Heroes of Ultra-Japanese RPG "Fairy Fencer F" Previewed

Compile Heart inaugurates Galapagos RPG label

Fairy Fencer F is the inaugural game from Compile Heart's Galapagos RPG, a label that wears that fact that it's specifically for Japanese consumers on its sleeve. The project features the Neptunia Team working with Final Fantasy artist Yoshitaka Amano and composer Nobuo Uematsu’s band Earthbound Papas. We now have a premise and cast to go with that creative info.


Long ago a goddess of light and god of darkness battled each other with weapons called "Furies," causing the disappearance of both. Ages later, knights known as "Fencers" are still searching for the missing Furies. 


The game's battle system will be an evolution on Neptunia's.


Cast includes:


Fang - voiced by Ryouta Oosaka (Devil is a Part-Timer!' Sadao Maō/Demon King Satan)

A young boy who just became a Fencer. He’s an honest person with a self-indulgent and lazy personality, but when he is focused on something, he is unstoppable.


Tiara - voiced by  Kaori Ishihara (Henneko's Azusa)

Another Fencer who behaves like a lady with a gentle, yet serious and slightly masochistic personality. She collects Furies in order to revive the goddess. She is surprisingly scary when she’s mad, but she likes being verbally abused by Fang.


Alyn - voiced by Rumi Ookubo (Yuyushiki's Yuzuko)

A fairy who lives inside Fang’s Fury and has lost her memory. She acts arrogantly to everyone she meets and thinks of Fang as an idiot, even though they are alike in some ways



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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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