Yesterday we heard Nintendo are planning to release day one DLC for Fantasy Life which is called Origin Island. However, it’s been revealed that the DLC has been cut from the Japanese version of the game. The western release of Fantasy Life is based on the re-release called Fantasy Life Link which included the Origin Island content. Fantasy Life launches in the United States on October 24th.
Fantasy Life: available in stores and in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS on Oct. 24 (US) and Sept. 26 (EU), Fantasy Life lets players become the masters of their destinies as choices they make help determine their own Fantasy Life.
Players can easily change their Life Class at any time and experience how each offers a new perspective on the world. Local and online multiplayer options let friends share the adventure, the exploration and the bounty.
A downloadable content pack called Origin Island – available for purchase from the Nintendo eShop at launch – will extend the Fantasy Life adventure even further. Origin Island offers a new area that is home to an ancient culture and powerful enemies, additional story content, new ranks to achieve in Life Classes, access to even more powerful equipment and two new varieties of pets to adopt: birds and dragons.
Nintendo of America has posted the first look at the western version of Fantasy Life’s multiplayer mode. You’ll be able to team up with your friends to take down powerful enemies and much more. Fantasy Life is exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS and will be coming to North America on October 24th and Europe on September 26th.
new trailer for Fantasy Life on the 3DS. In Fantasy Life, players will be able to craft, quest and customise their own experience in a vast new RPG world developed by the studio behind the Professor Layton titles: Level-5. Fantasy Life will arrive for the European 3DS and 2DS systems on September 26. For more information on Link Mode communication, multiplayer modes and StreetPass functionality, check out the press release below.
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Link Mode, an online communication tool discovered by paying an in-game visit to the Guild Office in the town of Castele, is a feature that – once activated – allows you to connect with friends when they are playing Fantasy Life at the same time*, and exchange messages and valuable tips during gameplay. To keep your friends informed of your in-game exploits, Link Mode also contains a notification setting to communicate your achievements, and ‘Applaud’ the landmarks reached by others.
As part of the game’s wider co-operative features, players can get together with up to two friends via either local wireless or online multiplayer and explore the world of Reveria together, with online multiplayer incorporating its own chat feature for players to communicate while – for example – on a hunt, or foraging for precious items! So whether you are in need of reinforcements to defeat a powerful monster, or are seeking to trade certain items with friends via an in-game Exchange Box, taking part in co-operative play with friends will help you accumulate much-needed experience and items to aid in your adventures.
In addition, with the game supporting StreetPass functionality, watch out for other players turning up in your game as citizens of Reveria after a StreetPass encounter. Befriend these fellow players, and you may even receive new items. Meanwhile, in order to capture your most exciting moments in Reveria, you can also unlock the Snapshots function, which will enable you to capture in-game screenshots by pressing the START button – just another way to show off your adventures to others!
French Nintendo publication Nintendo Town have managed to get their hands on a document from Nintendo France to French retailer GamesWave. The publication says that the day one stock for the highly anticipated Super Smash Bros will be 300,000 copies. The document also says that Fantasy Life will have 50,000 copies available at launch. However, the document reveals that French retail won’t be getting any new stock of The Wonderful 101
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From Mercenary to Magician, Carpenter to Cook, prepare for a life filled with endless choice and epic adventures on 26th September when Fantasy Life, a role-playing game containing dynamic life simulation elements, releases in Europe on Nintendo 3DS and 2DS systems.
Set in the fantasy world of Reveria, choose to live your life your own way, and at your own pace, with 12 Life classes to choose from, a vast open world to explore, hundreds of items to collect and craft, and countless characters to get to know throughout the land. At the heart of the game is the innovative Life system, which allows you to switch between Life classes at almost any point in the game, with your choices not only upgrading your character, but also shaping your journey along the way.
More details for the game will be revealed leading up to launch on 26th September. In the meantime, to catch a snapshot of the 12 different Life classes in Fantasy Life, the game’s opening movie can be viewed above.
Best Buy has revealed the North American box-art for Level 5’s immensely popular Fantasy Life for the Nintendo 3DS. We found out during Nintendo’s E3 Digital Conference that the game will be heading to the United States sometime in October. You can watch a trailer for the game, right here.
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