Fairy Fencer is back with an all-new game!


I love Fairy Fencer F, and not just because one of the characters, Tiara, has a short skirt that bounces around nicely as she runs around, and some lovely blue panties underneath. I mean, that doesn’t hurt matters, but it’s not the reason I love the game. In all sincerity,…

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The Friday Ten: The best fan service on the Nintendo Switch


List by Matt S. Who doesn’t like a bit of fan service? The Nintendo Switch has built up quite the library of games that make the… sexier side of games a focue. Whether it’s for laughs, or to make a more serious point, fan service has become a significant part…

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Review: Fairy Fencer F Advent Dark Force (Nintendo Switch)


Review by Ginny W. Fairy Fencer F became an indelible part of the Compile Heart stable upon its original release back on the PlayStation 3. Riffing off the familiar system from Hyperdimension Neptunia and adding its own stylised spin to it, the title has since been remastered for the Switch…

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Fairy Fencer F has a release date on Nintendo Switch, and it is right around the corner


News by Matt S.  One of Idea Factory’s better JRPGs over the last couple of years has been Fairy Fencer F. Taking Tsunako’s stunning character designs and art, and blending it with an all-star production cast, Fairy Fencer F is a relatively serious JRPG from the house of Neptunia (relatively…

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The Friday Ten: Ten forgotten games on PlayStation 4 worth re-discovering


List by Matt S.  The PlayStation 4 is a few years old now, and over that time we’ve seen well over 1000 games release (looking at the PlayStation Network, it currently sits at 1400, give or take a few, not including pre-orders). Of course, over that time there have been…

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Review: Fairy Fencer F: Dark Advent Force (Sony PlayStation 4)


Review by Matt S.  One of Compile Heart’s more under appreciated games, Fairy Fencer F on the PlayStation 3, was a genuine attempt to do something a little more serious than the Hyperdimension Neptunia series, while not losing the fanbase that Compile Heart games have carefully cultivated over the years.…

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