Localized Version Of Chantelise Features Re-tuned Bosses, Re-done Font System

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Chantelise: A Tale of Two Sisters was released yesterday, and Carpe Fulgur have followed up its release with a blog post explaining why the game was delayed by a month from its original date, and what improvements were made to it in the interim.

 

Amongst improvements are a new scaling font that improves the look of the in-game text, full Xinput support that wasn’t in the original Japanese version, and re-tuned bosses for fourth and fifth dungeons in the game. You can read about these — and other information surrounding the delay — at the Carpe Fulgur blog.


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