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Submitted by honestgamer 1000d ago | review

Code of Princess Review (HonestGamers)

Jason Venter writes: "The localization is reminiscent of an old Working Designs effort, in that the characters say things that feel surprisingly contemporary and commit to every line with infectious personality. It’s easy to appreciate each of those characters, from the busty heroine, to the shifty young bard, to a disinterested necromancer and a brutish fellow who likes cuddly forest animals. There is enough charisma here to support a properly lengthy RPG, which means that one of the greatest tragedies in Code of Princess is the fact that the writers weren’t given time to more fully explore the themes and story." (3DS, Code of Princess) 6/10

GuruStarr78  +   999d ago
Uggh... I played this game earlier and immediattely returned it... slow and plodding, the game moves like mud and is just boring....

Shame, because I really wanted to like it, too.

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