Trailer for Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force Shows New Details

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Compile Hearts has released a new trailer for Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force, the expanded version of Fairy Fencer F for the PS3 and PC. This new version will be on the PlayStation 4, and had much content added into it in comparison to the PS3. For example:

  • The campaign length has increased by 192%
  • The estimated total play time has increased  by 218%
  • The 3D map areas have increased in size by 179%

This expanded game also offers new story branches, a difficulty selection feature, and up to six party members in battle, rather than the cap at three in the previous version.  The game splits into three separate chapters titled “Goddess Chapter”, “Evil God Chapter”, and “Devil Chapter.” Gameplay will determine the chapters and segments that you play based upon the player’s actions. The game is set to release for the PlayStation 4 in Japan on November 5, 2015.



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