NIS America reveals release date for Fairy Fencer F


NIS America continues its summer line up with news of another release date. This time Fairy Fencer F has gotten a confirmed release date. The game will see a release in North America on September 23 and in Europe on September 26. For those wondering what the game looks like, here’s the trailer that was released when the game was first announced:





Highlights of the game include the following:

  • Robust Combat System – Witness the next evolution of Hyperdimension Neptunia’s battle engine! Move  your characters in a fully 3-D environment as you link combos in thrilling turn-based combat! Exploit  enemy weaknesses to trigger Avalanche Attacks and watch your party gang up on opponents! Send your  enemies sky high with Launch Attacks, then follow up with an Air Attack to send them crashing back to  Earth! And if fights get really tense, simply transform into your upgraded Fury Form and really bring the  pain!
  • Untold Levels of Customization – Use the Furies you collect to give your characters powerful abilities, or  use them to customize dungeons to your exact specifications! Need a little more “oomph!” in your  swing? We’ve got a Shaping Effect for that! Want some extra experience points after battle? We’ve got a  Shaping Effect for that too! But what if you’re a masochist who wants everyone—allies and enemy  alike—to deal DOUBLE damage? Oh, you best believe we’ve got a Shaping Effect for that!
  • Artistic Pedigree – Enjoy the dulcet tones of renowned composer Nobuo Uematsu, the composer for  many of the Final Fantasy titles. With character designs by Tsunako (Hyperdimension Neptunia) and  Yoshitaka Amano (Final Fantasy I-VI), the line between cute and menacing has never been more blurred!


The game looks a bit like Hyperdimention Neptunia, but with a more traditional story than a parody. Again Fairy Fencer F will see a North America release on September 23 and in Europe on September 26. NIS America will be at Anime Expo 2014 and will be showing off the game. So if you plan on being in LA around the 4th of July weekend, then be sure to check it out.


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