Toot toot! Jump aboard the Fairy Tale game hype-train with us here at Total Gaming Addicts!
Based on the fantasy adventure comic about Natsu, a Dragon Slayer of the rowdy Fairy Tail magician guild and his unique group of friends battling against no less unique and memorable enemies. Fairy Tail was published in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine, selling over 60 million copies worldwide.
From popular fan-favorite episodes to original in-game episodes, players can experience the magical world of Earth Land and fight with Fairy Tail in the exhilarating story!
Take on formidable foes as Dragon Slayers, summoners, shape shifters, enchanters, and other colorful mages from the top guilds of Earth Land!
Complete requests, strengthen friendships, and upgrade the guild’s facilities to increase the Guild Rank. The higher the rank, the more challenging requests are. Fight and prevail to become the #1 guild in the Kingdom of Fiore and beyond!
Wield fire and ice magic, summon spirits and weapons, control time, crush matter, use the Unison Raid, Dragon Force, Mode Change, and more – characters battle with their distinctive abilities from the comics and anime, faithfully recreated in 3D graphics!
Let’s put this into perspective. The Harry Potter series of books have sold around 500 million, Lord of the Rings 150 Million, and Game of Thrones has amassed sales of 90 million. Fairy Tale, which started as a weekly Japanese publication, has now sold 60 million books! However you look at it, that’s impressive.
It is of no surprise that it’s also been converted into a wildly popular anime series, currently screening on Crunchyroll, and is also being made into a video game for fans to play, scheduled for release early next year
Exciting story, a great cast of characters, high octane action – There is a lot to like about the series, but it gets better. What better studio to make an action RPG game than GUST? If you are not familiar with GUST, they recently released the superb game Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness and the Secret Hideout, which we recently reviewed. Pete, our reviewer, said “This game is jaw-droppingly beautiful to look at”, giving the game an impressive 8.5/10.
So, mix an impressive and trusted game developer with a popular book and anime series, and one can only hope the end result is as exciting as we would like it to be.
Join us at Total Gaming Addicts on the 19th March 2020, the release date of the hotly anticipated game, to see if the excitement has been worth the wait.