Dragon Fantasy Book I Heading to 3DS

Saturday, October 19th, 2013

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Dragon Fantasy Book I

In a recent Twitter conversation, Adam Rippon (creator of Dragon Fantasy Books I and II) said that rather than working on an HD remaster, he is working on a 3DS version of Dragon Fantasy Book I.

But while Adam is working on a 3DS version, he may not complete it right away. Later on in the conversation, he mentions he’s taking a break from game development (though he says for him, a 3DS port is something of a vacation). He does seem to be pretty far along in the process, as evidenced by these screenshots posted this morning.

Dragon Fantasy Book I 3DS

Dragon Fantasy Book I 3DS

That being said, I am excited. I like retro JRPGs, and hey, Steve liked it and its sequel, so I’ll buy it. Would anyone else buy a 3DS version?

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About Guy Rainey

I’m Guy Rainey. I’m a hardcore Nintendo fan, a PC enthusiast, and a Sony sympathizer. Also an amateur/aspiring game creator. I love any game that puts story as the main focus of the game, so that means JRPGs are my favorite genre almost by default.




  • RagunaXL

    tight! this and grinsia coming to 3ds! great to own a 3ds and love rpgs

  • Ryan McConnell

    This is actually quite interesting. However, how in the world did he get a nintendo license? Does he even have one as of now? I haven’t kept track with nintendo recently, but i know them and xbox are very tight on giving out developer licenses. Sony on the other hand is perfectly fine.
    Either way good for him!

    • jmmueller

      It’s actually much easier than you think. Nintendo has made amazing strides in that aspect versus previous policies. For a good interview about the topic go take a peak at Gamsutra: http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/189180/