As players continue their quest, they’ll help Auster, Kiefer, and new friends discover far-off lands and collect scattered tablet fragments that activate passage to ones even more distant. And by using special spells and abilities, they’ll battle monstrous enemies that threaten their adventure. With the new Street Pass feature, kids can send and receive traveler’s tablets to explore new areas that contain rare monsters and equipment.
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past, set to launch on Sept. 16,is a rousing adventure through a middle-earth-like world that will have kids eager to unlock the truth.
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