Game Review: 7th Dragon III: Code VFD (3DS)

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Whenever I begin thinking about JPRG games I automatically imagine the large catalogue readily available for PlayStation platforms; however look further and you’ll realize that the Nintendo 3DS also has a relatively large catalogue of JPRG Games; and I’m not referring to the endless amounts of Pokemon or The Legend of Zelda games.

Fitting in to this ‘forgetable’ selection of JPRG Games for the Nintendo 3DS is the recently released 7th Dragon III: CODE VFD; a sequel of sorts to the previously released PSP and Nintendo DS games and today I’ll be taking a closer look at it. Read more of this post

7th Dragon III Code: VFD To Receive All DLC Within Europe

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European distributor Deep Silver, in conjunction with SEGA of America, have today revealed that all downloadable content released for the JPRG title 7th Dragon III Code: VFD in Japan will also be localised and released into the UK, Europe and America for the upcoming western release of the game. Read more of this post

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse and 7th Dragon III Code: VF To Launch within Europe This Year

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Distributor Koch Media / Deep Silver UK, in partnership with SEGA of America and ATLUS, have today announced that both Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse and 7th Dragon III Code: VF will receive a European release onto the Nintendo 3DS by the end of this year; specially on the 2nd December 2016. Read more of this post

Deep Silver Announce European Publishing Deal with SEGA & ATLUS; Includes Persona 5 and Shin Megami Tensei IV

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Ever since ATLUS announced the American release date for Persona 5 many have been speculating when a European release of the game will be mentioned; well today it seems that question has been partly answered as publisher Deep Silver, the company behind the upcoming King of Fighters title, have today announced that they have entered a publishing agreement with SEGA and Atlus for various japanese developed titles; with Persona 5 being one of the titles in question. Read more of this post