Rent Code of Princess for 3DS
view large frontback

Code of Princess

Rent

Start your 1-month FREE Trial!

GF Rating
6.4

214 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
9

Excellent

A fun and addicting RPG

posted by DanNaruto1 (CHANNAHON, IL) Oct 26, 2012

Member since Aug 2010

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Great action, hilarious dialogue, addicting gameplay. This is a true hidden gem. Don't be fooled by the title or the cover, this game is one of those games that people don't expect to be good but turns out to be amazing.

Was this review helpful? Report Abuse

GF Rating
7

Good

Don't worry! It's not what you think!

posted by herpofool (WHITEFISH, MT) Nov 3, 2012

Member since May 2012

4 out of 6 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

The cover and title are terrible marketing ploys, I'll admit it. Nobody would want to control a princess; but I have to be clear here, 'Code of Princess' is a GOOD game, enjoyable by both genders and multiple ages.
One shouldn't weigh the means of trying this game by how the cover looks; they just need an inherent liking or toleration of goofy anime. That's just what this is: a comedic anime with a script that's highly laughable, and charmingly unique characters that turn their respectable character classes on their heads. From the self loving elven bard (or sage) Allegro, the Frankstein zombie necromancer Zozo, and the primary character of the unusually scimpily dressed Princess Solange (seriously, I can't call that a bra); to the hilarious villains of Sergeant Emble and Ergeant Semble, along with the awkwardly hilarious Ninja boss. Voice acting is notably above average; a strangely rare and pleasant surprise.
On the subject of gameplay, make note this is by the company that made such unique games as the Trauma medical series and Catherine; they love experimentation. This is no different: it's a basic 2-D beat-em-up at its core, with added rails that you jump between to give it a more 3-D feel. It's by learning to utilize the various unique mechanics and (as I learned) particularly dodging attacks by jumping to another rail that you trounce the hoards of soldiers and monsters. However, one has to note that, unless you're flexible, this game is HARD! Most boss battles feel almost impossible as you may never get a chance to even attack back. Luckily, one can play through old or bonus stages so as to level grind to the point you can overpower them, and the four different characters you play each have a unique playstyle for all types of players.
This is a very peculiar kind of game, and I'll admit it has flaws; the flaws kept me from completing it. However, it's certainly something to just look at; you'll probably get hooked on its overflowing charm, I assure you.

Was this review helpful? Report Abuse

GF Rating
3

Bad

Boring. Not Cute.

posted by justinetruant (SAN RAFAEL, CA) Feb 27, 2013

Member since Feb 2013

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

Ugh, this game was incredibly boring. Some people call the dialogue funny, I call it stupid. Gameplay was boring. The characters weren't developed beyond being girls in skimpy clothing jumping up-and-down. Weapons and equipment aren't fun. The only thing that I kind of enjoyed were some of the monsters -- they were developed with at least a sliver of creativity. If you really, really, really enjoy beat 'em ups, then you'd probably still only enjoy this as a last resort. The combos weren't even fun.

I really do not recommend this game at all.

Was this review helpful? Report Abuse