however.
Characters from the Final Fantasy series
- Golbez (from FF IV): Voiced by Takeshi Kaga. (Newcomer)
- Gilgamesh (from FF V): Voiced by Kazuya Nakai. (Newcomer)
- Kefka Palazzo (from FF VI): Voiced by Shigeru Chiba. (Newcomer)
- Cloud Strife (from FF VII)
- Sephiroth (from FF VII)
- Squall Leonhart (from FF VIII): Voiced by Hideo Ishikawa.
- Selphie Tilmitt (from FF VIII)
- Zidane Tribal (from FF IX): Voiced by Romi Park.
- Tidus (from FF X)
- Yuna (from FF X): Voiced by Mayuko Aoki.
- Balthier (from FF XII): Voiced by Hiroaki Hirata.
- Lightning (from FF XIII): Voiced by Maaya Sakamoto.
- Mog (from FF XIII-2). Like Healix, he is a non-playable character.
- Minfilia Warde (from FF XIV): Voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro. (Newcomer)
- Noctis Lucis Caelum (from FF XV): Voiced by Tatsuhisa Susuki. (Newcomer)
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Stages from the Dragon Quest series
- Dragonlord's Castle (from DQ DQ)
- Rendarak (from DQ II)
- Alltrades Abbey (from DQ II)
- Mount Magmageddon (from DQ V)
- Seabed Shrine (from DQ VI)
- Trodain (from DQ VIII)
- Kamiharumui Castle (from DQ X)
- Tower of Lost Time (from DQ XI)
Stages from the Final Fantasy series
- Crystal Tower (from FF III)
- Library of the Ancients (from FF V)
- Phantom Train (from FF VI)
- Gold Saucer (from FF VII)
- Alexandria (from FF IX)
- M.S. Prima Vista (from FF IX)
- Sunleth Waterscape (from FF XIII)
- Kingdom of Lucis (from FF XV)
- Since the original release of XI did not include any Japanese voice acting, Sylvando's Japanese voice debuted in this game.