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    Wednesday September 4, 2013
  • VIDEO: "Fairy Fencer F" Opening Movie

    Maho Matsunaga of StylipS performs the opening, while ChouCho does the ending.

    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. Maho Matsunaga of StylipS (Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya) performs the opening, while ChouCho (Gargantia) does the ending. Chekc out the former after the jump.

  • Thursday May 30, 2013
  • VIDEO: "Fairy Fencer F" Tiara Character Introduction

    Kaori Ishihara voices tsundere female lead

    Fairy Fencer F is the inaugural game from Compile Heart's Galapagos RPG, a label that wears the 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. In a new character intro, meet Tiara - voiced by Kaori Ishihara (Henneko's Azusa). Check it out after the jump.

  • Friday May 17, 2013
  • 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. Get a look after the jump.

  • Sunday April 28, 2013
  • "Final Fantasy" Contributors Yoshitaka Amano and Nobuo Uematsu On Board for Galapagos RPG

    "Neptunia" team developing game for Japanese audience

    Taking its name for the islands studied by Charles Darwin, Galapagos syndrome is when something globally available  branches off to be developed for an isolated market. While some Japanese products have been criticized for it, others have decided to wear it as banner. The latter is the case for Compile Heart's Galapagos RPG project, proudly being made specifically for Japanese audiences. Get the latest info after the jump.