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- A Compelling Narrative: Players will explore numerous dungeons across 3 time periods, the mythical kingdom of Atlantis, futuristic capital of the land of Eden, and present-day Tokyo.
- Character Customization Features: With 8 distinct classes, 40 voice options, and 96 appearance variations, gamers can create and customize the perfect dragon hunting team.
- Tons of Diversions: Players can develop character skills, participate in numerous side quests, and even go on dates.
- Languages: Enjoy the original Japanese voices and new English text.
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The long-awaited RPG series finally makes its way out of Japan with 7th Dragon III Code: VFD! In the year 2100, dragons have descended upon earth and humanity is at the mercy of these terrifying beasts. However, not all is lost. As the protagonist, the player will team up with Nodens Enterprises-a video game company dedicated to stopping the dragon menace-to become a dragon hunter and eventual savior of the universe. Although times are bleak, Nodens Enterprises has found a way to tip the scales in favor of mankind: By traveling through time to three different eras, the protagonist can upset the balance of the dragons' power. This will give them the edge to defeat the True Dragons, and stand a chance against the most powerful one of them all... the 7th Dragon: VFD.
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Make sure you check out the older titles in this series as well as this series gameplay wise has morphed a bit.
The art is gorgeous and fits with the theme of the game and the 3DS style. It's also nice that a class won't limit what your character or other party members look like. In Etrian Odyssey you're limited to one avatar with the class you choose versus in this game you can choose any. Also, you can change anytime you want if you don't like how your character looks or prefer a new one you've unlocked. I'm usually very good at determining what will happen during a game, movie, or book, however in this case, there were quite a few things I didn't see coming which was pleasantly surprising. One thing I didn't like was that a certain character is constantly forced onto you, but I just quickly skip through those scenes.
Other than that one thing, I don't have any other issues with a game.
All in all, a great buy.
The character selection and battle system is similar to that of Etrian Odyssey (but without the map making). While the fighting is turn-based their are a lot of unique abilities and team setups. It's fun to mix and match and find what strategies and match-ups work for you, plus all the character designs are really cute and stylish~
I have to say I love all the NPC's (my fav was Eigur) and they are all fun to meet and interact with. I wish there were more character specific quests personally.
If you like classic jrpg style games and stories it's probably a solid bet you'll like this game. However if you are unsure I recommend playing the demo (plus you get bonus items which are nice).
I really hope there are more games to come! This one is already in my top 5 :D I would love to see other games with the same gameplay but different settings and more character interaction moments/quests.
The story is good, not excellent but good!
the characters have some kind of personality of charisma that I actually like them.
The only complain that I have is the main character..... is so...... bland? The closest comparison that I can think is maybe with the avatar of Xenoblade Chronicles X if some of you have already played?
One thing kinda important is the spike of challenge that this game gives cause in one moment you can be eating the enemies in a dungeon/stage and in the next corner a boss can obliterate you in one minute, and after you finally defeated him the next dungeon enemies are a piece of cake again, so take that in account.
Good Dungeon game so far.Doesn't seem to be in 3D though.