Square Enix announced the Japanese release date for Dragon Quest X today, set to be released on March 30th. No word on if there will be a western localization for either North America or Europe.
The game plays the same as the Wii release, but with enhanced graphics as well as the ability to play the game exclusively on the GamePad. The game will be sold initially at 6,980 yen (roughly €55/£48/$75) and includes a bonus ticket for 20 days of free online play.
Nintendo will also be releasing a Dragon Quest X bundle including a premium Wii U console, Dragon Quest X, a black Pro Controller, a prepaid card loaded with 1,000 yen (roughly €7/£6/$11), and five super health orbs. The bundle will set you back 42,000 yen (or roughly €334/£292/$453). Whether or not this bundle is a good purchase is entirely up to you, but with many other bundles being released around the same time, it will be quite a difficult decision for new Wii U buyers.