The proper RPG is on its way to DS, where it's predicted to shift upwards of five million copies in Japan, but Wii owners needn't feel left out. This is, after all, the year of the Dragon Quest.
Swords is a much simpler affair, concentrating entirely on fighting, and given the substantial chunk of development time still remaining on the title, we're willing to bet it's not going to disappoint.
The latest screens show a high level of graphical polish, and the gameplay - a combination of magic, shielding and swordsmanship - seems varied enough to make this more than a novelty title. It's one of the world's most valuable game brands, so expect goodness.