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I like Fairy Tail and I generally like games that Gust develops, but this game is kind of a middle-of-the-road, budget title.
This game is clearly geared towards fans of the Fairy Tail manga and anime, as the game starts up its plot about 120 episodes into the anime. It does have an in game encyclopedia, but I cannot imagine it would be enjoyable trying to catch up on the plot, references, and call-backs to previous events in the series that way.
The developer, who also made the excellent Atelier series, sort of infuses that series DNA into this game, but without the in-depth crafting system, the very mild RPG turn-based battle mechanics don’t stand on their own.
The game only has a Japanese language track, and despite having decent audio, the animation both in and out of cutscenes is a bit dated, with minimal character model animation or lip-synching.
Overall, the game will probably appeal most to extreme fans of the series, but someone looking for a fun JRPG should explore other options that may be more appealing.
Very basic/generic rpg. Not much to do in terms of replayability. Picks up at the end of one of the series' pivital arcs and ends at another one. The lack of telling the whole story kind of hurts the appeal of this game. Graphics are so so. Fairy tail lovers will enjoy a single playthrough but not sure I would recommend this to most people
Just finished the game. I would have loved this game if it had an English voice track. I just got tired of reading the massive amounts of dialog. I found the combat, questing and graphics to be okay, nothing good nothing bad.