Shining Force Feather
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|Shining Force Feather|
|System(s): Nintendo DS|
|Supporting companies: Studio Hibari (Animation)|
|Number of players: 1|
|Official in-game languages: |
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According to the official player's guide for the game, a Wii version was planned but ultimately scrapped in favor of the DS version (and also maybe due to Flight-Plan's poor financial situation at the time).
- 1 Story
- 2 Characters
- 3 Gameplay
- 4 History
- 5 Magazine articles
- 6 Artwork
- 7 Promotional material
- 8 Photo gallery
- 9 Physical scans
- 10 Technical information
- 11 External links
- 12 References
3,000 Years ago, a war between the Shining Force warriors and enemy forces known as the Kyomu plunged the world into chaos. That war is remembered primarily in items known as artifacts, which were sealed away after the war. 3,000 years later, a young Treasure Hunter named Jin and his friend Bail discover a hidden ruin where a lost artifact is found and accidentally awaken an android girl named Alfin. A new adventure in search for lost artifacts has just begun.
|The game's main protagonist. He is an orfan treasure hunter.
|Jin's fellow countryman and childhood friend. He is a centaur who prefers action over anything else.
|The humanoid Core Unit of the airship that Jin and Beil found. Her full name is AL‐FiN‐078‐39216.
|An elf girl with a rough and boorish personality.
|A feline-like beastwoman known for been quite strong.
|A magician with an extraordinary interest in the ancient civilization.
|Jin's rival. He may be an easy luck-pusher, but with his bayonet and combat style, his ability is high.
|The animaloide Core Unit of the airship that Rush found. Her full name is PI‐PiN‐113‐46881.
|The daughter of the Asmodian race turned fellow who asked a favor to Jin.
|A minotaur mercenary who worked for Gyaon.
|A female angel who is the wielder of the Grim Reaper.
Note: The game does not supports the system's touch controls.
In the airship
In the battle field
Use the D-Pad to move the character (the movment bar decreases when moving away from the current position and cannot be recovered after an item is used or the attack is done), opens the command menu, enables/disables the free cursor mode, for the battle shortcut (when an enemy is in the character's attack range) or skip the turn (when no enemies are in the character's attack range), cancels, and scrolls the advanced order list or the playable characters (free cursor mode only), changes the zoom and opens the system's menu.
During the attack
During the defense
The game sold 55,537 copies at the end of 2009, according to Famitsu.
- Main article: Shining Force Feather/Magazine articles.
|Sega Retro Average|
|Nintendo DS, JP|
ROM dump status
- Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): Nintendo DS
- Official website on Shining-Force.jp (Japanese)
- Official CM (now on sale version) (Youtube)
- Official PV (Youtube)
- http://sega.jp/ds/sff/ (Wayback Machine: 2009-02-17 03:19)
- Famitsu, "2009-02-27,03-06" (JP; 2009-02-13), page 1
|Shining Force Feather|
Books: Shining Force Feather: The Master Guide (2009) | Shining Force Feather Complete Guide (2009) | Shining Force Feather Visual Settei Shiryoushuu (2009)
Music: Shining Force Feather Soundtrack (2009)
Audiobooks: Drama CD Shining Force Feather (2009)