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Fantasy Life Is Coming To Europe On 26th September, Plus Here’s The Opening Movie

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.


Fantasy Life For Nintendo 3DS Coming October In US (Trailer)

Nintendo announced after today’s E3 Digital Conference that Fantasy Life will be coming to the west. Players embark on the adventure of their dreams as they craft, cast, battle and role-play. The innovative Life system lets players change to one of 12 Life classes at virtually any time to access different abilities. The huge fantasy landscape is filled with surly dark paladins, slick pirate captains and others who share a taste for the unknown.

Fantasy Life Trademark Issued for Europe


Level 5, the publisher behind Professor Layton and Inazuma Eleven, has filed a trademark for the immensely popular Fantasy Life in Europe. The game has been developed by Mother 3 developer, Brownie Brown, and has flown off store shelves in Japan. The Official Nintendo Magazine for Australia and New Zealand said in a previous edition that the Nintendo 3DS game is coming late 2013.

Dragon Quest VII, Animal Crossing, And Fantasy Life Lead Japanese Charts


This weeks sales figures for software and hardware are in from Japan and they once again show that the Nintendo 3DS is in top form in the country. Dragon Quest VII, Animal Crossing, and Fantasy Life take the first, second, and third places in the Japanese software charts. The Nintendo 3DS continues to be the best-selling format as it shifted 127,695 units this week in Japan. Wii U sales are looking steady, but this will improve once more software becomes available.

  1. [3DS] Dragon Quest VII: Warriors of Eden
  2. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf
  3. [3DS] Fantasy Life
  4. [3DS] New Super Mario Bros. 2
  5. [3DS] Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
  6. [Wii] Taiko Drum Master Wii Super Wonderful Edition
  7. [PSV] Demon Gaze
  8. [PS3] DmC Devil May Cry
  9. [3DS] Taiko Drum Master: Chibi Dragon and the Mysterious Orb
  10. [3DS] Run For Money: Flee From the Strongest Hunters in History
  1. 3DS LL – 89,050 (51,654)
  2. 3DS – 38,645 (26,028)
  3. PlayStation 3 – 17,004 (18,106)
  4. Wii U – 12,185 (12,959)
  5. PSP – 11,056 (12,191)
  6. PlayStation Vita – 8,762 (9,596)
  7. Wii – 1,945 (1,904)
  8. Xbox 360 – 593 (870)

Fantasy Life Coming To Australia Late 2013?


The Official Nintendo Magazine for Australia and New Zealand says in the latest edition that the immensely popular Fantasy Life is coming late 2013. Level 5 has yet to officially announce a European, North American, or Australian release for the game, but the Official Nintendo Magazine appears confident that it should be coming later this year. Hopefully we won’t have to wait too long for an official announcement.

Thanks, Callum

Japan: Animal Crossing And Fantasy Life Fight For First Place, Wii U Sales Slip


Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Fantasy Life are both currently battling it out to claim the number one position in the Japanese software charts. Interestingly, five of the top ten games this week are on Nintendo formats. These include Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate and New Super Mario Bros 2. The Nintendo 3DS XL remains the best-selling hardware in Japan, but sales of the Wii U continue to slide. Here’s the Japanese software and hardware charts this week.

  1. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf
  2. [3DS] Fantasy Life
  3. [PS3] DmC Devil May Cry
  4. [3DS] New Super Mario Bros. 2
  5. [PS3] PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale
  6. [3DS] Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
  7. [PS3] Accel World: Kasoku no Chouten
  8. [PSV] Demon Gaze
  9. [Wii] Taiko Drum Master Wii Super Wonderful Edition
  10. [PSP] Accel World: Kasoku no Chouten
  1. Nintendo 3DS XL – 51,654 (48,226)
  2. Nintendo 3DS – 26,028 (26,898)
  3. PlayStation 3 – 18,106 (18,322)
  4. Wii U – 12,959 (13,746)
  5. PSP – 12,191 (12,897)
  6. PlayStation Vita – 9,596 (9,748)
  7. Wii – 1,904 (2,093)
  8. Xbox 360 – 870 (611)

Fantasy Life For 3DS To Receive Online Mode And Other Extras Through DLC


Level 5 has announced that its popular role-playing video game for the Nintendo 3DS which is co-developed by Brownie Brown and Level-5 will receive an online mode and more through a paid DLC upgrade. The paid DLC will add a new quest to Fantasy Life and increase the characters level cap. Level-5 promises that more content will be coming in the future. There’s currently no set date for the downloadable content.

Fantasy Life Becomes A New Series For Level 5

fantasy-life-nintendo-3dsDue to the immense success of Fantasy Life for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan, developer Level 5 is now thinking about creating the next game in the series. Famitsu is reporting that Fantasy Life will be an ongoing franchise for the developer, saying that they intend for it to be the first game in a larger series. The game which is co-developed by Brownie Brown and Level-5 has yet to receive a Western release.