New Fantasy Life Screenshots Feature English Dialogue

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New Fantasy Life screens show off translated dialogue, towns and exploration.

Fantasy Life is on its way to North America and Europe this Fall, bringing Level-5’s penchant for engrossing RPG worlds to Nintendo 3DS. After a few lengthy gameplay sessions shown off at Nintendo’s Treehouse E3 event back in June, we get to see a little more of the game in these recently released English screenshots.

The screenshots appear to show off early portions of the game, as well as feature the player-created character performing a different job (or Life, as the game calls it). Each of the jobs seem to require exploration, performing various tasks and playing mini-games. Some screens also feature dialogue between the player and several NPCs including the king of your town–who looks like a little boy–and a shy butterfly named “Flutter.”

Fantasy Life is set to come out in North America on October 24, and launches a little earlier in Europe on September 26.


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