Fairy Fencer F has dungeons to explore, monsters to fight, and experience points to earn like any other RPG. One twist in Fairy Fencer F is you can affect the game’s world by using the Furies (those giant blades) stuck in the ground.
You can use world influence to change dungeon parameters like increasing the amount of experience points you earn or increasing item drops. Not all of the effects are good, though. The world influence system can also decrease the amount of experience you earn and alter battle commands so you can’t use magic. Basically, any effect that can be a positive like doubling damage can apply to enemies or your party.
Looks like Compile Heart added an element of strategy so players maximize each of their dungeon crawls. Fairy Fencer F is slated for release on September 19.