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Pixie Tail RPG Will Only Have Japanese Voice Acting

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Prior to their upcoming interview with Keisuke Kikuchi, producer for Fairy Tail RPG, Nintendo Everything revealed the upcoming title will not feature English voice acting.

While a number of fans were disappointed by this news, it honestly isn’t that unexpected. For starters, Fairy Tail never really got much of a fan base in the west for a number of reasons, most notable being some later story choices. From there, more and more niche games are adopting Japanese only voice acting, which might not appeal to the general audience but certainly matches the core demographic. Still, it’s better to get Fairy Tail RPG than not.

For those unfamiliar with the Fairy Tail RPG, here is a brief overview:

In light of the dream experience comic about Natsu, a Dragon Slayer of the rambunctious Fairy Tail entertainer organization and his interesting gathering of companions fighting against no less one of a kind and noteworthy foes. Pixie Tail was distributed in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine, selling more than 60 million duplicates around the world.

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Experience the energizing story

From well known fan-most loved scenes to unique in-game scenes, players can encounter the enchanted universe of Earth Land and battle with Fairy Tail in the elating story!

Play as ground-breaking mages

from various organizations

Take on considerable enemies as Dragon Slayers, summoners, shape shifters, magicians, and other brilliant mages from the top societies of Earth Land!

Develop and extend

the organization together

Complete solicitations, fortify companionships, and redesign the society’s offices to expand the Guild Rank. The higher the position, the all the more testing solicitations are. Battle and win to turn into the #1 organization in the Kingdom of Fiore and past!

Enchantment fights, Fairy Tail style

Employ discharge and ice enchantment, call spirits and weapons, control time, squash matter, utilize the Unison Raid, Dragon Force, Mode Change, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg – characters fight with their distintive capacities from the funnies and anime, loyally reproduced in 3DCG!

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