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New True Fantasy Live Online Details
09.02.03 - 2:37 AM

During the Game Factory Fukuoka event, Level 5 revealed some more information regarding its Xbox Live MMORPG True Fantasy Live Online. Players will be able to customize their character's face, eyes, eyebrows, nose, mouth as well as hair style and color. The character's stature can be customized by altering body size and weight for instance. Depending on which of the five races (human, elf, dwarf; the remaining two have yet to be announced) you have chosen, the character's stats will vary. There are the following jobs available: warrior, magician, adventurer, chef, blacksmith, bard, alchemist, tailor, carpenter and hunter. If you select the warrior class, you can choose among various subclasses such as fencer. The game will support name input in roman letters as well as hiragana and katakana, however no kanji. If you are leaving your personal room to check out the game's world (the Kingdom of Cleria), the game will take a mere 1.5 seconds to load the environments outside your home sweet home. At the game's outset, you are free to select amoung four starting points within the kingdom. Last but not least, one map will be 1.5 times to twice as large as its counterpart in Square Enix's Final Fantasy XI.

True Fantasy Live Online will be available in Japan sometime later this year, with the beta testing phase beginning after this month's Tokyo Game Show.


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