Nintendo showed off some new footage for Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past during its Treehouse Live stream at E3, lining up the localized Nintendo 3DS version for September 16 in North America and Europe. Dig into the E3 trailer after the jump.
Originally slated for a summer launch, Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is now coming to Nintendo 3DS in the west later this year. While we wait for the updated port, we can at least enjoy the trailer that debuted during this past week's Nintendo Direct presentation. Hit the jump for more.
The smartphone version of Dragon Quest VII is coming to Japan with a few new features. Based on the Nintendo 3DS version—with some tweaks in place, including random encounters instead of symbol encounters—and optimized for smartphones, Dragon Quest VII hits Japan on September 17. Hit the jump for screens and more.
If you happen to find yourself in Japan early next year you'll be able to enjoy the fruits of a partnership between McDonald's and Nintendo in the form of games made just for the fast food chain. One such game is Dragon Quest VII: McDonald's' Mysterious Stone Tablet, which will be available to play starting in January 2013. Pics and more past the break!
We've seen a couple batches of screens recently, but a newly released trailer shows just how much better Dragon Quest VII is looking on Nintendo 3DS. Originally released for PlayStation in 2000, Dragon Quest VII has a number of improvements on 3DS, and you can see it in action after the jump.