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Fantasy Life Arrives in Europe on September 26
Fantasy Life, originally released in Japan in December 2012, will be releasing in North America on October 24 and then almost a month later to Europe.
A new trailer posted by Nintendo shows off the various character classes that players will have the option of selecting in the game.
There are 12 Life Classes in total, with each boasting a new skill set that will have an adverse effect on how you plat the game. The RPG adventure has plenty of collecting and crafting mechanics as well, giving players incentive of exploring and bagging rare materials to craft improved weapons and armors.
More so, players have the option of switching classes whenever they want. This is something that’s not present in any RPG and instead of being stuck with your initial choice, you can now hop between all of the available classes to make your gameplay experience interesting.
Additionally the game has some sim elements as well. You can purchase a house in each town, and “decorate them with furniture your create.”
“Embark on the adventure of your dream life as you craft, cast, fish, mine, battle and explore like never before!” reads the official blurb.
Fantasy Life was originally co-developed for the 3DS by 1-UP Studio and Level-5.