New Screenshots For Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force

Friday, July 22nd, 2016

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Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force

Idea Factory International released a new batch of screenshots for the upcoming title, Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force. The game being an expanded version of the original Fairy Fencer F released back on PS3 in 2014. You can check out the new images below.

Key Features

– Three Stories, Three Paths! In the three stories to play – the Goddess story, the Vile God story, and the Evil Goddess story – friends become foes, foes become friends, and, based on your choices, multiple endings can be unlocked!
– Three Ways to Fight and Fairize! Play in Easy, Normal, or Hard mode and switch the difficulty up whenever you want to balance the game to your playstyle!
– Three’s a Crowd, Six is a Party!
With up to six party members on the battlefield at a time, you can play as all your favorite Fencers!
– Shape the World Around You! Customize weapons by fusing them with fairies and change dungeons stats through world-shaping. Even power up Fencers through the fairies’ power to transform, or fairize, during battle and change your world!

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force will land on stores shelves on July 26 in North America and July 29 in Europe for the PlayStation 4.

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