(Japan) New Images for Fairy Fencer F Emerge

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Fairy Fencer F

Compile Heart and the team responsible for the Hyperdimension Neptunia titles have been hard at work on their newest Japanese RPG, Fairy Fencer F for the PlayStation 3. The developer has just updated their website with a handful of stylish and stunning new images showcasing 3D models and close-up action shots. The three characters depicted in these fresh images are the main (and only male) character Fang (left) and two of his many female teammates, Tiara (center) and Harler (right).

Fairy Fencer F | FangFairy Fencer F | TiaraFairy Fencer F | Harler

Fairy Fencer F | Fang Fairy Fencer F | Fang

As you can tell from the above images, Compile Heart is keeping the same unique visual style from the ongoing Neptunia series. While this colorful bunch of characters haven’t yet found a home outside Japan, there is still hope for a localization of this title. These niche games definitely have a place in the hearts of gamers around the world, and luckily, Compile Heart realizes that. Regardless, if you crave more Fairy Fencer F, then be sure to check out the previous batch of screenshots. Fairy Fencer F will be released September 19 in Japan only for the PlayStation 3.


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