Level-5 Aiming for Wider Market with Girls RPG

By Az Elias 29.12.2011 4

Level-5 Aiming for Wider Market with Girls RPG on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

Level-5 have announced that they will be launching Girls RPG: Cinderella Life on 8th March in Japan at a slightly lowered price point of 4,980 yen, instead of the originally planned 5,400 yen. The reason for this is because the company wants as many players as possible to pick the game up.


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Based off of the popular mobile phone game Kyabajoppi, also by Level-5, the player experiences life as a girl whose goal is to be the top hostess in Neo Ginza. Playing through a story surrounding an item which brings good fortune to the holder called the "Happy Butterfly," you can customise your girl with over 1,000 dresses, hair styles and other items.

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As in the phone version of the game, cameos of popular anime and manga characters feature, including Inazuma Eleven star Mamoru Endo.

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As a bonus for buying the game, Level-5 is giving away a "Butterfly Charm," based on the Happy Butterfly item from the game. Which colour you receive will be random.

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A trailer was also revealed at the recent Nintendo Direct conference, showing some of the gameplay.


 
Box art for Girls RPG: Cinderella Life
Developer

Level-5

Publisher

Level-5

Genre

Real Time RPG

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1

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Well this is an interesting idea, good to see girls are finally getting some respect & interest in the industry!!

It is not wise to speak on subjects you do not know all facts about, nor is it smart to judge a game based on looks alone. PSN: Nintendo_Gamer 3DS: 4296-3029-7422

Vorash Kadan said:
Well this is an interesting idea, good to see girls are finally getting some respect & interest in the industry!!
I wouldn't exactly call a game full of girl stereotypes girls getting some respect but ok. Smilie

Well this is obviously aimed at the younger teen age range link...& this is from Japan after all so this is about as "Respectful" as they're gonna get for women.

It is not wise to speak on subjects you do not know all facts about, nor is it smart to judge a game based on looks alone. PSN: Nintendo_Gamer 3DS: 4296-3029-7422
Luna (guest) 25.11.2012#4

Vorash Kadan said:
Well this is obviously aimed at the younger teen age range link...& this is from Japan after all so this is about as "Respectful" as they're gonna get for women.

Not sure what you mean by that, as Japan is pretty respectful in general when it comes to people, this is more of a stereotype more than it is" Respectful" as you quote it, though I'll quote your quote below, and hope that you actually follow it next time before attaining to declare such falsified facts, thank you Smilie

FYI I live in japan, just in case you feel the need to take the defensive again Smilie

"It is not wise to speak on subjects you do not know all facts about, nor is it smart to judge a game based on looks alone.

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