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Check out the inner workings of Level-5's Fantasy Life

2:30 PM on 06.13.2014 // Brittany Vincent

Nintendo's Treehouse delivers again

After announcing Level-5's Fantasy Life life-simulation RPG during Nintendo's Treehouse event, the product development team took some time out to stream the game to provide some additional details on how the game works and what its individual professions entail.

Players can select their own profession to live out a life cycle with their chosen job, and there are 12 different ones to choose from: Paladin, Mercenary, Hunter, Wizard, Cook, Angler, Woodcutter, Miner, Blacksmith, Carpenter, Tailor, and Alchemist. Just like the jobs in most MMO, you can switch to a different one at any time, but you can utilize the skills you've learned while filling one position. This should encourage players to take on multiple roles in order to see what all there is to offer.

Fantasy Life sounds like an extremely awesome adventure, and personally I can't wait to take it. What do you think about it since you've had a chance to see it in action?




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Fantasy Life


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  Jul 23

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  Apr 03

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