The Zenithia Trilogy is a set of Nintendo DS games released in North America and Europe by Square Enix, specifically Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen, Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride, and Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie. Each is also a remake of a previously Japan only Dragon Quest game published by Enix. In Japan, the original games Dragon Quest IV, Dragon Quest V, and Dragon Quest VI and their subsequent remakes on PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and DS are called the Tenku. They are named for Zenithia, a recurring element in each of the three games.
The release of these DS games also marks the first official English localization for Dragon Quest V and Dragon Quest VI (pending release). Previously, both games' original Super Famicom release was later unofficially localized by Partial Translations and NoPrgress, respectively.
The term Zenithia trilogy (or Castle in the Sky trilogy) is also used generally to describe Dragon Quest IV, V, and VI. The term arose from the presence of a Zenithian sky castle in each game; however, the plot of each game does not specifically reference the other games in the series. This detail separates it from the Erdrick trilogy.
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