Take control of Freesia as she protects Lita Forest by beating the living daylights out of enemies invading the forest!
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Very Positive (858 reviews) - 87% of the 858 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Oct 17, 2012

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About This Game

Once upon a time, in a forest called Lita, there lived a fairy whose role it was to protect the trees of the forest from the monsters and humans who would try to steal the spirit stones that provide the forest’s life energy. Her name was Freesia and her kung fu was very, very strong…

Take control of Freesia as she protects Lita Forest by beating the living daylights out of enemies invading the forest!
Use Mana that builds up during battles to learn new skills. As Freesia progresses through the stages, she will pick up many powerful new techniques and abilities. Chain together combos and send enemies flying into other enemies to take out whole groups at a time & cause massive damage!
Beat monsters, human and boss battles and survive long enough to progress to the next day. The more days you survive, the more varied and stronger the enemies will become, and the story of how the humans came to live in harmony with the forest unveils.

Unleash the fairy fists of fury!

Key Features:

  • Beautiful 3D graphics and stunning effects!
  • A huge repertoires of techniques, special moves and magic to obtain and use!
  • Hugely satisfying freestyle combinations, enemy juggling and attack chaining!
  • Fun cast of characters and story!
  • Fully-featured achievements system with 101 awards to achieve!

System Requirements

    • OS:Windows XP
    • Processor:Pentium4 3.0GHz or better
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:VGA compatible with DirectX9 or later and Shader Model 2.0 or later
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:250 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX9(XAudio2) compatible
    • OS:Windows Vista / 7
    • Processor:Pentium4 3.0GHz or better
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:VGA compatible with DirectX9 or later and Shader Model 2.0 or later
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Hard Drive:250 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX9(XAudio2) compatible
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65 of 74 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
6.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 9, 2014
+ Fantastic soundtrack; charming and catchy
+ Solid movement and combat mechanics; very fluid and satisfying
+ Controller support
+ Well-designed and interesting environments

- Update bug; makes it so that starting the game for the first time requires third-party workarounds and is intensely frustrating (may not affect everyone, but by all accounts it appears to be extremely common)
- Barely any mob variety
- Too few arenas

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69 of 83 people (83%) found this review helpful
6.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
A great game to throw yourself on the couch, pick your gamepad and chill while you beat some monsters up.

Combo system is pretty good, allowing you to make devastating combos and amazing juggles, even on bosses! Commands are fluid and there are many different spells to acquire (although you can only equip 4 at a time).

As you kill monsters you'll receive experience which will boost your stats and mana which can be used to buy passive abilities and special moves. You'll level up naturally while playing, there is no need to grind the same level over and over. The game progresses quickly, you won't be spending much time on the same level so you can just drop it and pick it up anytime. However there are ton of steam achievments that can keep you occupied for a long time!

Art is obviously heavily anime inspired, so unless you're into animes you're probably not going to like it very much.

History is very cliched with some anime light-hearted humour, but enjoyable.

Overall this game is pretty fun to play, There is a free demo on Steam, so make sure to check it out before deciding whether to buy or not this game!
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108 of 149 people (72%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 4, 2014
A Story of a Fairy, her Forest and Everyone She Has Ever Punched in the Face
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36 of 37 people (97%) found this review helpful
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 20, 2014
Fairy Bloom Freesia is a game well loved for it's combat mechanics, but other elements also makes me want to recommend this game so much.

I'll start with the combat. It's pretty difficult for me to explain, but it has the gameplay of Action RPG games like Tales of, but much more simplified, which isn't necessarely a bad thing. The only disadvantage to this gameplay is that there are only a few enemies throughout the game which just come back with different color schemes.

You fight as an anime fairy forest girl who is protecting said forest from bad things. There is no exploration though, as you just fight enemy waves with bosses after a select amount. Don't worry though, after every wave you go back to the intermission, where you can equip and upgrade skills, and save so you can take a break from the game. A shout out to Edelweiss for making some really good and interesting boss battles, with the exception of the first boss.

The graphics and music are really appealing, but that might be different according to your taste. Another thing I like is personal, but a big reason why I love this game. It comes in the form of references, though some are incorrect. For example, the main girl is not a reference, but looks and acts like one of my favorite Anime characters ever called Last Order. And lets not forget the achievement which is a direct reference to Madoka Magica, one of my favorite Animes of all time.

This game also has a great replay value. After you have completed the main story, several different modes unlock, with much more challenges than you have faced before in this game.

I might be a little biased when it comes to this game because it had several things that I look forward to in a game. But these are somewhat personal preferences, so I'd advise you to check out the demo first. And if you enjoyed the demo, then you will for sure enjoy the game.
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41 of 52 people (79%) found this review helpful
23.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 19, 2014
Note: I highly recommend not to play this game if you don't own a controller.

I really enjoyed this game. It's a short but fun beat' em up. Graphics aren't the best but the whole combat system is pretty good.
Even though the storyline is short, Freesia is defenitely worth coming back to whenever you're bored and just want to play something casual.

Solid 8/10 imo.
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29 of 32 people (91%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
197.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 12, 2014
This game is simple and fun, if you're looking for a casual action game then, this is for you. I love how every action and skill for this game, the boss was quite challanging and the gameplay was pretty decent. The controls are good, people highly recommand you to play this using a controller but it's not like you really needed it. I played the game using keyboards only and still find it fun. The storyline for this game was quite short, but I wasn't really into the story. There weren't many bugs except that if you update the game, then it just destroy the game for you. The graphic was nice, I like how every skill you cast and has that effect for it. The music for this game was beautiful as well, main menu theme are my favorite so far. So in conclusion, I would say this game is quite fun if you're looking for that anime beat em up game. XD
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114 of 177 people (64%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 2, 2014
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30 of 36 people (83%) found this review helpful
18.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 21, 2014
This game is great. Imagine the endless enemy mode of a Super Smash Bros. game.

Okay, maybe that's not that fun of an experience to think about paying money for but this game shines in the depth of its combat system. Controls are suprisingly similar to Smash Bros. but with lots of room for the customization of your set of "special" moves.

Fairy Bloom Freesia does have its flaws though, a really short story mode with predictable characters and THE TWO (the big one and the small one) enemies being the most noticable. There are challenging boss fights to mix things up from time to time but also annoying protect-the-big-glowing-orb missions thrown in as filler for a game already lacking in any exciting content.

Overall, this is a game to just lose yourself in. A game to put yourself on auto-pilot to and amaze yourself with 999 combos and juggling for dayz.

Note: A couple of the steam achievements are either translated poorly from japanese or bugged to the point where you can actually get them to count. Another mild annoyance.
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343 of 577 people (59%) found this review helpful
395 people found this review funny
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: December 12, 2014

- Cant touch the lolis
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26 of 31 people (84%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 28, 2015
Super Cute Action game !! I like this one! Its a fighter action game that is very cutely animated and has cute Anime feel in looks and sounds.Its kinda set up like a bit of a RPG as you fight you lvl up and gain new skills you can buy and set up.

When you start it up dont update,there is no need ! That was for the japanese version ,so no need and the game works fine without the update + i hear it will make this version not work ;)

If you like cute fighting games give Fairy Bloom Freesia a try !
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3.5 hrs
Posted: October 9
I love this kind of games, so straight beat’em ups. This one even has more story then most, not that it matters. There are some systems that you must master to be able to hold your own against in the latter stages. The learning curve is there, but the basic tech is so solid that only when you’re in a real pinch you’ll discover the value of the other stuff. Because of this, sub sequential play troughs will be easier, just because I’ve learn how to play the game (latter levels will always have so challenge to them).
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0.4 hrs
Posted: October 4
Cute but horribly repetative and shallow beat-em-up.
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1.0 hrs
Posted: October 2
Cannot recommend this game.
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5.3 hrs
Posted: September 22
pretty cute mini game.

it is such easy if you use the defense and small jump skill.

recommanded for those who like fight game.
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0.3 hrs
Posted: August 22
My controller was ♥♥♥♥♥♥ and didn't work with this at first, but once it registered the game it was a pretty fun one
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1.8 hrs
Posted: August 22
Addicting action and flashy combos, this game has both a great soundtrack as well as stunning graphics and gameplay, it's only problem is the story is so short maybe a sequel is in order. A enjoyable beat'em up where a fairy packs both the flare and the heat definitly worth the buy to add to your steam collection.
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8.6 hrs
Posted: August 16
Basically you play an overpowered little girl/fairy/elf on a quest to save your forest by beating up bloobs.
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Wu Ziheng
0.4 hrs
Posted: August 15
A worthless, repetitive slog with very little reward.

Each level consists of a single stage with platforms and you must survive the wave of enemies. After the wave is done you have a chance to level up your character with a variety of skills and buffs. Lather, rinse, repeat. The stages are often used for several waves with intermittent and boring story woven between the combat levels.

Avoid this game like the plague.

Sad thing is, I don't remember buying this and my first thought is I either received this game for free somewhere or it was part of a bundle.
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'Cho 那个菩萨
5.1 hrs
Posted: August 13
The price on this game is a steal.. this is one of the most fun and simple yet still challenging JRPG's you'll come across. The story is decently short, but there's so much to do.
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Dr. Weird
3.2 hrs
Posted: August 1
Fairy Bloom Freesia is a cute but tough brawler that's definitely worth the prices it reaches when it goes on sale or appears in a bundle.

I'll get the bad things out of the way first:
-It's clearly intended to be played with controllers. I didn't have one, so the controls were pretty awkward for me, but it can be done.
-All of those bosses who are clearly designed to be playable characters aren't playable.
-Owing to this, there is no multiplayer.
-Arenas are pretty small.
-There is no going back. You're either strong enough to beat the level you're on or you're not.
-You can't have all of the specials you may want at once.
-Overall game is short.

But on the plus side, the story's cute, the combat has a ton of depth, the game puts up a great challenge, but can be beaten, there are different ways to approach fights, and the achievements all have neat names.
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