Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord debut trailer and details

Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord debut trailer

Publisher Compile Heart and developer Sting shared the Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord debut trailer and details, unveiling the recently announced strategy RPG.

Here’s the Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord debut trailer and first details:

Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord debut trailer

Here’s the first details:

Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord

Songs open the door to a new battlefield (Tactics RPG)

The newest title in the “Fairy Fencer F” series is now available as a Tactics RPG. The main characters of the series are all here, and there are also many unique new characters such as “divas,” fencers, and sorceresses.

In this title, “song” is the key to the game, and divas can use special skills to strengthen allies within their range. The game features “Dramatic Resonance,” a system unique to this title, in which the songs of allies and enemies overlap to create a mash-up of songs, allowing players to feel an unprecedented level of excitement.

The area where songs overlap is called the “Resonance Area,” where the effects of the songs are dramatically increased. Players can enjoy strategically crafted battles in which both friend and foe are strengthened in high-risk, high-return situations.

In addition, a new brand “Galapagos RPG evolve” has been launched for the release of this title.

Galapagos RPG”, a brand dedicated to RPGs that has evolved independently, will deliver new games never seen before as “Galapagos RPG evolve” with further evolution.


  • Fang (CV: Ryota Osaka)
    A lazy fencer who is always thinking about eating and slacking off. He is helping his amnesiac partner, Yosei Arin, to regain his memory by collecting furies. She has a foul-mouthed and short-tempered personality, but her blunt words have the power to bring people together.
  • Aline (CV: Rumi Okubo)
    Fang’s partner, Yosei. Although she has amnesia, she is helping Fang to collect furies for the sole purpose of “reviving the goddess” that she remembers. She and Tiara often argue and compete over trivial matters, but they sometimes collude to hunt Fang down.
  • Tiara (CV: Natsuori Ishihara)
    A polite, high-spirited young lady fencer with a polite tone of voice. She tends to feel pleasure when she is cursed and forgets herself. She is eager to revive the goddess, and her past, which she is reluctant to talk about, seems to be involved in her desire. She has the ability to enter and leave the dimensional space where the Goddess and the Evil God are sealed.
  • Fleur (CV: Yui Ishikawa)
    She is a “songstress” whom we met while pursuing Dolpha. She is said to be able to imbue her songs with power and to grant special effects to herself and those around her, such as releasing brainwashing and healing wounds She is a bit naive and sometimes behaves strangely from the outside.
  • Grasse (CV: Yoko Hikasa)
    A mysterious “songstress” who appeared before Fang and her friends. Her songs have the power to brainwash people and manipulate their memories. She is working with Dolpha, but it seems that she is collecting furies for someone called “The Master.


Long ago, people were given knowledge by a goddess and civilization flourished. They built towers that reached to the heavens and perfected weapons that could pierce even the gods.

However, the civilization was soon extinguished due to a conflict between an evil god and a goddess.

Time has passed since then, to the present day.

Fang, a swordsman who wields the “Fury,” a special weapon with a mystical power. Fang, a young man who has become a “Fencer” and wields a special weapon called “Fury,” in which the spirit of the goddess resides.

One day, he meets a girl who saves people with her singing and another girl who brainwashes people with her singing.

They call themselves “divas,” and together with their mysterious powers, Fang’s destiny begins to unfold.

Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord is launching on September 15th in Japan for Switch, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5

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