We're running a bit late but here they are, the first screenshots of Faery: Legends of Avalon, a new RPG recently announced by Focus Interactive. We've also added today's batch of images so there are no hard feelings on your part.
FOCUS HOME INTERACTIVE AND SPIDERS UNVEIL "FAERY: LEGENDS OF AVALON"
We are very pleased to unveil with exclusive images the new game by Spiders studio: Faery: Legends of Avalon, for PlayStation® Network, Xbox LIVE Arcade and PC download!
Faery: Legends of Avalon is a Role Playing / Adventure game packed with an original and unique atmosphere, and a graphics design close to illustration. The game immerses players in a fantasy world inhabited by many colourful characters and magical creatures.
In Faery: Legends of Avalon, the player plays as an elf or a fairy that will evolve during the story, through numerous quests and epic turn-based battles. Throughout the adventure, the player will customize his avatar thanks to a unique system changing not only the whole look of the character in every detail, but also its spells and special abilities!
The player will recruit various companions during his journey to assist him in his mission, and he will be given the chance to explore mythical places full of magic such as the World Tree, the famous 'Flying Dutchman' ghost ship, and many others, in order to try to understand why the Kingdom of Avalon is dying.
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