First Look: Fantasy Life avatars, the city of Kulbulk

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Famitsu.com went live with its online preview of Fantasy Life. The magazine this week confirmed Nobuo Uematsu as composer and Yoshitaka Amano as illustrator, as well as a release date announcement. Here are some more details.

Avatars

Players will be able to create their own custom avatar to live in the world of Fantasy Life, and have the option of customizing their characters’ face, hair, eyes, skin, shape, voice, class, and more.

Boulevard

The main town in Fantasy Life is called Kulbulk. It is a place of relaxation and recreation, where craftsman and artisans gather. The following set of images show of the Boulveard, which is home to the Kulbulk Castle, fashion store, and soldier’s guard post.

Artisan District

The Artisan District is home to the Royal Kulbulk Workshop and a “supicious shop.”

Downtown

Downtown, you’ll find the main square, The House of Fortune, and marketplace.

Nighttime

As in the real world, the concept of day and night exists in Fantasy Life. At night, some shops will close, other shops will open, and the smell of dinner begins to drift throughout the city. You’ll find different events occuring throughout Kulkbulk at night.

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