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Dragon Quest VII

Traditional RPG
Dragon Quest
  • October 31, 2001
  • August 26, 2000
A- 4 total ratings
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Dragon Quest VII overview

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  • E3 2007 - Square Enix blames stagnation on gamers
    unclesam.PNGDragon Quest IX, as you may or may not know, began as an Action RPG. After twenty years of traditional (classic?) grinding, Square Enix was ready to follow the rest of the RPG genre in moving away from traditional combat systems into new, innovative avenues. What happened? You did, apparently. As a Square Enix spokesperson said at E3, "People didn't want the change. When you've sold over 40 million copies, you've got to listen to your fans." Apparently the same syndrome that affects children when they purchase movie-based games and perpetuate the creation of terrible licensed titles has also infected the RPG market. Can there be any hope for change, especially within a flagship series such as Dragon Quest? Kotaku
    news article 14 July 2007 by Ziyad  2  no new comments discusss permalink permalink
  • Ultimate Hits a hit
    fft-delita.PNGFive hundred thousand. That is the number of copies that Square Enix's Ultimate Hits budget series has sold since its inception in September 2005. Since then, it has been a remarkable tool for the company to curb the high prices associated with the sales of used titles and personally pocket the popularity of their classics. To accompany this tremendous success, Square Enix will be releasing no fewer than sixteen more titles into the Ultimate Hits line on July 20, including Valkyrie Profile and Final Fantasy Tactics. Are you listening, Konami? I want my Suikoden II. Full List
    news article 15 July 2006 by Ziyad  -32  no new comments discusss permalink permalink
  • Valkyrie Profile and Dragon Quest VII incite their vengeance
    vp_valkyrie.PNGFebruary 3 will see Square Enix release Playstation titles Valkyrie Profile and Dragon Quest VII under the PS One Books label for 2,625 yen ($25 USD) and 3,675 ($35 USD); respectively. The excuse...err..reason for the resurrection is said to be that both titles were released prior to the April 2003 Square Enix merger. The company also plans on releasing other best-sellers in Japan, but no kind of North American re-release has been announced. Game Watch
    news article 30 Nov 2004 by Ziyad  8  no new comments discusss permalink permalink

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imagename & role
Akira ToriyamaAkira Toriyama
Character and Monster Designer
Koichi SugiyamaKoichi Sugiyama
Music Composer
Yuji HoriiYuji Horii
Game Design
Yuji HoriiYuji Horii
Scenario Director
Yukinobu ChidaYukinobu Chida
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North America

Enix America
October 31, 2001


August 26, 2000

PSone Books

Square Enix
Febuary 3, 2005


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