An enhanced and expanded remake of Compile Heart’s PS3 RPG Fairy Fencer F, Advent Dark Force features gorgeous art by Tsunako, musical contributions from Nobuo Uematsu, art designs by Yoshitaka Amano and one of Compa’s most memorable casts outside the Neptunia series.
Developer: Idea Factory, Compile Heart, Galapagos
Publisher: Idea Factory International
Available on: Windows PC, PS4
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Fairy Fencer F ADF: Introduction and History - Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force represents Compile Heart's commitment to revisiting its past games and improving them to be the best they can be. And it's one of the most significant, ambitious revamps to date.
Fairy Fencer F ADF: Anatomy of an RPG - Fairy Fencer F is a great example of how Compile Heart likes to do things a little differently from the "norm" when it comes to the RPG genre -- and it contrasts nicely with their other work, too.
Fairy Fencer F ADF: Narrative, Themes and Characterisation - Fairy Fencer F is an apt demonstration of Compile Heart's knack for solid narrative worldbuilding through minimal use of resources. It may not be detailed in technical terms, but you know it very well by the end!
Fairy Fencer F ADF: Sights and Sounds - Fairy Fencer F has some impressively heavyweight talent behind it, lending it a very distinctive audio-visual aesthetic and some well-crafted characters. Let's explore that side of things further.
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