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Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past (3DS) (Remake)

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Novo trailer de Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past

 

 

Wii-Brasil.

 

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Nintendo anuncia novo Nintendo Direct focado no 3DS; transmissão será feita próxima quinta

 

A Nintendo anunciou que transmitirá um novo Nintendo Direct focado em jogos do 3DS nesta quinta, 1º de setembro, às 11h da manhã.

 

Você poderá assistir ao evento através deste link.:

 

http://www.nintendo.com/nintendo-direct/09-01-2016/

 

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Wii-Brasil. 

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A quem se interessar pela versão digital:

O jogo entrou em pré-venda na eshop BR por 157 Reais e 99 Centavos (preço que vem sendo praticado a certo tempo pela Nintendo na loja BR). Quem fizer a pré-venda ganha um tema (eu espero que habilitem depois pelo My Nintendo depois de um tempo). O preço nas outras lojas é o praticado normalmente nas lojas dos respectivos países.

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Muito bom o preço. Mas o que fode na compra digital da Nintendo é que fica atrelado ao aparelho o jogo. Se pifar o aparelho daí já era.

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Muito bom o preço. Mas o que fode na compra digital da Nintendo é que fica atrelado ao aparelho o jogo. Se pifar o aparelho daí já era.

Não Wiseman isso ai já mudou faz um bom tempo. Basta ter a NNID e não precisa mais ter medo. Se perder o aparelho, entra em contato com a Nintendo por email, diz seu NNID e eles transferem sua conta pro novo aparelho e desativam no anterior. O único problema é esse. Ao invés de você fazer isso sozinho como em qualquer outra empresa (Steam, PSN Live), você tem que pedir aos caras. Eu acho que também é necessário você ter o número de série do aparelho. Aquele adesivo branco que vem no código de barras atrás do 3DS.

Daí é só baixar tudo de novo.

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''Some notes on the video:

Iwata localized Dragon Warrior! Awesome! I didn't know that, but it sounds like something that he would have done.

They release DQ games only on Saturdays to make sure kids don't skip school.

He was from Enix originally. They had to do everything themselves prior to the merger with Square.

There have been 100 DQ games released.

His favorite vocation is the Shepard as it gives two great abilities. His favorite monster is the Woebergine. Favorite character is Maribel.''

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Reviews de Dragon Quest VII até agora: Média até então- 85

http://www.metacritic.com/game/3ds/dragon-quest-vii-fragments-of-the-forgotten-past/critic-reviews

Hobby Consolas Sep 13, 2016
92

If you seek classic Japanese RPG in its most traditional way, you'll be fully satisfied with this superb Dragon Quest VII remake. An incredibly long adventure, lots of secrets, charismatic characters and a good variety of vocational classes.

FNintendo Sep 13, 2016
90

Dragon Quest VII is a compelling, detailed and enriching work that is going to envelop players in its adventures and lure them to its passionate narrative. Throughout its worlds, Dragon Quest VII puts the player at the center of a beautifully-crafted story that stands out among other games of its time...and of all times as well. A truly unmissable opus which will only marvel anyone who puts their hands on it.

Gameblog.fr Sep 13, 2016
90

Like an old magical book, the dust just needed to be wiped off carefully to reawaken Dragon Quest VII's huge power. And that's exactly what ArtePiazza did, illuminating this world remelted through the third dimension, while multiple gameplay adjustments provide a more fluid experience. Fragments of the Past also kept very conservative traditions, hence embarking on such a long journey with so ancient - though proven - equipment demands real commitment. But by taking its time to tell the story, this generous episode delivers a sense of freedom, mystery, then a deep feeling of accomplishment at the end, treasures that are still rare these days.

Nintendo Life Sep 13, 2016
90

Dragon Quest VII is a JRPG masterpiece. If you played the PlayStation version back in the day, this is as perfect a remake as you could ask for, with beautiful 3D graphics, a smartly streamlined opening, and lots of welcome quality-of-life updates. And if this is your first time in Estard, you're in for a wonderful surprise — great writing, a fun class system, lovely animations and a stellar soundtrack make for a fully engrossing adventure throughout. It's a massive game, but don't let that scare you off; with short story-style pacing and a huge variety of settings, speech patterns, and scenarios, it feels less like an epic tome and more like a shelfful of storybooks stuffed into a 3DS cart. This is an absolute pleasure, and a must-play for RPG fans.

NintendoWorldReport Sep 13, 2016
90

It’s certainly a long game, and that can be daunting to many who just want a pick -up -and -play adventure. It also doesn’t change or revolutionize the RPG formula, but I would argue that it didn’t need to -; its simplicity is one of its best attributes. If you can put the time and effort into it, you’ll find that Dragon Quest VII is a charming, wonderful game that is full of heart - something that, in many ways, only a Dragon Quest game can accomplish.

Cubed3 Sep 13, 2016
90

It is long and it moves slowly with its story, with lots of things to see and do on the side, and levelling up being very slow; however, it never gets boring and manages to hook players with a loveable story and characters served masterfully through witty dialogue, good visuals (if not technically very impressive), and a fantastic soundtrack by maestro Sugiyama-san.

Lazygamer Sep 13, 2016
90

Dragon Quest 7: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is a huge but extremely charming and endearing game and stands as one of the best JRPGs I’ve played on the 3DS.

Attack of the Fanboy Sep 13, 2016
90

Dragon Quest VII was already a great game when it released on PS1 15 years ago, but the remade Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past takes that experience and improves on it twofold. The rebuilt visuals look great on the 3DS and pair well with the already exceptional story and gameplay to make Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past the definitive experience for the seventh entry in this long running franchise.

Nintendo Enthusiast Sep 13, 2016
85

While some people may not like the older sort of play style, I think it works great in this game. Couple that with a good story, mostly solid graphics, and an excellent musical score, and Dragon Quest VII is yet another “must-own” JRPG on the Nintendo 3DS.

Everyeye.it Sep 13, 2016
85

Quotation forthcoming.

Multiplayer.it Sep 13, 2016
85

Quotation forthcoming.

SpazioGames Sep 13, 2016
85

Quotation forthcoming.

Destructoid Sep 13, 2016
85

Nearly every Dragon Quest has added something unique to the gaming landscape as a whole, but Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is one of the best of the lot. As an RPG, VII simply begs to be played, though not necessarily on 3DS if you can swing it (or dig it out of a box somewhere).

Meristation Sep 13, 2016
85

Dragon Quest VII was a great PSX JRPG and now it's a more solid experience: the best graphics, an upgrade class system that is well-balanced and lot of content to discover.

Vandal Online Sep 13, 2016
82

This is a great example of how to make a remake while keeping the essence of the original adventure. It's a game that needs time, but it's also very rewarding.

The Games Machine Sep 13, 2016
80

The new Dragon Quest VII is a very good title, probably one of the best chapters in the saga, thanks to a new graphical engine and some well implemented old-school gameplay mechanics. The portable adventure from Square Enix will probably keep you entertained for hundreds of hours.

TheSixthAxis Sep 13, 2016
80

With the big push that Nintendo has given to Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past, it’s a shame that this is the black sheep of the main series. It’s not that it’s bad, far from it, and ArtePiazza have exceeded the original version in every way. Yet as much as I love the work they’ve done, the plodding nature of the game makes this the longest game in the series, for not necessarily the most compelling of reasons. A lovingly crafted game, and a dramatic improvement on the original, but not the best entry point to the franchise.

God is a Geek Sep 13, 2016
80

Accessible and incredibly deep, if you’re looking for a time-sink you won’t get much better than Dragon Quest VII.

XGN Sep 13, 2016
80

Dragon Quest 7 Fragments of the Forgotten Past for Nintendo 3DS is a great Turn-based RPG. The game doesn't set itself apart from other RPGs, but with the iconic art style, it doesn't have to.

IGN Sep 13, 2016
77

Despite the much-needed visual overhaul, if you spent 100+ hours with the PlayStation original there’s maybe not quite enough in this 3DS update to tempt you back. But if Dragon Quest VII doesn’t always justify the significant length of its journey, anyone looking for some good story content to last them well into the winter months will find a portable RPG that dwarfs most of its console counterparts.

IGN Italia Sep 13, 2016
74

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past is a classic JRPG with a lot of enjoyable content, but characterized by a slow pace.

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Nossa, IGN não é mais mãe? De resto, excelentes notas.

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Foda que simplesmente não tem lugar no tempo e espaço para mais um jogo, ainda mais com o novo SMT na sequência.

 

Desde o mês passado tá absurdo de lançamentos em todos os consoles, só coisa obrigatória

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Foda que simplesmente não tem lugar no tempo e espaço para mais um jogo, ainda mais com o novo SMT na sequência.

 

Desde o mês passado tá absurdo de lançamentos em todos os consoles, só coisa obrigatória

 

Calaboca e me beija.

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Entrevista interessantíssima aqui: 

http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2016/09/interview_we_embark_on_a_dragon_quest_with_noriyoshi_fujimoto

Dois pontos interessantes

''There are a lot of things that everybody did to make this happen, but one of the things was a Facebook petition that was very active. I think the thing that influenced us the most were the letters that people sent us. These letters came to the Square-Enix office from all over the world. I thought it was pretty normal for Dragon Quest producers to receive these letters, but the fans actually sent letters to the President, Vice President, Executive team, even Final Fantasy producers and producers of other titles as well! These letters started piling up on my desk. Every day I would come to work and somebody who received a letter would bring them to my desk. Once it started piling up, I realized that I really needed to reconsider and make this happen. The letters aren't just copied and pasted; they actually catered the content for each of the addressees!''

''The sheer translation volume of Dragon Quest VII is more than 2 times Dragon Quest V, so it's a gigantic game. It was really hard to make the business decision to localize the game. With Nintendo, we were able to work it out and work hand-in-hand and make it happen together. To be completely blunt, it's like Nintendo took half of the bill!''

Legal que a Nintendo tenha ajudado na conta, e tenho minhas dúvidas se não tivessem pressionado tanto esse jogo teria saído por essas bandas.

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Finalmente lançado! Aos trancos e barrancos e com esperança quase perdida, o game chegou a nós. 

 

Um trailer com as primeiras impressões: 

 

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Sim, é bem inferior. E olha que estou com o 3DS acoplado numa máquina de som excelente da Philips com 6 saídas de som. Mas tem gente que diz que não faz diferença, então... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

O jogo está excelente. Muito bom mesmo. A tradução está ótima e adorei o World Map. Adorei que os inimigos são visíveis e é bem fácil e conveniente fugir deles. Vi que tinha gente que reclamava dos personagens serem desinteressantes na versão PS1, mas pelo menos nesse remake do 3DS eles estão muito carismáticos. Cada um bem diferente do outro. O Kiefer sendo bem relapso e a Maribel bem enjoadinha. Estou adorando eles, diálogos realmente muito bons. O sistema de batalha é o tradicional, por enquanto é o já velho conhecido. Demorei mais de 2 horas pra ir pra primeira batalha, e vi que no PS1 era até pior (coisa de até 6 horas), mal relei na versão PS1, mas gostei dessa enxugada. 

 

Agora vou lá continuar. 

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