Idea Factory International announced plans to unleash PlayStation 3 RPG Fairy Fencer F on Steam next week. The 1080p release will launch on August 4, and will include two free pieces of DLC in the form of the "Beginner's Pack" and "Secrets of the Shukesoo's Tower Pack." See the opening movie after the jump.
Fairy Fencer F is making the leap to PlayStation 4 in Japan along with a handful of enhancements. Compile Heart announced Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force last year, and now it's lined up for a November 5 launch. More after the jump.
Compile Heart is putting together an expanded version of Fairy Fencer F for PlayStation 4, with new chapters, scenarios, allies, special moves, and an increase from three to six characters on the battlefield. Difficulty will be raised as a result, but players will be able to choose from three different settings. Hit the jump for a teaser.
Idea Factory International recently confirmed plans to bring three of its RPG releases to PC via Steam. including Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation (both originally on PS Vita), and Fairy Fencer F (PlayStation 3). Hit the jump for more.
Compile Heart's first Galapagos RPG, Fairy Fencer F, is getting a follow-up in Japan next year. Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force was announced for PlayStation 4 this morning, and an official website is now live. Read on for more.
NIS America is hyping up next month's western release of Fairy Fencer F, so we have another English trailer previewing some of the RPG action. This one focuses on the Fairize function of battle after the jump.
NIS America decided to pull a little switcheroo on the release dates for Fairy Fencer F and Natural Doctrine. Fairy Fencer F will now head to PlayStation 3 in the west first, with Natural Doctrine following a week later. Details after the jump.
Compile Heart's Fairy Fencer F is coming to PlayStation 3 in the west in September, bringing with it the character art of Hyperdimension Neptunia's Tsunako and the respective concept art and music of Final Fantasy veterans Yoshitaka Amano and Nobuo Uematsu. NIS America is here with the first English screens, showing a few of the RPG's characters after the jump.