In preparation for the launch of a brand-new Japanese Dragon Quest website, Enix is now holding a contest to determine the "name" of the site.
With the website's design heralding back to the old gaming-site tradition of representing itself as a "town", the contest, which ends on the 9th, allows site visitors to enter a suggestion for the "town's" name. Enix staff will review all the submissions, and decide on which name to use by the 18th. In addition to the winning name becoming the official title of the site, the
person who submitted it will receive a free copy of the upcoming PlayStation version of Dragon Quest IV.
All entries must be submitted in Japanese, so all those bilingual folks out there still have a chance. Even if you may not end up being eligible to win Dragon Quest IV, as they will likely only ship to folks who provide a Japanese address, there's always the chance to go down in the annals of Dragon Quest history...