- Platform: PlayStation Vita
- ESRB Rating: Teen
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Xseed Fate Extella The Umbral Star Noble Phantasm Edition PlayStation Vita
- Not just fate extra servants, but characters from fate stay night, fate apocrypha, fate grand order and other fate continuities make their appearances here
- As the original creator of fate stay night and the scenario writer of fate extra, Nasu Kinoko has created a completely new scenario for fate EXTELLA, evolving his highly celebrated universe
- The story is told from the independent perspectives of three heroine servants, augmented by various side stories that help supplement the main storyline
- As the first action game in the fate series, players will finally be able to control a servant and perform various moves, including a powerful form change ability to transform servants
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Style: 'Noble Phantasm' Edition - PlayStation Vita
Fate heads for a new Stage.The famous fate series now strikes a path to a new stage with the newest title, Fate/EXTELLA: TheUmbral star. Many fan-favorite characters, including the ancient heroic spirits (servants) summoned bythe holy grail, make their appearances, with the series being reborn as a high-speed combat-oriented title in which players face off against the enemy and their army in exciting large-scale action scenes. Players can also take some time to enjoy the deep storyline the fate series is known for.
From the manufacturer
- Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star Game
- 7.5×6.3″ hardcover art book featuring over 100 pages of artwork
- Pack of sixteen collectible cards depicting each of the game's Servants
- 24×17″ cloth poster
- All contents housed in a custom box
Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star [Noble Phantasm Edition]
Automaton is a spiritron computer, which exists on the moon and has the power to grant any wish. All across the spiritron-constructed virtual world, SE.RA.PH., Servants and the Masters who control them fight for the right to be the Moon Cell Automaton’s one owner in a ceremonial conflict known as the Holy Grail War.
Now, the Servant Nero Claudius and her Master have won the Holy Grail War and have obtained the universal wishing mechanism, the Holy Grail.
They also obtained the Regalia, a ring that proves their kingship. With it, they rule over their once-enemy Servants and start a new beginning on the moon’s new world.
But a new enemy has appeared before them. And this enemy has something that shouldn’t exist: another Regalia.
-Titles rated T (Teen) have content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older. Titles in this category may contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling, and/or infrequent use of strong language.
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For the game itself, I haven't got into it yet, as I just started, but it's definitely a great game if you like musou games, and are a fan of the Fate series!
The game itself, so far, is alright. Nothing super amazing, but it's made better for those who are fans of the series. It's a Musou game, plain and simple. For those who don't know what that means, it's essentially Dynasty Warriors in the Fate/Extra universe. I did know what I was getting into beforehand, however. The gameplay CAN get stale with playing for long plays at a time, but I quite enjoy it.
"I enjoyed the game very much. I was so into it that I almost lost track of the time. I liked most of the characters and the story. The game also came with all the bonus stuff that came with it. This would be a game that I would recommend to my friends."
For anyone who hasn't played the game and wondering what it's like: Fate/Extella is a single-player, hack-and-slash game with A LOT of Visual Novel elements. You'll be hacking your way through enemies most of the game, but there's a good number of hours of VN segments as well. The only prerequisites you need to immerse yourself in this game is to have a basic understanding of series' universe (Holy Grail War, Masters and Servants, etc.). This can be achieved by either watching some of the Fate anime or having played the visual novels yourself. If you haven't played the prequels (Fate/Extella and CCC), you'll be fine. I didn't play it either and I still enjoyed it.
Oh, and it has quite a lot of sappy romance as well, particularly with the three Main servants. Makes the game surprisingly more pleasant.
Looking forward to Fate/Extella Link!
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