Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past News


  • Feature Best Nintendo 3DS RPGs

    A quest for the best

    As the 3DS's sixth year in the world draws to a close, we can already look back on its impressively varied library with wonder; along with plenty of standout platformers, life sims, rhythm games, and puzzlers, it's also carved out a particular niche by delivering an almost non-stop barrage of first class RPGs. Responsible for...








  • News Dragon Quest Museum Planned to Open in Japan This Summer

    Now that's an aniversary celebration

    It's hard to believe, but the Dragon Quest games have already been around for thirty years, and the traditional JRPG series has long been a popular mainstay of the genre. Though the western release of the latest game in the series - Dragon Quest X – is still uncertain, we're set to get the 3DS remakes of Dragon...


  • News Dragon Quest VII Set for a Summer Release in North America

    News to warm you up

    As eager watchers of the November Nintendo Direct last year will recall, Nintendo confirmed that both Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past and Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King are coming to the West in 2016. At that time it was confirmed that VII would come first with VIII to follow later in the year,...


  • News The Square Enix Teases for Dragon Quest 3DS Localisations Ramp Up

    Could it finally happen?

    Dragon Quest is a franchise with a decent recent history on Nintendo portables, exemplified by the global release of Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies on 3DS. Since that time it's been a franchise - from a Nintendo fans' perspective - stuck in Japan, however, with a Dragon Quest VII re-release on 3DS in Spring...


  • News Square Enix Shuts Down Dragon Quest VII Fan Translation Project

    Hopefully points to official localisation

    A Dragon Quest VII re-release arrived on 3DS in Japan back in early 2013, yet fans in the West have seen over two years pass with no sniff of a localised version. Square Enix suggested last year that it needs confidence in the size of the audience, yet the absence of news seemed to spur on fans in other...