In a recent press release and site update, Idea Factory International announced plans to bring several Compile Heart titles to the PC via Steam. Specifically, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation, and Fairy Fencer F have been confirmed for a digital release on the platform. Release periods and specifications have not been given at this time.
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NIS America has performed an interesting switcheroo with the release dates of Natural Doctrine and Fairy Fencer F. Natural Doctrine has been pushed back a week to launch for PS3, PS4, and PS Vita on September 23 in North America, followed by the European release on the 26th. Conversely, Fairy Fencer F has been advanced by a week, and will now launch on September 16 (NA) and 19 (EU).
Care of Atlus sales sheets, release dates for a handful of PS3 and PS Vita titles bound for North America – for whom Atlus is handling distribution – have been revealed. Fairy Fencer F (Compile Heart) launches on September 23, and Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited lands on August 12. Both titles are priced at $39.99 and will feature dual English and Japanese audio.
NIS America announced that Fairy Fencer F will be getting a North American and European release. Dual audio – Japanese and English – has been confirmed, and the title will launch in both regions sometime this year.
Fairy Fencer F has been delayed from its September 19 release in Japan, according to developer Compile Heart. The title will instead launch on October 10.
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Fairy Fencer F, the debut title for Compile Heart’s Galapagos RPG brand, will be released for the PS3 in Japan on September 19. Price is set at 7,329 yen; no US release has been announced.
The female lead of Drakengard 3 uses her male companions to sate her sexual desires.
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