RPG Maker Fes Coming West This Summer

19 February 2017
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NIS America is bringing RPG Maker Fes for 3DS to North America and Europe this summer both physically and digital, the company announced at its 2017 press event. It will support English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish text.

Watch the RPG Maker Fes Trailer:

A limited edition is available for pre-order via the NIS America Store for $49.99, and includes a copy of the game, 36-page softcover art book, one-disc original soundtrack, and collector’s box.

Here’s RPG Maker Fes image gallery. Click on any of these image thumbnails to see the full-size screens:

The game, first launched in Japan on November 24, 2016, allows players to make their own RPGs using a wealth of pre-made assets and share them with other users. A free RPG Maker Fes Player application to be released on the Nintendo eShop will allow all users to browse and download the creations of users who own RPG Maker Fes.

Here’s an overview of the game, via NIS America:


Ready to become a game developer? RPG Maker Fes makes it easy to develop any RPG you can imagine with no need for programming knowhow. Simple, but powerful tools let you bring to life the amazing stories in your head. Customize the characters, stories, combat and more to become the next great developer. Then, share your creations and play others with the free RPG Maker Player. What story will you share?

Key Features

RPG-Making Made Easy – Ever had an idea for a great RPG? This is your chance to create it! With powerful, but easy to use tools, any story or world you can imagine comes to life.

Customized Content – Use simple but powerful tools to customize everything in your game from characters, world maps, story sequences, and more.

Play and Share for Free – Anyone who downloads the free RPG Maker Player app can play RPGs created by RPG Maker Fes owners for free. Share the fun with your friends and people all over the world.



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