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Battle Princess of Arcadias, Disgaea 4 and Fairy Fencer headed West in 2014

NIS America will bring three more Japanese games to Europe and North America in 2014, the company announced this week.

Battle Princess of Arcadias, developer Nippon Ichi Software's side-scrolling beat-em-up, is headed to PlayStation 3. While fighting through enemies, players will collect and upgrade materials and weapons and learn new abilities.

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited, Nippon Ichi Software's strategy-based role-playing game, is headed to PlayStation Vita this summer. The "expanded and enhanced" version includes bonus content like new characters, spells, techniques and all of the PS3 version's downloadable content.

Fairy Fencer F, developer Compile Heart's turn-based role-playing game, is headed to PlayStation 3. The game, which features a score by Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu, follows a young protagonist named Fang who pulls an ancient weapon from a stone and becomes a warrior.

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