<p>Square Enix has announced that PSOne classic Dragon Quest VII is heading to iOS and Android in Japan.</p><p>It'll be showcased as part of the company's Tokyo Game Show line-up between September 17th and 20th.</p><p>All that is currently known about the smartphone version of Dragon Quest VII is that it'll be based on the 3DS remake.</p><p>But don't get too excited just yet as the 3DS remake hasn't actually been released in the west still. Hence, we have to say that there's no guarantee that this smartphone version will head this way either.</p><p>However, earlier this year at Japan Expo, there were rumours that Yuji Horii, the creator of the RPG series, spoke about an incoming English version of Dragon Quest VII.</p><p>Could it be that Horii was referring to the smartphone version rather than an English version of the game for 3DS? Perhaps.</p><p>For now, we'll just have to hope that Square Enix plans on bringing the iOS and Android version of Dragon Quest VII to the west. Fingers crossed.</p>Siliconera
1、<p>"Those Second World War tanks aren't going to stand a chance!" Sounds like a fair prediction to us. It's been talked about for a couple of months but now we've just been sent this video which talks about how two Imperial tanks from the Warhammer 40,000 universe are coming to World Of Tanks Blitz.</p><p>This five-minute video quizzes creators from both Games Workshop and Wargaming about their love of tanks.</p><p>The video – which includes sci-fi author Gav Thorpe – talks about the huge WH40K community, and includes a peek behind the scenes at Games Workshop. Check out the huge diorama in its Nottingham HQ.</p>
3、<p>Today, Microids hits us with a couple of bits of news regarding their upcoming Switch title Gear.Club Unlimited. One: there's a new trailer. Two: the NA release date has been pushed forward.</p><p>
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