Fat Princess brings the fun of class-based capture-the-flag multiplayer to those of us intimidated by the likes of Team Fortress 2. The design's deceptively welcoming for a 32-person game. A 3rd-person isometric view provides a broad look of the battlefield. The children's book aesthetic makes the aforementioned Valve title cartoon-ish art appear, in comparison, rough and grimy. Even the software itself, downloadable off PSN this summer, will be ideal for quick play sessions, since you can quickly launch it from the console's XMB.
But underneath the hood's a more strategic beast, tailored for the hardcore.