Nyu Media Releases Fairy Bloom Freesia for Steam

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

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Fairy Bloom Freesia

Nyu Media, a localization company dedicated in bringing over indie games to the West, announced not too long ago, that they will be localizing a new Edelweiss title, Fairy Bloom Freesia; a 2D-3D side-scrolling beat ’em up. The game is available now on Steam for $7.99, but will be made available for GamersGate and the Capcom Store in digital form in the near future.

Fairy Bloom Freesia

Want to try before you buy? Try out the game’s demo!
You can check out the game’s official website for more information!

That’s not all! Also available on the game’s website is the game’s soundtrack.  Included are both Fairy Bloom Freesia’s and another Edelweiss’ game, ETHER VAPOR Remaster; a shoot ’em up originally released for PC back in 2006. It was re-released under ‘Remaster’, and is also available on Steam alongside Fairy Bloom Freesia. You can check out the double album soundtrack through this link! You can stream all 45 tracks for free, or purchase the said album digitally for $9.99.



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