Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force
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About this game
Developer: Compile Heart
Content Rating: Teen
Continue your adventure through three new story paths. Play as Fang and his gang as you face off against a new, evil organization, meet new fairies and fencers, and collect the furies scattered across the world. Each path leads to a different outcome, so choose wisely. The turn-based RPG battle system allows you to transform during battle and defeat enemies quickly. Alongside new content, you can now have up to 6 characters on the battlefield at a time.
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Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force is outdated by this point; I won’t even try to deny that. But that doesn’t really matter. What does matter to me is the fact that this game, five years and three reviews later, is still fun for me. Is that subjective? Well, yeah, obviously. But I still feel as though it’s a fact that can attest to the quality of this game. Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force is fun, surprisingly addictive, and filled with more good times than ever thanks to its huge influx of new content. There’s a fair chance that it won’t appeal to you if you aren’t already an existing Compile Heart Fan, or, at the very least, a JRPG fan, but if you are, then I’d urge you to go check it out. I’m sure that you won’t regret it.
Despite all its flaws, however, I cannot completely count out Fairy Fencer F. It is dated and may not be a great game or even a good game all things considered, but overall I would consider it a pretty okay choice if you’re simply browsing the eShop in search of a quick “junk food” JRPG. There’s not a lot of substance to it, but it will at least keep you busy and entertained in some form for the twenty or so hours it will take you to complete a single route.
When it all comes down to it, Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force's Switch port is probably not the best way to play the game, but considering that the performance itself is perfectly fine in most scenarios - especially in handheld mode, you can't go wrong with picking this version up if you're specifically looking for a more relaxed JRPG to play on the go.