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Submitted by MattS 510d ago | review

Review: Code of Princess | Digitally Downloaded

Digitally Downloaded writes: "Half-baked voice acting aside (and in fairness the small download games on the eShop that this is competing with don’t typically go to that length), this game features nothing that resembles a retail-priced game. For a start, the presentation is cheap and relies on silly character cliches and a lead girl that is literally wearing less material coverage than what is found in underwear to sell copies to teenagers that think they’re being edgy by buying a game for the boobs. Working past the cut scenes and getting into the game itself produces some reasonably cleanly animated sprites, but they are so simple they still don’t look like the belong on the DS, let alone the 3DS." (3DS, Code of Princess) 2.5/5

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