Dragon Quest (Dragon Warrior for you NES-era gamers) might be the dopey little brother of Final Fantasy in America, but it's one of the most popular franchises over in Japan. 2005's Editors' Choice-winning Dragon Quest VIII helped renew American interest in the series--and with Dragon Quest IX on the way to the Nintendo DS, it's clear that Square-Enix isn't planning on letting the beloved franchise go with anything less than global enthusiasm.
Square-Enix has just revealed that even more Dragon Quest titles are on the way to the DS. The company is remaking Dragon Quest IV, V, and VI for Nintendo's portable. Their graphics and gameplay will be enhanced, much like the Final Fantasy III and upcoming Final Fantasy IV remakes. They'll probably be individual game releases, but I wouldn't yet rule out a multigame card, like Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls. We'll see what happens when Square-Enix reveals more details about the games.