Last week we were treated to a video of 3DS beat 'em up Code of Princess' tutorial, and while that showed off some moves, newer videos really get into how each character plays. Get a load of four playable characters and all their sweet combos in action after the jump.
Initially announced to feature local multiplayer, a listing on 7-Eleven's e-commerce site has made the 3DS beat 'em up Code of Princess even more enticing. The brawler, which comes from a slew of folks who worked on Treasure's Guardian Heroes, will also feature true online multiplayer. Read on for more!
As if the involvement of artist Kinu Nishimura in Code of Princess wasn't enough, it's now been revealed that the game's staff includes former Treasure developers, which explains the title's surface similarity to Saturn classic Guardian Heroes. Hit the jump for more!
UPDATE: It turns out it was Major Nelson who jumped the gun! According to his Twitter he made a mistake, and Guardian Heroes does not release tomorrow via XBLA. No further details available.
Though we suspected (read: hoped) this would be the case, it's been confirmed that the Xbox Live Arcade release of developer Treasure's classic side-scroller Guardian Heroes will indeed include the original Sega Saturn version of the game.
Guardian Heroes is one of those titles that always comes up whenever anyone mentions developer Treasure's loaded roster of classic games, from Gunstar Heroes (1993) on Sega Genesis to Sin and Punishment: Star Successor (2009) on Nintendo Wii. Originally released for Saturn in 1996, Sega is priming Guardian Heroes for rerelease on Xbox Live Arcade… albeit with a notoriously busted facelift.