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Submitted by GoldenElf 748d ago | review

Review: Code of Princess - Aussie-Gamer.com

Code of Princess is a game designed by an expert team of famous developers with the goal to bring a “hardcore” title to Agatsuma Entertainment’s growing library.
The series started in an unlikely place: before it was a game, it was a collectable statue available in Japan. The statue so happened to be designed by famous Street Fighter character artist, Kinu Nishimura who actually designed an entire world around the statue and was just waiting to unleash her ideas into the world.
The development team also includes designers of the well-loved Sega Saturn title, Guardian Heroes.
Backed up by so much raw talent, does Code of Princess live up to its prestige? (3DS, Code of Princess) 5/5

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