Code of Princess Rated by German Ratings Board

By Az Elias 29.12.2012 3

Code of Princess Rated by German Ratings Board on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

It looks like Agatsuma's side-scrolling beat 'em up slash role-playing game Code of Princess will be arriving in Europe in the near future, as Germany's video game ratings board, the USK, has recently given it a 12 rating.

Back in July, the developers admitted they were working on bringing the game to Europe, but that it was taking some time to close the deal.

Code of Princess has been released in Japan and North America to mostly positive reviews. Expect an official announcement of the Nintendo 3DS game's release date for Europe very soon.

Box art for Code of Princess
Developer

Agatsuma

Publisher

Agatsuma

Genre

Real Time RPG

Players

4

C3 Score

Rated $score out of 10  7/10

Reader Score

Rated $score out of 10  9/10 (2 Votes)

European release date Out now   North America release date Out now   Japan release date Out now   Australian release date Out now   

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I'm intrigued who is handling this. Could it be RSG, like with Virtue's Last Reward? It's about time RSG got back on the Nintendo bandwagon properly, after all...

Adam Riley [ Director :: Cubed3 ]

Agatsuma's listed as publisher in the USK rating info, but that likely won't be the case, will it? I had always thought Ghostlight would be the one to publish it, and thought one of their hints not long ago could have been this game. Could still yet be them, I guess.

( Edited 29.12.2012 03:44 by Azuardo )

Ah yeah, could be Ghostlight...and if it is, let's hope more Atlus-released games make it over, even if only via eShop.

Would be cool if Senran Kagura gets a localisation as well Smilie I always wanted to see what that Capcom sound game was all about as well, plus Konami's Beyond the Labyrinth.

Adam Riley [ Director :: Cubed3 ]

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