7th Dragon-III Code: VFD Updates:
August 3, 2016
- Added This JRPG lets you go back and forth in time.
7th Dragon-III Code: VFD Overview
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: SEGA Games
Developer: SEGA Games
Release Date: July 12, 2016 (North America), Oct. 15, 2015 (Japan)
Official Website: http://games.sega.com/7thdragon/
About 7th Dragon-III Code: VFD
The final installment in the 7th Dragon series comes to Nintendo 3DS, and it promises to be the darkest slice of dragon-pie we've had yet. Done away with the developer of the last two games, Imageepoch, SEGA fills those shoes with gusto - And we love it.
New features to the game include deeper customization for your character, starting with the style of your clothing to the class and voice actor. Adding buildings to your base can further your quests, and open side-quests as you design your ultimate HQ (pssst, there's even a CAT CAFE). And if romance, dragons, anime and overcoming impossible odds aren't your thing, you can enjoy playing as one of the 8 different classes of warrior, such as God-Hand, Banisher and Samurai.
More Information on 7th Dragon-III: Code VFD
"In 7th Dragon III Code: VFD, the world is engulfed in a time of darkness and great peril. In the year 2100, dragons have descended upon earth and humanity is at the mercy of these terrifying beasts..."
As the sequel to 7th Dragon-II 2020, the story takes place in the near future, 2100. For over 20,000 years, humans and dragons have been at war, under the pretense of a prophecy. The game company Nodens Corporation is desperate to complete the Dragon Chronicle before mankind is wiped from the face of the planet by the ultimate threat: the 7th True Dragon.
Your only hope is to time-travel to specific eras, defeating each of the True Dragons in the interest of uncovering the weakness of the final, most devastating 7th Dragon. Venture to different lands, including Tokyo, the utopian Eden, and the underwater Atlantica during your quest to save the world, find up to 9 different allies, each with their own unique skills and personalities, and craft your party into the perfect dragon-slaying machine.
Because there are so many dragons, players are advised to carefully consider their battles and prepare for them accordingly. Each has their own weakness and strength, potentially requiring all kinds of combinations of party members to help bring them down.