The lights are on
NIS America's single-player RPG Fairy Fencer F is coming to PlayStation 3 in September.
The game comes along with a handful of other games from NIS America, including Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, Battle Princess of Arcadias, and Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited, which were announced in February without release dates.
Fairy Fencer F, which features music from Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu and art from Final Fantasy alums Yoshitaka Amano and Tsunako, arrives on September 23. The game features god-forged weapons that have the power to grant a single wish to those who manage to wield them.
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I'm going to keep an eye on this game. Looks interesting.
Stop. Just stop. You had me at Nobuo Uematsu.
Awesome! Considered this preordered. Anyone associated with the older Final Fantasy games are a must buy for me. Take my money NOW!!!
Looks epic! I love JRPGs :-D
As it stands, this is not enough to make me want to play this game. However, I am a big fan of RPGs, so I'm willing to be impressed.
Well, it seems worth watching at the very least.
Just hook me up with a Game Stop reserve button so I don't forget :p
Well being you just wrote down naming three of the biggest names in JRPG-dom. I do believe this game is worth keeping an eye on.
Interesting, but I might get this later after the release.
So its looking to be Tales of Xenoblade Fantasy. I'll play it.
I've heard a lot of hype about this game, but I'm just not feeling it. Even if I did feel it though, I probably wouldn't buy it right away, so I'm just going to see how this goes.
Looks mildly interesting, but if it comes out any time after Batman I will definitely not care.