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Submitted by pressplayAT 872d ago | review

Code of Princess (3DS review) | pressplay

Almost every title from developer Treasure seems to become a legendary cult release. So when a game under the leadership of the former makers of "Guardian Heroes" gets released AND tends towards the same direction as the Saturn classic, one may set his expectations rather high. (Original in german) (3DS, Code of Princess) 3/5

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