"Nothing quite compares to DQVII"
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is one of the most substantial releases of the year on 3DS, and it's a long-awaited remaster for fans of the series. Compared to the original it delivers a major visual overhaul, along with improvements to make it more suitable for portable gaming. What cannot be...
"We make sure that the users are able to resonate with the storylines"
This year's PAX West was good to us here at Nintendo Life. We had the chance to play some upcoming games, meet some interesting people, and talk to some of our favourite game developers. Between all of the commotion and excitement, at the top of our list of "best PAX moments" was...
Still featuring THAT music
It's easy to overlook the fact that Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is getting rather close to release in the West, arriving on 16th September. The 3DS title could keep fans of the series busy for weeks and months, with this being a notoriously lengthy entry in the franchise. As it has with complex...
Yep, it has that music we all love...
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is sure to be near the top of a number of 3DS wishlists this year, and with its release getting ever closer Nintendo is stepping up its efforts to promote the Square Enix title. The big N is starting a new video series that will gradually show off various...
The old and the new
There are a small group of titles coming to the 3DS in 2016 that will target a broad audience, but one Summer release in particular has engaged a dedicated group of RPG fans - Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past. The wait for localisation certainly made some rather unhappy, especially in Europe where the PS1...
According to Nintendo's E3 website
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past had a fairly lengthy showcase on the Nintendo Treehouse stream today, giving us a good look at how well it's transitioned to 3DS. We also heard how fan-power made the localisation happen, with letters from fans in France ap
Taking matters into their own hands
Square Enix is asleep at the wheel - it isn't bringing amazing JRPGs like the 3DS update of Dragon Quest VII to the west. The company has previously stated that it is unsure there's enough demand in North America and Europe to justify the cost of localising the title, while the Wii U title Dragon Quest X is...
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