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Submitted by Gekko 969d ago | news

3DS Remake Of Dragon Quest VII Features Visible Encounters

It was revealed a couple of months back that Dragon Quest VII would be making a return with a remake on the 3DS in Japan.

The game will largely stay true to the original, but it’s been confirmed that the random encounters system found in the PlayStation version have been changed to visible encounters on 3DS. Dragon Quest VII was the last in the series to use random encounters, as after the game’s release Enix Corporation merged with Squaresoft and all further Dragon Quest titles utilised visible foes throughout.

This new system will naturally make it easier for players to avoid unwanted battles and to seek out enemies with specific skills, but purists may be upset at the removal of random battles. (3DS, Dragon Quest VII Remake)

vork77  +   969d ago
three words oh hell yes
Ben_Rage_3  +   969d ago
^ this

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