Japan getting 3DS remake of Dragon Quest VII in February

Dragon Quest VII was one of the last major games to be released for the PlayStation in the US. And it was such a massive game (over 100 hours of gameplay, and that’s without completing any sidequests), that most people didn’t even finish it. But if you live in Japan, you’ll soon be getting a second shot, as Square Enix has announced that a Dragon Quest VII remake will be available for the 3DS on February 7, 2013.

The remake is being developed by Arte Piazza, who brought Dragon Quest IV, V, and VI to the DS in recent years. A decision on an American release hasn’t been made yet, but according to Joystiq, Square Enix is “currently evaluating the title for the Western markets.”

Hey Square Enix, if you’re doing a poll, put me down for a “yes.”

[Source: Siliconera]

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