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Fairy Fencer F - PlayStation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
36 customer reviews
Metascore: 65 / 100
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  • More challenges await!: Battles aren't the only way to boost your stats! Have characters complete certain tasks put forth by the "Challenge System" like jumping 100 times or achieving 10 preemptive attacks on enemies to achieve maximum stats!
  • Artistic pedigree: Soundtrack is by renowned composer Nobuo Uematsu, who has written the scores for most of the Final Fantasy titles. Character designs by Tsunako and gods designed by Yoshitaka Amano strikes a balance between cute and evil.
  • Flock of fairies: Collect mystical weapons called "Furies" that contain the essence of fairies. Use the Furies to grant your characters powerful abilities that change the tide of battle.
  • Bilingual Voice Option: Enjoy English text and both Japanese and English voices!
  • More challenges await!: Battles aren't the only way to boost your stats! Have characters complete certain tasks put forth by the "Challenge System" like jumping 100 times or achieving 10 preemptive attacks on enemies to achieve maximum stats!
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Long ago, a dreadful war was fought between the Goddess and the Vile God. Because they were equally matched, they both created a vast number of special weapons imbued with their godly energy, each containing the life force of a fairy. Armed with these weapons, the deities continued their conflict until they finally sealed each other away into the great unknown. A long time has passed since this ancient conflict, and the weapons created by the Goddess and the Vile God have since been scattered across the world. These weapons-now known as "Furies"-are highly sought after by warriors who call themselves "Fencers." It is said that whoever collects a Fury will be granted one wish. When a young man named Fang decides to rashly pull a Fury from a stone, he inadvertently becomes a Fencer himself, forever altering the course of his destiny.


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  • ASIN: B00K5UZMGM
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 16, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,828 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Justin B. on October 7, 2014
I don't usually write Amazon reviews but I felt this game warranted one.

Graphics 4/5 - Character models and still art are well drawn. Dungeons are low res, sloppy and uninspired though not game breaking. Battle graphics including special moves are well animated and extremely fun to watch.

Gameplay 5/5 - The battle system is a blast. Leveling magic, combos and special moves makes the game interesting from start to finish. There are a ton of job and side quests to steal you away from the main story.

Story 4/5 - As an old school RPG ran(Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, Xenogears, etc.) I usually stay away from NIS games because they are generally 100% anime based which I find a bit to cliché for my taste. Overall the story had a strong anime base but included a lot of aspects of old school RPGs which I found to be very enjoyable.

Sound - 5/5 The godfather of RPG music was involved with this game and it definitely shows. I found the music to be very enjoyable.

Fun Factor 5/5 - As a husband and father I can say that I neither have the time or patience to binge play video games anymore. This game changed that. I was so addicted that I put 30 hours into the game and finished it within a week. I will probably end up playing a new game + in the future. Fairy Fencer F is probably as close as you will get to an old school RPG in a time where those games tend to be rare. I definitely recommend this game to all RPG fans!
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Arseface on October 10, 2014
Know what you're getting into before you purchase this game because it's not going to please everyone. If I could sum up this game in one sentence, I would say: This game feels like a glorified, less-fruity, tweaked re-skin of Mugen Souls. If that sounds bad to you already, steer clear because you'll be wasting your time. If not, read on.

By glorified, I mean they put more time and energy into the presentation of the game, making it look a lot better than Mugen Souls. For the most part... There are a lot of good designs and concept art associated with this game, but that only does so much for the game itself. As far as graphical detail goes, it's pretty minimal, and for a game that came out so late in the PS3's life cycle, it's downright disappointing. Most of it looks like a late PS2 game remastered to 1080p.
Behind that, however, is hiding something much worse. I can see why they used Uematsu and Amano's names as part of the game's advertising. It's because there aren't any other standout merits this game has. Graphical detail is something I typically overlook, but with how little the game has to offer, I can't let it slide this time.

The game revolves around Fang, and his unwanted quest that's suddenly thrust upon him by pulling a divine blade called a "Fury" from the ground, which contains the stereotypical moe character of the game, and fairy, Eryn. She persuades the stereotypically lazy, good-for-nothing Fang to collect all 100* furies so they can revive the goddess who's been sealed away along with the vile god whom they do not want to be freed. They soon meet a stereotypically sophisticated yet slightly masochistic girl named Tiara and her adorable fluffy fairy Cui.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By FDragon on September 19, 2014
This game is great! It's by far my favorite NIS game that they've released (well, besides, the Atelier series, because the Atelier series is amazing..). I'm only a few hours into it, but I like everything about this game so far. The best thing about Fairy Fencer F, is that it isn't a complicated mess like some of the other NIS games. it's easy to understand and play, and it's fun spending points to upgrade your character, your weapon, your combos and your fairy partners. There is always a quest to do, a new skill to learn, a new fairy to find, it's great.

The story seems pretty simple. You're a lazy and charmingly rude, food obsessed boy named Fang, who is tasked with finding 100ish fairies or whatever to revive some goddess and save the world obviously. So far, the dialogue is pretty dumb, but also pretty funny and entertaining. The characters are stereotypes, but the art, translation, animation and voice acting make everything work. The game is also very colorful and runs smoothly. Also, the fan service seems pretty equal opportunity in this game, and doesn't focus exclusively on creepy leering of huge chested 12 year old anime girls.

I like how the game is coming together so far, and it's a solid JRPG. If you're interested in anime inspired RPGs, or good turn based RPGs in general, go for it. If you've given up on the glut of low quality/overly complicated NIS releases on the ps3 (Guided Fate Paradox, Mugen Souls, Last Rebellion, Time and Eternity, Hyperdimension Neptunia etc.), do yourself a favor and give the publisher another chance. It's been awhile since I've been so hooked into an RPG.

EDIT: I finished the game and it took me about 25 to 30ish hours.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Fusionwavestarprism on March 4, 2015
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The entire game rocks from start to finish.

The main characater is fang, who pulled out a fury that released a fairy named Eryn and by doing that he became a fencer to help Eryn collect furies to revive the goddess. Furies are swords that are inbedded in the Goddess and the Vile God, to remove these you will need to find fairy cards that match each fury. Fairy cards when equipped will increase your attack power, sometimes you will get presents from them as you level up, each fairy card can go up to level 10. When you progress through the game, a small sqaure box will say event on it, when you find it, you must use one of your furies to activate it, once highlighted, you'll be able to enter the next area on the map. Even though it takes just one fury to open it, you can stab more furies around or near the same place, by doing that you can greatly increase the amount of a furies rewards that have some of the same tasks, experience points and weapon points are good examples of this. Don't forget the furies with X2 damage.

The battles are fast and when each fight ends you gain weapon points, with weapon points you can increase the meter for each stat that include, attack power, magic defense, physical defense, movement, fury form and magic attack.You can also get combo moves with weapon points,the first meter needs five points, the second meter 200 points and the last meter 1000 points, getting these will increase the amount of times you attack your enemies.

The Dialogue's very good with many funny cutscenes. Voice acting was also very good. One of the villians in the game named Zenke was fantastic, he look like a 1950's greaser in today's world, the voice actor did a great job with him, also Eryn's voice actor did a great job too.
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