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Submitted by Gekko 1094d ago | opinion piece

Dragon Quest VII: Eden no Senshi-tachi Impressions | Nintendo World Report

Danny Bivens: ''In Japan, Dragon Quest is synonymous with RPGs. The height of fandom for the series has its base here, with millions of people lining up to purchase every new entry. The Nintendo DS was the home of many great games in the series, including re-releases and new spin-offs in the franchise. Dragon Quest VII: Eden no Senshi-tachi (The Warriors of Eden), the second Dragon Quest title on the Nintendo 3DS, looks to continue this tradition. It’s not perfect, but after playing a little over four hours, I’ve had a lot of fun.'' (3DS, Dragon Quest VII Remake)

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