History Trivia / DragonQuestVII

12th Nov '15 3:48:02 PM Jstriker
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* NoExportForYou: A 3DS remake was announced in 2011 and finally saw release in 2013... but only in Japan. Rumor has it that Nintendo of America wanted to localize the game (thanks to ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX'' having been a success for them previously), but Square refused and instead only allowed Nintendo of America to localize ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault''. However in 2015 series creator Yuji Horii stated that localized versions of the game (along with the 3DS remake of ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII'') in multiple languages may be in the works, and if true this trope will hopefully be averted.
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* NoExportForYou: A 3DS remake was announced in 2011 and finally saw release in 2013... but only in Japan. Rumor has it that Nintendo of America wanted to localize the game (thanks to ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX'' having been a success for them previously), but Square refused and instead only allowed Nintendo of America to localize ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault''. However in 2015 series creator Yuji Horii stated that localized versions As of the game (along with the 3DS remake of ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII'') in multiple languages may be in the works, and if true 11/12/2015, this trope will hopefully be averted.is officially averted. Nintendo stated in the 11/12/2015 Direct that both Dragon Quest VII 3DS (with a new subtitle: Fragments of the Forgotten Past) and VIII 3DS are coming to the US, VII in Summer 2016, while VIII's coming sometime later that year.
5th Jul '15 2:41:23 AM EternalRain
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* NoExportForYou: A 3DS remake was announced in 2011 and finally saw release in 2013... but only in Japan. Rumor has it that Nintendo of America wanted to localize the game (thanks to ''VideoGame/DragonQuesyIX'' having been a success for them previously), but Square refused and instead only allowed Nintendo of America to localize ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault''. However in 2015 series creator Yuji Horii stated that localized versions of the game (along with the 3DS remake of ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII'') in multiple languages may be in the works, and if true this trope will hopefully be averted.
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* NoExportForYou: A 3DS remake was announced in 2011 and finally saw release in 2013... but only in Japan. Rumor has it that Nintendo of America wanted to localize the game (thanks to ''VideoGame/DragonQuesyIX'' ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX'' having been a success for them previously), but Square refused and instead only allowed Nintendo of America to localize ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault''. However in 2015 series creator Yuji Horii stated that localized versions of the game (along with the 3DS remake of ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII'') in multiple languages may be in the works, and if true this trope will hopefully be averted.
5th Jul '15 2:41:10 AM EternalRain
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* DevelopmentHell: The game was originally intended for the 64DD in 1996, but was then switched to the PlayStation in 1997 - the game itself was finally released in 2000, when the console successors were on their way or already out. By the time it came out in North America, the Gamecube was quite literally ''just around the corner''.
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* DevelopmentHell: The game was originally intended for the 64DD in 1996, but was then switched to the PlayStation in 1997 - the game itself was finally released in 2000, when the console successors were on their way or already out. By the time it came out in North America, the Gamecube was quite literally ''just around the corner''.corner''. * NoExportForYou: A 3DS remake was announced in 2011 and finally saw release in 2013... but only in Japan. Rumor has it that Nintendo of America wanted to localize the game (thanks to ''VideoGame/DragonQuesyIX'' having been a success for them previously), but Square refused and instead only allowed Nintendo of America to localize ''VideoGame/BravelyDefault''. However in 2015 series creator Yuji Horii stated that localized versions of the game (along with the 3DS remake of ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII'') in multiple languages may be in the works, and if true this trope will hopefully be averted.
23rd Aug '14 8:45:36 AM Austin
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Shout Out is not a Trivia trope. Moving.
* DevelopmentHell: The game was originally intended for the 64DD in 1996, but was then switched to the PlayStation in 1997 - the game itself was finally released in 2000, when the console successors were on their way or already out. By the time it came out in North America, the Gamecube was quite literally ''just around the corner''. * ShoutOut ** In the town of Verdham, there's a pair of sisters who are references to [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Meena and Maya]]. One of them is a dancer and mentions that her sister hasn't been the same since they took revenge for their father.
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* DevelopmentHell: The game was originally intended for the 64DD in 1996, but was then switched to the PlayStation in 1997 - the game itself was finally released in 2000, when the console successors were on their way or already out. By the time it came out in North America, the Gamecube was quite literally ''just around the corner''. * ShoutOut ** In the town of Verdham, there's a pair of sisters who are references to [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Meena and Maya]]. One of them is a dancer and mentions that her sister hasn't been the same since they took revenge for their father.corner''.
9th Jun '13 1:01:27 PM EarlOfSandvich
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** In the town of Verdham, there's a pair of sisters who are references to [[DragonQuestIV Meena and Maya]]. One of them is a dancer and mentions that her sister hasn't been the same since they took revenge for their father.
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** In the town of Verdham, there's a pair of sisters who are references to [[DragonQuestIV [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Meena and Maya]]. One of them is a dancer and mentions that her sister hasn't been the same since they took revenge for their father.
11th Jan '13 6:00:12 PM AetherMaster
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* DevelopmentHell: The game was originally intended for the 64DD in 1996, but was then switched to the PlayStation in 1997 - the game itself was finally released in 2000, when the console successors were on their way or already out. By the time it came out in North America, the Gamecube was quite literally ''just around the corner''.
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* DevelopmentHell: The game was originally intended for the 64DD in 1996, but was then switched to the PlayStation in 1997 - the game itself was finally released in 2000, when the console successors were on their way or already out. By the time it came out in North America, the Gamecube was quite literally ''just around the corner''.corner''. * ShoutOut ** In the town of Verdham, there's a pair of sisters who are references to [[DragonQuestIV Meena and Maya]]. One of them is a dancer and mentions that her sister hasn't been the same since they took revenge for their father.
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