If you've been holding off on picking up some of Atlus' Nintendo 3DS offerings in North America, now's your chance to strike while the discount iron is hot. Atlus is offering cheaper downloadable versions of Code of Princess, Soul Hackers, and Etrian Odyssey IV on the 3DS eShop from now until August 31. Details past the jump.
Code of Princess has been a solid sleeper hit ever since its release late last year in the West and now its producer is considering a sequel on next-gen platforms in the Xbox One and PS4, but only if certain conditions are met. Hit the jump for the comments and bonus Solange fan art!
Today's Nintendo eShop update has a couple of notable high points in the form of XSEED Games' 3DS release of Unchained Blades, as well as Atlus' digital version of Code of Princess. Read on for more.
Code of Princess contains the following: princesses, sparkles, magic, a quest to save the kingdom, zombies, ninjas, a ridiculously huge sword and an unusually well-fitted chainmail bikini. But is the game any good, or does it simply coast on nostalgia and fanservice? Check our review after the jump!
You've seen previous trailers. You've seen screenshots and some sexy pics of the box art and included Sound & Visual Book. But you might not have seen the full North American trailer for 3DS beat 'em up Code of Princess, because Atlus just posted it yesterday! Give it a gander past the break.
The North American release of rad-looking 3DS beat 'em up Code of Princess is drawing nearer, so Atlus is now showing off the final boxed package, complete with the Sound & Visual Book, as well as some new screens. As the press release states, THESE PICS ARE INTENDED TO MAKE YOU GET HYPE. See if they do the trick after the jump.
We've seen the co-op mode in motion, so now it's time to focus on versus action in the upcoming Code of Princess. See the pain you'll be dishing out among friends and enemies alike after the jump!
Code of Princess' side-scrolling brawling comes in both single and multiplayer flavors, with the latter offering both local and online cooperative play, in addition to a competitive mode for up to four players. See the co-op mode in action in a new clip after the jump.
As awesome as Code of Princess looks, many were concerned with whether or not it would make its way outside of Japan. Fear not, beat 'em up fans, because the Nintendo 3DS brawler is coming to North America this fall courtesy of Atlus. More past the break!
It's time again for another look at Kinu Nishimura's eye-catching designs in action with the new preview for Nintendo 3DS brawler Code of Princess. The game from the talent behind Guardian Heroes hits April 19. Check it out after the jump.