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The Princess Guide Will Release on PS4 and Nintendo Switch in Late March

Written by Magnus S on March 4th, 2019.

A new, fast-paced, action-RPG called The Princess Guide will launch for both the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in late March this year. The game takes place in a land of war, where “a new kind of enemy force arises to make things more difficult”. The player, who takes the role of a military instructor and advisor, can choose from four different knight princesses: Liliarte, Head Knight of Alixon, Veronica, Guild Master of the Rusty Magic guild, Monomaria, Fallen Noble of the Yudaria Family, or Alpana, Sage of the Great Kamara Faith, to teach her the art of war. Each of them is from a different kingdom with her own unique story to tell.

The outcome of a battle will depend on the princess’s performance, which is affected by how well she was taught by her guide, i.e. the style of tutelage. It is possible to give orders to the royal apprentice directly on the battlefield. The princess can also be “praised” or “scolded” by the player during conversations and battles “to enhance her abilities on the battlefield”.

The official release dates are set as March 26 for the United States, March 29 for Europe, and April 5 for Australia and New Zealand.

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