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Dragon Warrior VII release date

  It has been announced today that Dragon Warrior VII will be released for the PSX November 1, 2001. Originally released in Japan, DWVII has sold more than 4 million units, making it Japan’s best-selling Playstation console game ever. Overall, DWVII is the third ranking videogame of all time in Japan.

   “Based upon the tremendous sales success of Dragon Warrior III for the Game Boy® Color and the anticipation surrounding the launch of Dragon Warrior Monsters 2, there is no doubt that the Dragon Warrior phenomenon has crossed the Pacific and hit our shores,” said Paul Handelman, president of Enix America. “With the overwhelming success of the franchise this year and strong support at retail, an October ship date for Dragon Warrior VII makes sense strategically as it will afford us the time to respond to consumer demand during the key holiday season.”

   The story is an epic tale, centering on three character’s quest to save the future of their island home. In addition to a very deep story line, the game features elements such as the development of a new town, creation of a monster park, and collection of tiny medals in exchange for rare ones. Fans of the series will be delighted with the game, and will be able to experience it with the PSX on November 1, 2001.

9/20/2001 Matt Stensrud

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