Princess Crown For the PSP – Official Japanese Site Now Open

The official Japanese site for Princess Crown is now open. At present, there is no media on the site, only pricing and game info, but hopefully we will start seeing more added to this site soon.

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Here is some info on the game:

Princess Crown tells the story of the young Princess Gradriel. Following her mother’s death, she ascends the throne, but quickly grows fed up with the formalities of palace life. She decides to take flight of the castle and tour her kingdom in order to see what plights afflict her people with her own eyes. This leads to an adventure in which Gradriel meets numerous side kicks, travels through time, and fights an evil that threatens to destroy the world.

In addition to a lengthy quest, along with multiple side quests featuring different main characters, Princess Crown was known for its eye-catching 2D visuals and its fighting engine. The fights, while simple, placed Gradriel against screen-filling foes, and were fun to watch, and to play.

The PSP version seems like it’s going to be a close port of the Saturn title. The game will offer wide screen support as well as the ability to play in a framed window. The font has been redone for the PSP version to make the text readable. In addition, Atlus is including a gallery mode featuring sound and illustrations.

You can visit the official site [here].

Check out our previous post on this title here:
Atlus to Produce Princess Crown for PSP in Japan

The official Japanese site for Princess Crown is now open. At present, there is no media on the site, only pricing and game info, but hopefully we will start seeing more added to this site soon.

Princesscrownlogo

Here is some info on the game:

Princess Crown tells the story of the young Princess Gradriel. Following her mother’s death, she ascends the throne, but quickly grows fed up with the formalities of palace life. She decides to take flight of the castle and tour her kingdom in order to see what plights afflict her people with her own eyes. This leads to an adventure in which Gradriel meets numerous side kicks, travels through time, and fights an evil that threatens to destroy the world.

In addition to a lengthy quest, along with multiple side quests featuring different main characters, Princess Crown was known for its eye-catching 2D visuals and its fighting engine. The fights, while simple, placed Gradriel against screen-filling foes, and were fun to watch, and to play.

The PSP version seems like it’s going to be a close port of the Saturn title. The game will offer wide screen support as well as the ability to play in a framed window. The font has been redone for the PSP version to make the text readable. In addition, Atlus is including a gallery mode featuring sound and illustrations.

You can visit the official site [here].

Check out our previous post on this title here:
Atlus to Produce Princess Crown for PSP in Japan

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