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featured reviewKyata (18) on 23, Feb. 2013 16:24 (HKT)
Handheld MMO-esque goodness
With an upcoming level cap rise and internet play support, this got even closer giving handheld fans their MMO fix.
Light on the kanji, plus furigana in most dialogue, so easy on beginners to the language, as well.
descriptionIn the world of Fantaseal, everyone can live the life they dream of. Create your avatar and bring him or her to the citadel Kuruburgh to start your life. Choose to become a magician, a knight, a lumberer or a cook. There is a vast array of job classes to choose from. Take up quests to level up to learn vital skills. These skills are going to stay with you even after you decide to change jobs. This system becomes exceptionally helpful when you set off to investigate the comets. One of them crashes right down your roof and another crashes into the plains where the monsters live. Your mission will bring you to the snow capped mountains and to the treacherous terrains, and you need every skill up your sleeve to survive.
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|Official Release Date||Dec 27, 2012|
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There are a lot of things to do. Can't stop playing.
This is a great RPG for the Nintendo 3DS owners, totally worth it the money.
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Fantasy Life is most definitely worth your time as it not only a fantastically unique game, but an amazing, unforgettable experience, the best on 3DS, topping previous triumphs such as Animal Crossing: New Leaf, A Link Between Worlds and Pokemon.
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