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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 890d ago | review

Pixelitis Review: Code of Princess

"Chaining combos together in a beautiful masterpiece of death and blood sounds like something straight out of the perfect beat-em up game. The very scantily clad protagonist wielding a very big sword on the cover begs for attention. One glimpse One glimpse and you know you’re in for a “bouncy” adventure.

The lead protagonist is well developed, and I’m not just talking about her chest, but that isn’t enough to save Code of Princess from mediocrity."

- Allain Richard (3DS, Code of Princess) 6/10

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