Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince Square Enix Cafe Collab Event Announced

Square Enix has announced a celebratory cafe collaboration for the upcoming Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince. It is set to occur at the Square Enix Cafe in Akihabara, Tokyo between December 2, 2023 and January 12, 2024, and various merchandise and meals will be available.

Regarding the latter, you can view the translated foods and drinks of this collaboration via our team’s Ryuji:

Food Menu:

  • Four Seasons Pizza: ¥1,500
  • Fizzy’s Fried Chicken Parfait: ¥1,300
  • Honey Waterfall Sweet Pancakes: ¥1,250
  • Hanamaki Drago’s Colorful Flower Salad: ¥1,000
  • Psaro’s Squid Ink Pasta w/ Magma Tomato Sauce: ¥1,300
  • Slime Steamed Meat Bun & Fizzy Set: ¥1,150

Drink Menu:

  • Fizzy’s Special Drink: ¥900
  • Psaro’s Magma Soda: ¥880
  • Haoujou Castle Swamp Juice: ¥880
  • Sweet Sweet Strawberry Ore at Amamitoro: ¥930
  • Black Sesame Latte: ¥880
  • Furai Slime’s Joule Squash: ¥900

You can view images of the food and drinks via our gallery below:

Further, ordering any menu item will grant a bonus coaster. Purchasable merchandise will include apparel like T-shirts and other items like acrylic stands and clear files. You can view Famitsu’s coverage or the cafe’s official website for additional details.

In case you missed it, check out our impressions of the Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince demo.

Be sure to check out our extensive coverage of this upcoming title.

In Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince, the demi-human protagonist, Psaro, was cursed by the ruler of the monster realm of Nadiria, also known as his father, making the youth incapable of harming any being with monster blood coursing through their veins.

To defy his fate, Psaro becomes a monster wrangler, amassing a sizeable monster following during his quest for vengeance. Additionally, he’ll make new allies, including the elf Rose and the enigmatic Toilen Trubble.

Combat will consist of eight party members, with four being active and another four being in reserves. Further, you can manually control your monsters’ actions every turn or set predetermined tactics to let the AI decide, like ‘Show No Mercy’ or ‘Focus on Healing.’

In battle, monsters can enter a frenzied state born from desperation in dire scenarios, enabling greater damage output and additional chances to perform an action. Players can also look forward to monster fusion and several season-based environments to traverse, each with their own creatures.

Dragon Quest Monsters The Dark Prince will launch for Nintendo Switch on December 1, 2023. A free demo is now available via the Switch eShop.

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Orpheus Joshua

Random gamer equally confused by the mainstream and the unusual.

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