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* NoDubForYou: Inverted with the game's initial release in Japan, which had no voice acting at all, while the western release a year later would include English voice acting. It would not be until the Nintendo Switch port in 2019 that the game would finally receive a Japanese voice track as well.


* MilestoneCelebration: While not quite released for Dragon Quest's 35th anniversary, the amount of callbacks to the franchise as a whole, and it western release being 35 years after the original game, help cement it as this for the Dragon Quest Franchise.

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* MilestoneCelebration: While not quite released for Dragon Quest's 35th 30th anniversary, the amount of callbacks to the franchise as a whole, and it western release being 35 30 years after the original game, help cement it as this for the Dragon Quest Franchise.

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* MilestoneCelebration: While not quite released for Dragon Quest's 35th anniversary, the amount of callbacks to the franchise as a whole, and it western release being 35 years after the original game, help cement it as this for the Dragon Quest Franchise.


* TheWikiRule: The [[https://dragon-quest.org/wiki/Main_Page Dragon Quest Wiki]] and Wikia [[http://dragonquest.wikia.com/wiki/Dragon_Quest_Wiki Dragon Quest Wiki]].

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* TheWikiRule: The [[https://dragon-quest.org/wiki/Main_Page Dragon Quest Wiki]] and Wikia Fandom [[http://dragonquest.wikia.fandom.com/wiki/Dragon_Quest_Wiki Dragon Quest Wiki]].


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: ''Dragon Quest XI'' was being considered as an open world title like ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of The Wild]]''.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: ''Dragon Quest XI'' was being considered as an open world title like ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of The the Wild]]''.


* TroubledProduction: Not the game as a whole, but the Switch port specifically. Creator/SquareEnix claims the reason that the port is taking so long is that the original game was built on an older version of Unreal Engine 4 that doesn't support the Switch, and that they need to update the game to a newer version of the engine, which is a significant undertaking.

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* TroubledProduction: Not the game as a whole, but the Switch port specifically. Creator/SquareEnix claims the reason that the port is taking so long is that the original game was built on an older version of Unreal Engine 4 that doesn't support the Switch, and that they need to update the game to a newer version of the engine, which is a significant undertaking. As a result of the Switch version coming out later, the developers chose to incorporate additional content to make up for the delay.


** Eleven for our hero, since this is the 11th main series Dragon Quest game.

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** Eleven for our hero, since this is the 11th main series Dragon Quest ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'' game.



* NoExportForYou: There are no plans to release the 3DS version outside of Japan.
* ContinuityNod:
** The map song in L'Academie de Notre Maître des Médailles is the castle song from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestV Dragon Quest V]]''.
** In the postgame the overworld music changes to the theme from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''.
** The tournament in Octagonia is a nod to ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Dragon Quest IV]]'', complete with the battle theme from IV and some expies.
** Erdwin and his companions look like the male hero, male warrior, male mage, and female sage from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''. They also speak in the YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestI Dragon Quest I]]''.
** One random NPC's dialog cites Erdrick as a potential name, but not in the proper context
* TroubledProduction: Not the game as a whole, but the Switch port specifically. Square-Enix claims the reason that the port is taking so long is that the original game was built on an older version of Unreal Engine 4 that doesn't support the Switch, and that they need to update the game to a newer version of the engine, which is a significant undertaking.

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* NoExportForYou: There are no plans to release the 3DS UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS version outside of Japan.
* ContinuityNod:
** The map song in L'Academie de Notre Maître des Médailles is the castle song from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestV Dragon Quest V]]''.
** In the postgame the overworld music changes to the theme from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''.
** The tournament in Octagonia is a nod to ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Dragon Quest IV]]'', complete with the battle theme from IV and some expies.
** Erdwin and his companions look like the male hero, male warrior, male mage, and female sage from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''. They also speak in the YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestI Dragon Quest I]]''.
** One random NPC's dialog cites Erdrick as a potential name, but not in the proper context
* TroubledProduction: Not the game as a whole, but the Switch port specifically. Square-Enix Creator/SquareEnix claims the reason that the port is taking so long is that the original game was built on an older version of Unreal Engine 4 that doesn't support the Switch, and that they need to update the game to a newer version of the engine, which is a significant undertaking.

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* TroubledProduction: Not the game as a whole, but the Switch port specifically. Square-Enix claims the reason that the port is taking so long is that the original game was built on an older version of Unreal Engine 4 that doesn't support the Switch, and that they need to update the game to a newer version of the engine, which is a significant undertaking.


** Erdwin and his companions look like the male hero, male warrior, male mage, and female sage from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''. They also speak in the YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe from the first dragon quest.

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** Erdwin and his companions look like the male hero, male warrior, male mage, and female sage from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''. They also speak in the YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe from the first dragon quest.''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestI Dragon Quest I]]''.


** Erdwin and his companions look like the male hero, male warrior, male mage, and female sage from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''.

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** Erdwin and his companions look like the male hero, male warrior, male mage, and female sage from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''. They also speak in the YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe from the first dragon quest.


** The tournament in Octagonia is a nod to [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Dragon Quest IV]]'', complete with the battle theme from IV and some expies.

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** In the postgame the overworld music changes to the theme from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''.
** The tournament in Octagonia is a nod to [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Dragon Quest IV]]'', complete with the battle theme from IV and some expies. expies.
** Erdwin and his companions look like the male hero, male warrior, male mage, and female sage from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestIII Dragon Quest III]]''.
** One random NPC's dialog cites Erdrick as a potential name, but not in the proper context


* ContinuityNod: The map song in L'Academie de Notre Maître des Médailles is the castle song from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestV Dragon Quest V]]''.

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The map song in L'Academie de Notre Maître des Médailles is the castle song from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestV Dragon Quest V]]''.V]]''.
** The tournament in Octagonia is a nod to [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Dragon Quest IV]]'', complete with the battle theme from IV and some expies.


* ContinuityNod: The map song in L'Academie de Notre Maître des Médailles is the castle song from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestV]]''.

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* ContinuityNod: The map song in L'Academie de Notre Maître des Médailles is the castle song from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestV]]''.''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestV Dragon Quest V]]''.

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* ContinuityNod: The map song in L'Academie de Notre Maître des Médailles is the castle song from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestV]]''.


* FanNickname: Eleven for our hero, since this is the 11th main series Dragon Quest game.

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Eleven for our hero, since this is the 11th main series Dragon Quest game.game.
** Eight is used as a codename for [[spoiler:Hendrik]] in order to not spoil his inclusion to the party.

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