E3 2016: 7th Dragon III Code VFD

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

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7th Dragon III: Code VFD | Collector's Box

Any news is great news for us 7th Dragon fans, we honestly never expected to see this series released in the West. So the excitement is high surrounding the new E3 2016 trailer for 7th Dragon III Code: VFD. The game will be releasing exclusively on Nintendo 3DS next month July 12, 2016. Here is the publishers description.

Story

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. However, not all is lost. As the protagonist, the player will team up with Nodens Enterprises—a video game company dedicated to stopping the dragon menace—to become a dragon hunter and eventual savior of the universe. Although times are bleak, Nodens Enterprises has found a way to tip the scales in favor of mankind: By traveling through time to three different eras, the protagonist can upset the balance of the dragons’ power. This will give them the edge to defeat the True Dragons, and stand a chance against the most powerful one of them all… the 7th Dragon: VFD.

E3 2016 Trailer

As you can see at the end of the trailer, there is a special edition available for a limited time, so you may want to jump on this one quickly. July is right around the corner, and we will be updating you on this game here at Operation Rainfall.

About William Haderlie

Born in the 1970's, I've been an avid participant for much of video game history. A lifetime of being the sort of supergeek entrenched in the sciences and mathematics has not curbed my appreciation for the artistry of video games, cinema, and especially literature.




  • Lord Ackercocke

    Wanted to play this series back in the PSP days but now not really bothered.

    • William Haderlie

      It does at least seem that you don’t need to really play the previous games. This one looks like it doesn’t have anything to do with the last ones. So if you do decide to jump in, you can just start on this one.